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Note:This presentation won 2nd Place in the 2018 Junior Researcher Open Zooarchaeology Prize competition. Session: High-resolution analyses of dental remains: broadening horizons AUTHOR:Natalya Prilepskaya (with N.D. Burova, A.A. Sinitsyn)

Note: This presentation won 1st Place in the 2018 Junior Researcher Open Zooarchaeology Prize competition. Session:Social Networks and Animal Ageing and Sexing Abstract: "There are no livestock species in which as many males are deprived of the…

Note: This presentation won 1st Place in the 2014 Junior Researcher Open Zooarchaeology Prize competition. About the resources: The resources shared here include a series of slides with descriptive text. The 3D pdf shows a horse skull recovered from…

Note: This presentation won 1st Place in the 2014 Junior Researcher Open Zooarchaeology Prize competition. Abstract:Chemical and isotopic analyses of archaeological fish otoliths are increasingly being employed as palaeoenvironmental proxies. While…

Note: This presentation won 1st Place in the 2010 Junior Researcher Open Zooarchaeology Prize competition.

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Zooarchaeologists often want to display data on an idealised animal skeleton, with individual elements or portions coloured…

Abstract: The topic of the paper concern the preliminary results of the identification of ichthyological materials uncovered in the late Mesolithic site at Dabki, related to the Ertebolle societies and the Funel Beaker Culture. About 100 000 fish…

Abstract: The recording of tooth wear is vital to the exploration of age in zooarchaeological assemblages; however, most tooth wear systems currently only apply to mandibular teeth, meaning that information from maxillary teeth and jaws is not…

Abstract: After the extinctions of the last glaciation Sardinia entered the Holocene with a low number of mammalian species that fed mainly on grass and seeds. Carnivorous mammals were entirely absent from the terrestrial fauna Activities…

Abstract: Focus is on the subsistence economy of the Yangshao period in the Wei River Valley, how it developed through time and how it related to changing environmental & social configurations. Research is based on analysis of faunal remains…

Abstract: Remains of one and two-humped camels have occasionally been found in Roman provincial sites throughout the Empire. This poster presents for the first time camel remains identified in Roman deposits in Serbia. The remains originate from…