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      ‘Garden agriculture’ and the nature of early farming in Europe and the Near East

      World Archaeology

      Informa UK Limited

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          Kill-off Patterns in Sheep and Goats: the Mandibles from Aşvan Kale

          Reports on animal bones from archaeological sites often include information about the “kill-off pattern” for each species – i.e. the relative representation of different age-groups in the sample. Osteologists believe that this information can be used as evidence for whether an animal was wild or domesticated, and, if domesticated, about the way in which man managed the animal. In this paper a method is described for recording such data for sheep and goat using mandibles and mandibular teeth; the analysis and interpretation of such data is discussed using excavated samples from Aşvan Kale.
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            Nimrods, piscators, pluckers, and planters: The emergence of food production

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              Gatherer‐hunter to farmer: A social perspective

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                Journal
                World Archaeology
                World Archaeology
                Informa UK Limited
                0043-8243
                1470-1375
                June 2005
                June 2005
                : 37
                : 2
                : 177-196
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                10.1080/00438240500094572
                © 2005

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