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date: 18 September 2019

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The figures and tables contained in this section supplement Chapter 2, ‘Humans and Mammals in the Upper Palaeolithic of Russia’, by Mietje Germonpré and Mikhail V. Sablin, and Chapter 6, ‘Zooarchaeological Results from Neolithic and Bronze Age Wetland and Dryland Sites in the Central Alpine Foreland: economic, ecologic and taphonomic relevance’ by Jörg Schibler. They are presented here as a separate online resource in order to expand upon and complement the specific arguments of the chapters without sacrificing their conciseness, providing additional information on sites and materials discussed for reference by readers both in print and online. Tables S6.1–3, which present archaeozoological data from Neolithic and Bronze Age sites from across the regions discussed, are further supported by a dedicated bibliography intended to facilitate further research and study.

Keywords: dog, mammoth, Russia, Upper Palaeolithic, wolf, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Switzerland, animal husbandry, environment

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