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Anthropozoologica 49 (2)

Published on
26 December 2014


Ancient camelids in the old world - between Arabia and Europe

Edited by

Marjan MASHKOUR & Mark BEECH



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.

161-162

en fr Foreword by the scientific editor Ancient Camelids in the Old World - Between Arabia and Europe

MASHKOUR Marjan & BEECH Mark

163-166

en The Camel today: assets and potentials

FAYE Bernard

167-176

en Camels, donkeys and caravan trade: an emerging context from Baraqish, ancient Yathill (Wadi al-Jawf, Yemen)

FEDELE Francesco G.

177-194

en Camels in Saudi oasis during the last two millennia; the examples of Dûmat al-Jandal (Al-Jawf Province) and al-Yamâma (Riyadh province)

MONCHOT Hervé

195-206

en The camel remains from site HD-6 (Ra’s al-Hadd, Sultanate of Oman): an opportunity for a critical review of dromedary findings in eastern Arabia

CURCI Antonio et al.

207-224

en The history of the camel bone dating project

GRIGSON Caroline

225-235

en Caravans, camel wrestling and cowrie shells: towards a social zooarchaeology of camel hybridization in Anatolia and adjacent regions

ÇAKIRLAR Canan & BERTHON Rémi

237-252

en Camels in Romania

BĂLĂȘESCU Adrian

253-264

en Recent camel finds from Hungary

DARÓCZI-SZABÓ László et al.

265-280

en Camels from Roman imperial sites in Serbia

VUKOVIĆ-BOGDANOVIĆ Sonja & BLAŽIĆ Svetlana

281-295

en Camels in the front line

BARTOSIEWICZ László

297-302

fr La chasse/pêche aux batraciens : aux origines de la vie des populations du bassin du lac Tchad ? (L’exemple du Diamaré, Cameroun)

SEIGNOBOS Christian

305-325