By: B Hesse and P Wapnish
132 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Although uncovered in large quantities by archaeologists, animal bones have usually been viewed as artifacts, valuable for the cultural insights they yield. This is an attempt to raise their palaeozoological profile.
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