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zooarchaeology

Definitions

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  • noun The study of animal remains at archaeological sites.

Etymologies

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zoo- +‎ archaeology

Examples

  • I love the idea of zooarchaeology stories, so by all means post here or at Afarensis and let's see how many we can get.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • I love the idea of zooarchaeology stories, so by all means post here or at Afarensis and let's see how many we can get.

    Zooarchaeology and Family Living

  • He is currently working on the zooarchaeology of several cave and rockshelter sites in northern California, and the historical ecology of several species.

    Northstate Science Moving - Grand Opening February 6!

  • He is currently working on the zooarchaeology of several cave and rockshelter sites in northern California, and the historical ecology of several species.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Prehistoric extinctions of Pacific Island birds: biodiversity meets zooarchaeology.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • Processing faunal material in the Brooklyn College zooarchaeology lab (Courtesy Brooklyn College)

    Working With Fish Bones

  • Prehistoric extinctions of Pacific island birds: biodiversity meets zooarchaeology.

    Marquesas tropical moist forests

  • Behaviour Behind Bones: The zooarchaeology of ritual, religion, status and identity (Proceedings of the 9th ICAZ Conference, Durham 2002)

    So much tidier than bloodshed

  • Archaeology and zooarchaeology in particular, teaches one about patience and accuracy.

    Working With Fish Bones

  • This amazing experience is giving me a glimpse into the world of scientific research -- archaeology and zooarchaeology -- and allowing me to explore career choices I never knew existed.

    Working With Fish Bones

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