The Archaeology of Animal Bones by Terry P. O'Connor
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Sydney: Sydney University Press. Through the analysis of animal bones found on a site, zooarchaeologists can uncover important information on the economy, trade, industry, diet, and other fascinating facts about the people who lived there. This field guide includes 16 species commonly encountered in both Indigenous and historical sites.
Using diagrams and flow charts, it walks the reader step-by-step through the bone identification process.
Combining practical and academic knowledge, the manual also provides an introductory insight into zooarchaeological methodology and the importance of zooarchaeological research in understanding human behaviour through time. It has been made available under the principles of open access for the use of researchers worldwide. Please credit the authors when this work is used or referenced.
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