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Anthropozoologica

Anthropozoologica is a fast-track and peer-reviewed journal. Established in 1984, it aims to stimulate exchanges of research results and ideas among scientists studying the relationship between man and animal, from the origins up to modern times. It aims to promote the study of these relationships viewed as strong expressions of the history of cultures and societies in their natural environments. It publishes original articles, in French and English, from all disciplines dealing with this topic, particularly multidisciplinary reviews, as well as book reviews.

Anthropozoologica is published with the helps of the Centre national de la recherche scientifique. All articles published in Anthropozoologica are compliant with the different nomenclatural codes. A copyright assignment will be signed by the authors before publication.

Anthropozoologica is a diamond open access journal, free of charges for both the author and the reader and accessible here as soon as published. Anthropozoologica is distributed electronically by BioOne®, which provides its archiving in Portico and LOCKSS.

Printed issues are still available using the formular on the right of this page.



en Monstrosities from the Sea. Taxonomy and tradition in Conrad Gessner’s (1516-1565) discussion of cetaceans and sea-monsters

Sophia HENDRIKX

125-137, Published on 03 August 2018, art. 53 (11) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Animaux aquatiques et monstres des mers septentrionales (imaginer, connaître, exploiter, de l’Antiquité à 1600) edited by Catherine JACQUEMARD et al.

fr Delfines nec non et ballenae… Les cétacés de l’Atlantique nord au haut Moyen Âge : représentation, identification et consommation

Fabrice GUIZARD

115-123, Published on 13 July 2018, art. 53 (10) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Animaux aquatiques et monstres des mers septentrionales (imaginer, connaître, exploiter, de l’Antiquité à 1600) edited by Catherine JACQUEMARD et al.

fr Le poisson-cyclope d’Alexandre Neckam (De naturis rerum II, 24) : entre vérité zoo­logique et réminiscences virgiliennes

Olga VASSILIEVA-CODOGNET

107-114, Published on 22 June 2018, art. 53 (9) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Animaux aquatiques et monstres des mers septentrionales (imaginer, connaître, exploiter, de l’Antiquité à 1600) edited by Catherine JACQUEMARD et al.

Thematic issues

Editorial office

Desk editor: Emmanuelle Rocklin
Editor in chief: Joséphine Lesur
Editor: Christine Lefèvre
Editor for the Scientific news: Rémi Berthon

Scientific board

Cornelia Becker (Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Allemagne)
Liliane Bodson (Université de Liège, Liège, Belgique)
Louis Chaix (Muséum d'Histoire naturelle,Genève, Suisse)
Jean-Pierre Digard (CNRS, Ivry-sur-Seine, France)
Carole Ferret (Laboratoire d'anthropologie sociale, Paris, France)
Giacomo Giacobini (Università di Torino, Turin, Italie)
Véronique Laroulandie (CNRS, Université Bordeaux 1, France)
Marco Masseti (University of Florence, Italie)
Georges Métailié (Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France)
Diego Moreno (Università di Genova, Gènes, Italie)
François Moutou (Boulogne-Billancourt, France)
Marcel Otte (Université de Liège, Liège, Belgique)
Joris Peters (Universität München, Munich, Allemagne)
François Poplin (Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France)
Jean Trinquier (École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France)
Baudouin Van den Abeele (Université libre de Louvain, Louvain, Belgique)
Noëlie Vialles (CNRS, Collège de France, Paris, France)
Denis Vialou (Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France)
Jean-Denis Vigne (Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, France)
Arnaud Zucker (Université de Nice, Nice, France)

Contact
Anthropozoologica
Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle,
USM 303, Archéozoologie, archéobotanique : sociétés, pratiques et environnements (UMR 7209 CNRS/Muséum)
Département Écologie et Gestion de la Biodiversité Bâtiment d'Anatomie comparée,
case postale 56, 57 rue Cuvier,
F-75231 Paris
anthropo@mnhn.fr