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Animals in urban life in Medieval to Early Modern England  

Terry O'Connor

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
Animals formed an essential part of urban life in England from Medieval times onwards, economically, socially, and ecologically. As livestock, they provided meat and other carcass ... More

Health and Well-Being: The Contribution of the Study of Human Remains to Understanding the Late Medieval Period in Britain  

Charlotte Roberts, Jelena Bekvalac, and Rebecca C. Redfern

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Jan 2018
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Feb 2018
This chapter outlines the contributions bioarchaeology has made to understanding health and well-being in the late medieval period in Britain. Some of the history of the study of medieval ... More

The zooarchaeology of Medieval Ireland  

Finbar McCormick and Emily Murray

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Mar 2017
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Apr 2017
This paper presents an overview of the main trends in animal exploitation in the Medieval period in Ireland as revealed by the zooarchaeological data. Cattle dominated the farming economy ... More

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