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Anthropozoologica 44 (1)

Published on
06 July 2009


Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World

Edited by ARBUCKLE Benjamin S. et al.

More than thirty years ago, in 1978, the Peabody Museum Press published a volume edited by Meadow and Zeder entitled “Approaches to Faunal Analysis in the Middle East”. This innovative volume presented a wide range of then current approaches in faunal analysis in the Near East and functioned (and still does) as an indispensable ‘reader’ for researchers and students alike. This volume highlighted the diversity of innovative approaches and novel research agendas being implemented by zooarchaeologists in the 1970s. It was with the intent to produce an updated version of this volume that was organized a session entitled “Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case Studies from the Old World” at the Society for American Archaeology annual meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico, April 28, 2006, from which the papers presented in this volume derive.

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en Zooarchaeological contributions to Near Eastern prehistory

Levent ATICI & Cheryl A. MAKAREWICZ

9-11, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (2) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

en Implications of age structures for Epipaleolithic hunting strategies in the western Taurus Mountains, Southwest Turkey

Levent ATICI

13-39, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (2) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

en Hallan Çemi Tepesi: high-ranked game exploitation alongside intensive seed processing at the Epipaleolithic-Neolithic transition in southeastern Turkey

Britt M. STARKOVICH & Mary C. STINER

41-61, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (3) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

en The process of ungulate domestication at Çayönü, southeastern Turkey: a multidisciplinary approach focusing on Bos sp. and Cervus elaphus

Hitomi HONGO et al.

63-78, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (4) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

en Complex caprine harvesting practices and diversified hunting strategies: Integrated animal exploitation systems at Late Pre-Pottery Neolithic B 'Ain Jamman

Cheryl A. MAKAREWICZ

79-101, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (5) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

en Building memories: commemorative deposits at Çatalhöyük

Nerissa RUSSELL et al.

103-129, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (6) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

en The evolution of sheep and goat husbandry in central Anatolia

Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

129-157, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (7) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

en Whose bones are those? Preliminary comparative analysis of fragmented human and animal bones in the "Death Pit" at Domuztepe, a Late Neolithic settlement in southeastern Turkey

Sarah Whitcher KANSA et al.

159-172, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (8) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

en Occupational histories, settlements, and subsistence in western India: what bones and genes can tell us about the origins and spread of pastoralism

Ajita K. PATEL

173-188, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (9) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.

fr Une inscription sur brique d'Enannatum I : un nouveau regard sur les lions gardiens des portes en Mésopotamie full access

Laura BATTINI

189-209, Published on 06 July 2009, art. 44 (10) DOI
This article is a part of the thematic issue Zooarchaeology and the reconstruction of cultural systems: Case studies from the Old World edited by Benjamin S. ARBUCKLE et al.