One of the contents of this study is that various wild plants have been used since Neolithic times, and the use of wild plants seems to continue throughout history. For example, at the earliest time in the relics that were the subject of this study, m ...
One of the contents of this study is that various wild plants have been used since Neolithic times, and the use of wild plants seems to continue throughout history. For example, at the earliest time in the relics that were the subject of this study, more than eight species of wild plant seeds were identified in the Gwangju Hwajeon site. In addition, some seed and large plant fluids that are believed to be wetted herbaceous plants were detected. Although the relics are relatively untouched by the academic community, the use of wild plants found in the ruins suggests that the Neolithic era will have many implications.
By the time of the historical period, wild plants have continued to be found, although the frequency of their occurrence is decreasing. One of the characteristics seen in the transitional changes is the pronounced increase in plants with the character of corrosion. Included here are soybeans, beans and beans, perilla, peaches, and so on. Because these plants are not the main source of carbohydrates or calories, they are not in the so-called stock category. However, they play important roles in dietary life as well as in ceremonies, rituals, and festivals.
Another noteworthy point is that the use of nuts has continued not only in the historical period but also in some areas, its importance is increasing. In addition to the Neolithic period remains such as the Mars bongdam, many carbides of oak or chestnut were found in the Bronze Age and the Third World. As we all know, nuts such as acorns are known to be stocks of the Neolithic age, and it is natural that many carbides of this plant are found in the Neolithic ruins. However, this phenomenon continues in the Bronze Age. In addition, the amount of nuts found in some historical relics is considerable. This point needs to be considered in further detail in the future.