Ehud Weiss
Ehud Weiss
Professor of Archaeobotany, Bar-Ilan University
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TitleCited byYear
Domestication of Plants in the Old World: The origin and spread of domesticated plants in Southwest Asia, Europe, and the Mediterranean Basin
D Zohary, M Hopf, E Weiss
Oxford University Press on Demand, 2012
Processing of wild cereal grains in the Upper Palaeolithic revealed by starch grain analysis
DR Piperno, E Weiss, I Holst, D Nadel
Nature 430 (7000), 670, 2004
The Broad Spectrum Revisited: Evidence from Plant Remains
E Weiss, W Wetterstrom, D Nadel, O Bar-Yosef
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101, 26, 2004
Autonomous cultivation before domestication
E Weiss, ME Kislev, A Hartmann
Science 312 (5780), 1608-1610, 2006
Stone Age hut in Israel yields world's oldest evidence of bedding
D Nadel, E Weiss, O Simchoni, A Tsatskin, A Danin, M Kislev
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (17), 6821-6826, 2004
The Neolithic Southwest Asian founder crops: their biology and archaeobotany
E Weiss, D Zohary
Current Anthropology 52 (S4), S237-S254, 2011
The Origin of Cultivation and Proto-Weeds, Long Before Neolithic Farming
A Snir, D Nadel, I Groman-Yaroslavski, Y Melamed, M Sternberg, ...
PLOS One, 0
Plant-food preparation area on an Upper Paleolithic brush hut floor at Ohalo II, Israel
E Weiss, ME Kislev, O Simchoni, D Nadel, H Tschauner
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2400-2414, 2008
Judah, Philistia, and the Mediterranean World: reconstructing the economic system of the seventh century BCE
A Faust, E Weiss
Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 338 (1), 71-92, 2005
Small-grained wild grasses as staple food at the 23 000-year-old site of Ohalo II, Israel
E Weiss, ME Kislev, O Simchoni, D Nadel
Economic Botany 58 (1), S125-S134, 2004
Impetus for sowing and the beginning of agriculture: ground collecting of wild cereals
ME Kislev, E Weiss, A Hartmann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (9), 2692-2695, 2004
Genomic analysis of 6,000-year-old cultivated grain illuminates the domestication history of barley
M Mascher, VJ Schuenemann, U Davidovich, N Marom, A Himmelbach, ...
Nature Genetics 48 (9), 1089, 2016
Ohalo II: a 23,000 year-old fisher-hunter-gatherers' camp on the shore of the Sea of Galilee
D Nadel
Reuben and Edith Hecth Museum, University of Haifa, 2002
New evidence for the processing of wild cereal grains at Ohalo II, a 23 000-year-old campsite on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, Israel
D Nadel, DR Piperno, I Holst, A Snir, E Weiss
Antiquity 86 (334), 990-1003, 2012
Plant remains as indicators for economic activity: a case study from Iron Age Ashkelon
E Weiss, ME Kislev
Journal of Archaeological Science 31 (1), 1-13, 2004
Plant-food preparation on two consecutive floors at Upper Paleolithic Ohalo II, Israel
A Snir, D Nadel, E Weiss
Journal of Archaeological Science 53, 61-71, 2015
“Holy Garbage”: a quantitative study of the city-dump of Early Roman Jerusalem
G Bar-Oz, R Bouchnik, E Weiss, L Weissbrod, DE Bar-Yosef Mayer, ...
Levant 39 (1), 1-12, 2007
The Upper Paleolithic of Manot Cave, western Galilee, Israel: The 2011-12 excavations
O Marder, B Alex, A Ayalon, M Bar-Matthews, G Bar-Oz, ...
Antiquity 87 (337), 1-7, 2013
Reconstruction of the landscape, human economy, and hut use according to seeds and fruit remains from Ohalo II
ME Kislev, O Simchoni, E Weiss
Ohalo II, a 23, 21-23, 2002
Palaeoenvironment and anthropogenic activity in the southeastern Mediterranean since the mid-Holocene: the case of Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel
O Ackermann, N Greenbaum, H Bruins, N Porat, M Bar-Matthews, ...
Quaternary International 328, 226-243, 2014
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