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Changes in lifestyle in ancient Rome (Italy) across the Iron Age/Roman transition: the evidence from animal remains  

Jacopo De Grossi Mazzorin and Claudia Minniti

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Mar 2017
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As concerns the continuing debate over the impact of Roman conquest in the world, Rome represents a very interesting case study as it represented the core of the Roman Empire and the ... More

Fishing, wildfowling, and marine mammal exploitation in northern Scotland from prehistory to Early Modern times  

Dale Serjeantson

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Fishing, seabird fowling, and the exploitation of marine mammals persisted in settlements around the coast and islands of western and northern Scotland from prehistoric times until the ... More

Mesolithic hunting and fishing in the coastal and terrestrial environments of the eastern Baltic  

Lembi Lõugas

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This chapter presents evidence of hunting and fishing in the Mesolithic period from the eastern Baltic region. During that time, these activities were the most important means of ... More

Sheep, sacrifices, and symbols: animals in Later Bronze Age Greece  

Paul Halstead and Valasia Isaakidou

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Mar 2017
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Images, texts, and bones shed light on the place of animals in the later Bronze Age societies of southern Greece. Iconography offers an idealized vision of encounters with dangerous, ... More

Zooarchaeological evidence for Muslim improvement of sheep (Ovis aries) in Portugal  

Simon J. M. Davis

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During the ‘Arab Green Revolution’, Moslems introduced new irrigation techniques and new plants like sugar cane, rice, cotton, spinach, bananas, pomegranates, and citrus trees to southern ... More

Zooarchaeological results from Neolithic and Bronze Age wetland and dryland sites in the Central Alpine Foreland: economic, ecologic, and taphonomic relevance  

Jörg Schibler

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A small but very diverse structured landscape, a high degree of preservation of archaeological findings and structures because of waterlogged conditions, and very precise ... More

Zooarchaeology in the Carpathian Basin and adjacent areas  

László Bartosiewicz

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The Carpathian Basin, situated between the Alps, the Carpathians, and the Dinaric Alps, has been a geographically and culturally diverse area throughout its history. Research intensity in ... More

The zooarchaeology of complexity and specialization during the Upper Palaeolithic in Western Europe: changing diversity and evenness  

Katherine Boyle

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Over the last twenty years attempts have been made to determine the nature of Upper Palaeolithic hunting specialization. This chapter traces assemblage structural ‘specialization’, where ... More

Zooarchaeology of the Scandinavian settlements in Iceland and Greenland: diverging pathways  

Konrad Smiarowski, Ramona Harrison, Seth Brewington, Megan Hicks, Frank J. Feeley, Céline Dupont-Hébert, Brenda Prehal, George Hambrecht, James Woollett, and Thomas H. McGovern

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The Scandinavian Viking Age and Medieval settlements of Iceland and Greenland have been subject to zooarchaeological research for over a century, and have come to represent two classic ... More

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