archaeozoology

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archaeozoology

(ˌɑːkɪəʊzəʊˈɒlədʒɪ; ˌɑːkɪəʊzuːˈɒlədʒɪ) or

archeozoology

n
(Archaeology) the analysis and interpretation of animal remains found at archaeological sites
ˌarchaeozoˈologist, ˌarcheozoˈologist n
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in honour of Mary 'Paul' Pollard, keeper of early printed books in TCD, (11) and Skeletons in her Cupboard for Juliet Clutton-Brock, an archaeozoologist in the Natural History Museum in London.
This means there was some ability or some need or requirement of organization," said archaeozoologist Rivka Rabinovich of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Dr Thomas Cucchi, 31, an archaeozoologist and research fellow at Durham University, was carrying out research on mouse fossils in Cyprus when he had his eureka moment.
Priml is a specialist archaeozoologist, sub-specialising in archaeooology.
The expert team includes an archaeozoologist, a physical anthropologist and specialists in x-ray and endoscope technology.
These sacrifices probably served much like amulets to ward against evil-for instance, to protect against witchcraft or the evil eye, according to study leader Marta Daroczi-Szabo, an archaeozoologist at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest.
Ours is a multidisciplinary team: not archaeologists only, but also architects, botanists, geologists, scholars studying ancient pollen, archaeozoologists," she added.
This proceedings volume contains 13 contributions from international archaeozoologists describing recent research into the earliest phases of animal domestication in West and East Asia.
Mortality profiles give archaeozoologists a better understanding of the taphonomic processes affecting a faunal assemblage and allow them to identify patterns of predation.