Approaches to faunal analysis in the Middle East
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 1978 - History - 186 pages
This volume addresses the methodology and application of a faunal analysis, specifically as it pertains to data from the Middle East. Topics include a wide range of approaches to the study of the faunal remains, from the methodology of investigating issus
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analysis animal bones apatite archaeological articular surface assemblages aurochs bactrianus Boessneck breadth calcaneum camel Camelus bactrianus caprines carnivores carpal cattle comparative specimens complete context crystals cultural deer Deh Luran Plain diaphysis distal end distribution domestic animals domestic sheep dorsal Driesch Ecology element environment epiphyseal equid Equus excavation factors faunal remains femur figure findspot Flannery FORMAT fragment Gazella gazelle goat Gromova groups half-asses heavily worn hemionus herd horn core horse humerus identification incisor INDETERMINATE INDT input column input output Iran length lowland mammals mandible measurements medial metacarpal metatarsal Middle East molar morphological Museum Neolithic occipital onager orientation osteological phalanx Phase posterior prehistoric premolar provenience proximal end ramus rodent sample scapula shaft Shahr-i Sokhta skeletal skull species subgutturosa Table teeth Tierknochenfunde tion tooth trabecular thickness transhumants ulna Umm Dabaghiyah VARIABLE vertebra Vulpes width wild and domestic wild sheep zooarchaeology