Remains of pigs from Bronze Age graves of Armenia


en Anthropozoologica 25-26 - Pages 145-147

Published on 01 June 1998

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

This paper presents the results of a morphological analysis of skulls of subfossil pigs from Bronze Age burials in Armenia. The study has revealed that the skulls are of domesticated pigs. These skulls are unique for the chronological period and are very similar in general form to Sus scrofa attila Th.


Pigs, Armenia, Bronze Age, wild, domestic.

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