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The twelfth-century depopulation of large villages in the Mimbres region of the US Southwest has been attributed to a number of causes, including resource stress. This study combines archaeological evidence and models of environmental conditions in…

Guide to the curation of archaeozoological collections : proceedings of the Curation Workshop held at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., in conjunction with the International Council of Archaeozoology Sixth International Conference (shared…

In the report on the cattle remains from Ferry Fryston, Yorkshire, two aspects of particular relevance to methods for studying age at death from cattle teeth were published. Differences in the morphology and size of first and second molars are…

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Publication on the dogs on early medieval cemetaries of Germanic tribes.

Butchering evidences found in skeletons of the rodent Lagostomus maximus (pains vizcacha) coming from archaeological sites of the end of late Holocene (1000 to 600 b.P.) of the Western Edge of Tandilia Range (Buenos Aires Province, Argentina) are…

The publication by A.T. Clason on the wild mammals, fish and cattle from the sites of Padina and Starčevo in Serbia.