|Some of the vegetal remains from Ledro at the Museum of Anthropology of Padua|
|Summary table of the non-woody macro remains|
The high presence of dogwood (Cornus Mas L.), of which only a part seems to have been preserved at the Museum (Battaglia wrote of an entire layer composed of these seeds, while those remaining are only a hundred), does suggest its use in a massive way in the food field. One hypothesis, with archaeological and ethongraphic evidence, is that the dogwood was fermented to make a low alcohoolic drink.
|Galls of Quercus sp. L.|