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Table of Figures

Figure 1: Theoretical framework for land use and translation within GIS analysis

Figure 2: Location of the study area within Calabria (southern Italy) (2a: after Pluciennik 1997, 38, fig. 1; 2b: after Robb 1998, fig. 2)

Figure 3: Environmental niches map of the study area

Figure 4: Relative variety of economic choices within synchronic analysis (after Robb and Van Hove 2003, 247)

Figure 5: Example of synchronic simulation output: farmland, herding space and foraging territory around Penitenzeria (Gregg's optimal farmer model – 62.90% farming, 23% herding, 14.10% foraging; Gregg 1988, 178)

Figure 6: Farmland (a), herding space (b) and foraging territory (c) for Melitò di Porto Salvo, using an economy with 62.9% farming, 23% herding and 14.1% foraging (as based on the optimal farming model by Gregg 1988), through one generation (30 years), for 50 people

Figure 7: Foraging space around Penitenzeria over an accumulated history of 150 iterations (years), using an economy with 15% farming, 15% herding and 70% foraging. Annotated are the potential ways the off-site territory could have been perceived, representing a hypothetical interpretation based on the simulation outcomes

Figure 8: Panorama with annotations taken from on top of the backfill of the Neolithic site of Penitenzeria. Directions N-E-S-W from top to bottom

Figure 9: View to Bova Superiore from the top of the Umbro plateau, with annotations

Figure 10: Southwest view to mountainous areas from the Penitenzeria terrace, with annotations

Figure 11: View to the sea from the Penitenzeria terrace

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