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Taphonomy and Interpretation (Symposia of the Association for Environ)

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  • ISBN-13: 9781842170045
  • ISBN: 184217004X
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Publisher: Oxbow Books

AUTHOR

Sue Stallibrass, Jacqueline Huntley

SUMMARY

Papers from the 1993 Association for Environmental Archaeology conference at Durham. Contents: Intepreting prehistoric cultivation using the combined evidence of plant remains and soils: an example from northern Scotland (S P Carter & T G Holden); Palynological taphonomy in understanding vegetation history and human impact in the Lairg area, Sutherland (M Smith); Pollen preservation analysis as a necessity in Holocene palynology (R Tipping); Dark earth and obscured stratigraphy (E J Sidell); Through a taphonomic glass, darkly: the importance of cereal cultivation in prehistoric Britain (P Rowley-Conwy); Otter (Lutra lutra L.) spraint: an investigation into possible sources of small fish bones at coastal archaeological sites (R A Nicholson); The butcher, the cook and the archaeologist (P R G Stokes); Detecting the nature of materials on farms from Coleptera: a number of taphonomic problems (D N Smith); Experimental taphonomy (L van Wijngaarden-Bakker); Why did the chicken dig a hole? Some observations on the excavation of dust baths by domestic fowl and their implications for archaeology (K Dobney, A Hall & M Hill); Arthropod remains as indicators for taphonomic processes: an assemblage from 19th century burials, Broerenkerk, Zwolle, the Netherlands (T Hakbijl); Context level interpretation of animal bones through statistical analysis (M Moreno Garcia & James Rackham; (Towards describing the nature of the chief taphonomic agentSue Stallibrass is the author of 'Taphonomy and Interpretation (Symposia of the Association for Environ)', published 2000 under ISBN 9781842170045 and ISBN 184217004X.

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