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Okay, how do you do internal links that have a slightly different name? I tried the vertical line and it did not work. I would like to add links to Coprolites, domestication and other terms. Plus, I have a lot of content in my head that should be added. I will look up current research so that it is not outdated and cite it. Anyway, I hope someone reads this. This is a very exciting subject for me and I could go on and on with it.
- If You are still having problems, put the word You want to link from and the one You want to link to here on the discussion page, and I'll try to put the links into the page.
Kdammers 01:02, 20 March 2007 (UTC)
Direction. I need help with organization. I have it all in my brain and what I do not have, I can find references but it is too much. I think this might be a problem with wiki or open source and free thinking in general. I could write a text book on this subject but I to not think this is appropriate for an encyclopedia. I need direction. Any help would be appreciated.
Julie62 05:43, 11 Jan 2005 (UTC)
I thought the edits made were well done and added to the overall content of the article. It would be interesting to add to the article what specific archaeological sites have benefited from the use of paleoethnobotany. Also, the methods that paleoethnobotany uses to identify remains could probably get its own heading. Melizabethp (talk) 22:46, 20 March 2012 (UTC)
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I have added a section on forms of preservation on plant macro fossils. I intend to make further additions about the history of archaeobotany, identification methods, data analysis and more site examples. --LLodwick 12:24, 20 October 2014 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by LisaLodwick (talk • contribs)