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The common use by archaeologists of ubiquitous technologies such as computers and digital cameras means that archaeological research projects now produce huge amounts of diverse, digital documentation. However, while the technology is available to…

The Postgraduate Zooarchaeology Forum conference will be hosted by the Division of Archaeological Geographical and Environmental Sciences, University of Bradford on Saturday 19th February 2011.

The Postgraduate Zooarchaeology Forum conference is…

This issue of The SAA Archaeological Record contains papers presented in the session "Archaeozoology in a Digital World" at the ICAZ International Conference in Paris, France (August 2010). The issue is co-edited by Sarah Whitcher Kansa and Iain…

Since the publication of: Baxter, I.L. 2008. Chapter 15. The mammal, bird and amphibian bones. In: Ratkai, S. (ed). The Bull Ring Uncovered: Excavations at Edgbaston Street, Moor Street, Park Street and the Row, Birmingham City Centre, 1997-2001.…

Abstract: In order to improve the zooarchaeological work in Asia, we need to review its past. The contribution to the researches in this large area shows that although the work started mainly in the late period of the 20th Century, the major…

Abstract: During the last 30 years, many animal bones assemblages from towns have been examined. This paper reviews whether, and in what ways, these studies have contributed to our understanding of urban archaeology and whether zooarchaeological…

Colleagues,

A zooarchaeologist colleague, Lisa Dugas, is putting together a proposal for a new Zooarchaeology and Bone Technology Interest Group (ZBTIG) for the Society for American Archaeology. She is soliciting signatures from colleagues who are…

Abstract: The efficient management of data is a critical component of accurate zooarchaeological analysis, and the ability to manage databases and normalize data have long been considered essential skills for zooarchaeologists. As relational…