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Anthropozoologica 48 (2)

Published on
27 December 2013


Animals in Funerary space

Edited by

Rose-Marie ARBOGAST & Sébastien LEPETZ



 This issue of Anthropozoologica is one of the volumes of the proceedings of the 11th meeting of the International Council of Archaeozoology (ICAZ), which was held in Paris (France) 23rd-28th August 2010. ICAZ was founded in the early 1970s and ever since has acted as the main international  rganisation for the study of animal remains from archaeological sites. The International conferences of ICAZ are held every four years, with the Paris meeting – the largest ever – following those in Budapest (Hungary, 1971), Groningen (the Netherlands, 1974), Szczecin (Poland, 1978), London (England, 1982), Bordeaux (France, 1986), Washington D.C. (USA, 1990), Constance (Germany, 1994), Victoria (Canada, 1998), Durham (England, 2002) and Mexico City (Mexico, 2006). The next meeting will be held in Argentina in 2014. The Paris conference – attended by some 720 delegates from 56 countries – was organised as one general and thirty thematic sessions, which attracted, in addition to archaeozoologists, scholars from related disciplines such as bone chemistry, genetics, morphometrics, anthropology, archaeobotany and mainstream archaeology. This conference was also marked by the involvement in the international archaeozoological community of increasing numbers of individuals from numerous countries of Latin America and of South and East Asia.

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en fr Preface

VIGNE Jean-Denis et al.

185-186

en fr Foreword by the scientific editors

ARBOGAST Rose-Marie & LEPETZ Sébastien

187-188

en Powerful birds. The Eurasian jay (Garrulus glandarius) and the osprey (Pandion haliaetus) in hunter-gatherer burials at Zvejnieki, northern Latvia and Yuzhniy Oleniy Ostrov, northwestern Russia

MANNERMAA Kristiina

190-205

fr Les objets de parure associés au dépôt funéraire mésolithique de Große Ofnet : implications pour la compréhension de l’organisation sociale des dernières sociétés de chasseurs-cueilleurs du Jura Souabe

RIGAUD Solange

207-230

en Animals in Mesolithic Burials in Europe

GRÜNBERG Judith M.

231-253

en Food offerings in graves from the Danubian Neolithic (5500-4900 B.C.) in the upper Rhine valley

ARBOGAST Rose-Marie

255-261

en Animal limbs in funerary contexts in southern Portugal and the question of segmentation

VALERA António Carlos & COSTA Cláudia

263-275

en More questions than answers: the singular animal deposits from Camino de Las Yeseras (Chalcolithic, Madrid, Spain)

LIESAU Corina et al.

277-286

en Pan-grave faunal practices – Ritual deposits at five cemeteries in Lower Nubia

BANGSGAARD Pernille

287-297

en Man's best friend for eternity: dog and human burials in ancient Egypt

IKRAM Salima

299-307

en Horse sacrifice in a Pazyryk culture kurgan: the princely tomb of Berel’(Kazakhstan). Selection criteria and slaughter procedures

LEPETZ Sébastien

309-322

en Knucklebones and other animal deposits in the “Cruz del Negro” necropolis: Possible Phoenician funerary rituals in SW Spain?

BERNÁLDEZ-SÁNCHEZ Eloísa et al.

323-340

en The food of the dead: alimentary offerings in the Etruscan-Celtic necropolis of Monterenzio Vecchio (Bologna, Italy)

MAINI Elena & CURCI Antonio

341-354

en The role of birds as grave gifts in richly furnished Roman Iron Age inhumation graves c. 1-375 AD, eastern Denmark

GOTFREDSEN Anne Birgitte

355-370

en Ancient use of the knuckle-bone for rituals and gaming piece

DE GROSSI MAZZORIN Jacopo & MINNITI Claudia

371-380

en Animals in funerary space: Ethnic, social and functional aspects in Roman Switzerland

DESCHLER-ERB Sabine

381-390

en Roman graves and rural rubbish. Animal remains from the Roman cemetery of Halbturn, Austria

KUNST Günther Karl & DONEUS Nives

391-408

fr Les restes animaux en contexte funéraire dans l’Alsace du premier Moyen Âge et ses marges géographiques

PUTELAT Olivier

409-445

en Dog burials associated with Human burials in the West Indies during the early pre-Columbian Ceramic Age (500 BC-600 AD)

GROUARD Sandrine et al.

447-465

en Animal Management, preparation and sacrifice: reconstructing burial 6 at the Moon Pyramid, Teotihuacan, México

SUGIYAMA Nawa et al.

467-485

sp Amphisbaenids or “two-headed snakes” funerary deposits in the Uhle Platform, Huacas de Moche, Peru

GOEPFERT Nicolas et al.

487-505