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by K. Starling,D. Watkinson
- ISBN: 0950415553
- Category: Politics
- Author: K. Starling,D. Watkinson
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- Language: English
- Publisher: United Kingdom Institute for Conservation of Historic & Artistic Works (December 1987)
- Pages: 35 pages
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The results section summarizes the substantive contributions zooarchaeological studies of historical assemblages have made to our understanding of past diet, food production systems, social and cultural variation, and archaeological interpretations. More than 800,000 animal bones were recovered from both sites in the course of the last three decades and investigated by traditional archaeozoological methods
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Recent papers in Bone, antler, ivory and horn working . In this paper, we will offer a brief overview of the archaeological and epigraphic evidence for craft production of objects made from clay, stone and osseous raw materials, related to the Limes on the present-day territory of Serbia. Keywords: craft production, workshops, craftsperson, ceramic technology, stone objects, osseous technology. In 2017, a bracelet made of mammoth ivory, the first artifact of such kind found in the Altai, was found in layer 11 in the South Chamber of Denisova Cave.