Mihaela Golea

Mihaela Golea
Romanian Academy · Bioarheologie

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Introduction
I am an archaeobotanist and currently working at the Archaeology Institute ”Vasile Pârvan” , Bucarest. My research is based on Ethnobotany, Archaeology, Agriculture. My background is Balkan prehistory.

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Publications (9)
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Our study offers a fresh insight into the Starčevo-Criș pottery from Schela Cladovei based on the application of computed tomography (CT) used to obtain cross-section images of both archaeological and experimental vessels. The pottery experiments were conducted in the summer of 2019 at Schela Cladovei (Romania), while the CT scans were performed at...
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The tell settlement from “Măgura Gumelnița” is the eponymous site of the Eneolithic civilization with the same name. It is probably the most significant tell settlement north of the Danube, and it belonged to the Kodjadermen ‐ Gumelnița ‐ Karanovo VI cultural complex that occupied the Balkan area in the second half of 5th millennium BC. During 2018...
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The tell settlement from “Măgura Gumelnița” is the eponymous site of the Eneolithic civilization with the same name. It is probably the biggest tell settlement North of the Danube, and it belonged to the Kodjadermen ‐ Gumelnița ‐ Karanovo VI civilization that occupied in the Balkan area in the second half of 5th millennium BC. In 2017, a complex in...
Poster
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The latest studies of archaeobotany remains from Sultana-Malu Roșu tell settlement are depicting a community connected with it’s environment. Using native plants from Chenopodium album (Fat Hen) to Lithospermum arvense (Field Gromwell), one can develop an image of life six and a half millennia ago. Sultana-Malu Roșu is a tell settlement from Călăra...
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The new discoveries from the Eneolithic site of Sultana-Malu Roșu made possible to obtaining new data about vegetal species used by prehistoric communities from here, but also to understand the paleoenvironment. By using and studying the plant remains from House no. 2 and House no. 5, we could identified the species as Chenopodium album (fat hen),...
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The new discoveries from the Eneolithic site of Sultana-Malu Roșu made possible to obtaining new data about vegetal species used by prehistoric communities from here, but also to understand the paleoenvironment. By using and studying the plant remains from House no. 2 and House no. 5, we could identified the species as Chenopodium album (fat hen),...
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The new discoveries from the Eneolithic site of Sultana-Malu Roșu made possible to obtaining new data about vegetal species used by prehistoric communities from here, but also to understand the paleoenvironment. By using and studying the plant remains from House no. 2 and House no. 5, we could identified the species as Chenopodium album (fat hen),...

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The Gumelnița site (known as “Măgura Gumelnița” or “Măgura Calomfirescu”) is probably the biggest tell settlement north of the Danube, and it belonged to the Kodjadermen‐Gumelnita‐Karanovo VI civilization that occupied the Balkan area in the second half of 5th millennium BC. The site is located in the northern area of the Balkan region, in the Southeast of Romania, on the left bank of Danube River. The purpose of this project is to contribute to the advancement of knowledge of the diets and economics of prehistoric populations, specifically the population of Gumelnița by means of stable isotopes (d13C, d15N, d2H, d18O).
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The current project represents an original inter-, pluri-, multi-, and transdisciplinary approach of the Domain 6 problematics – Cultural identity and heritage. Through its structure and management, the goals put forth by the component projects, its synergies and complementarities, the project has, undoubtedly, a high degree of accomplishment, being a complex, integrative and exhaustive approach for Romania. Its results will have a great deal of impact within both national and international scientific communities and the general audience, contributing through the anticipated activities to strengthening, developing and perfecting the CDI system in our country, as well as, to the professional formation of the future Romanian researchers. Projects final goal is to provide a complex multidisciplinary inter-institutional platform for integrative and systematic research of the identities and tangible and non-tangible cultural heritage in Romania. The Consortium that will implement this complex project is coordinated by the University of Bucharest (CO-UB), in joint partnership with the Institute of Archaeology “Vasile Pîrvan” of the Romanian Academy (P1-IAB), National Research-Development Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering” Horai Hulubei” (P2-IFIN-HH), University” Al. I. Cuza” Iași (P3-UAIC), West University Timișoara (P4-UVT), National Institute of Materials Physics (P5-INCDFM), National Institute for Research and Development in Informatics – ICI Bucrești (P6-ICI), University ”Ovidius” Constanța (P7-UOC) and University of Oradea (P8-UO). The geographical distribution Romanian wise ensures, without a doubt, a good regional representation of the juridical entities extant in the consortium. This partnership between 5 universities and 3 national research institutes signifies an ideal combination for the sustainability and the implementation of such a complex project.
Archived project
Project type: JOINT APPLIED RESEARCH PROJECTS Project Director: Dr. CATALIN ALEXANDRU LAZAR Coordinating Institution: NATIONAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF ROMANIA Partners: UNIVERSITY OF BUCHAREST & SC S&S PROIECTARE SRL Funding Authority: UEFISCDI - EXECUTIVE UNIT FOR FINANCING HIGHER EDUCATION, THE RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION More info: http://www.mnir.ro/index.php/echoes-of-the-past-reflected-in-the-present/