Restes de chiens provenant d'un puits de l'Âge du Fer à Lavello, Potenza (Italie)


fr Anthropozoologica 25-26 - Pages 799-801

Published on 01 June 1998

This article is a part of the thematic issue Proceedings of the 7th ICAZ International Meeting, Constance, September 1994

Dog remains from a ritual well of the Iron Age from Lavello, Potenza (Italy)

The well was excavated near a hypogeum of the Bronze Age and it contained some pottery fragments of a human skull and many animal bones. The remains of some dogs were found, some complete, other ones partially dismembered.


Italy, Iron Age, dogs, rite

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