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Abstract: Many methods of recording and quantification are currently employed in vertebrate faunal analysis. These systems have developed over the last century in response to a diversity of research objectives and challenges, and as a result,…

Abstract: The site of Aszód lies in the central part of Hungary, on the eastern side of the Danube. In the neolithic times, the river acted as a border between the two parts of the country. The site gains importance, because though it is…

Abstract: In recent years, anthropological and archaeological research have demonstrated the ways in which patterns of food preparation and consumption reflect upon multiple, often intersecting aspects of past communities, including group…

Abstract: The result of 6100 years BP (calibrated date) obtained in two samples confirms that the Sambaqui Geribá II is one of the oldest sites on the Brazilian coast. Common points were identified between the formation and the content of…

Abstract: Dans ce travail nous présentons les résultats de l’étude zooarchéologique et taphonomique réalisée sur un échantillon d’environ 55.000 vestiges osseuses de Riparo Mochi (Balzi…

Abstract: Tools made from osseous materials have been used throughout the world in contemporary, historic and ethno-historic communities, and constitute a major class of archaeological artifacts. In the course of dissertation research on bone and…

Abstract: Small vertebrate remains found in archaeological context can provide important information on the evolution of biodiversity and palaeoenvironments of a precise geographical region, as well as on the origin and the history of the…

Abstract: During reconstruction works square markets of two cities, Wrocław and Kraków, numerous animal bones were collected. They were found in medieval sediments before and after foundation of Wrocław (1241) and Kraków (1257);…

Abstract: The felid mandible fragment found in a EBA III level in the Arslantepe archaeological site (Malatya, Turkey), could be interesting not only from a zoological point of view but in a cultural context, as well not to mention its possible…

Abstract: Due to the waterlogged archaeological sediments, organic remains in Neolithic lakeshore settlements are very well preserved. Dendrochronological analysis allows precise dating of residential structures as well as the reconstruction of…