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Animal Bone Archeology From Objectives to Analysis

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By: B Hesse and P Wapnish
132 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Publisher: Taraxacum
Animal Bone Archeology
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  • Animal Bone Archeology ISBN: 9780960282234 Hardback Dec 1985 Out of Print #47407
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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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Out of Print
By: B Hesse and P Wapnish
132 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Publisher: Taraxacum
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