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Abstract: Although camelids (llamas and alpacas) were extremely important in every facet of prehispanic Andean economies, very little is known about how these animals were managed. This paper reconstructs camelid management practices and aspects of…

Abstract: Zooarchaeological techniques are used to reconstruct a variety of human behaviors, from hominid hunting practices millions of years ago, to Neolithic religious practices, to study of differential status in historic cities and towns. …

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

Abstract: BoneCommons was launched at the last ICAZ meeting, in Mexico City in 2006 as a place on the web for zooarchaeologists worldwide to communicate and share their work. In 2010, the site was “remodeled” in order to extend its…

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

Abstract: The discovery of America opened new commercial routes and offered to European courts an unique opportunity to acquire new and strange animals. Neotropical animals started to be imported from the early time after discovery together with…

This publication is an atlas to identify foetal postcranial skeleton elements of the main domestic mammals.

This is an archived version of the live 'Demographcis in Zooarchaeology Survey' which was hosted on Google forms from January-March 2014. Questions 1-14 were first published and summarized by Diane Gifford Gonzalez in 1993 and 1994 (Gifford-Gonzalez,…

Abstract: Scholars increasingly rely on digital formats for their research, from data collection to analysis and presentation. While sharing PDFs of published syntheses has become common practice, researchers tend not to share the raw data…