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Archaeornithology: Birds and the Archaeological Record Proceedings of the First Meeting of the ICAZ Bird Working Group. Madrid. October 1992.

Proceedings
Series: Archaeofauna Volume: 2
By: Eufrasia Roselló-Izquierdo(Editor), Arturo Morales-Muñiz(Editor)
275 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
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Language: Nineteen contributions in English, three in Spanish

Presents the Proceedings of the First ICAZ Bird Working Group. Topics covered include the use of birds as paleoecological indicators. Contains 22 papers, 19 in English, 3 in Spanish.

Contents

- Ornithoarchaeology: the various aspects of the classification of bird remains from archaeological sites
- Twenty-eight bird briskets in a pot; roman preserved food from Nijmegen
- On the utilization of the domestic fowl in Central Europe from the Iron age up to the Middle Ages
- A methodology for the identification of avian eggshell from archaeological sites
- The pleistocene avifaunas of Europe
- Fowling in the Dutch neolithic at inland and coastal sites
- Bird remains in Roman Graves
- First report on bird remains from Buldir Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska
- Birds from four coastal sites in The Netherlands
- The role of birds in the economy of medieval and post-medieval Flanders: a diversity of interpretation problems
- Exploitation of birds during the natufian and early neolithic of the southern levant
- Archeo-ornithology and the synanthropisation of birds: a case study for Bulgaria
- Birds and the scavenger niche
- The birds and the bees
- Una fauna medieval inusual: las aves de Cava Baja (prov. Madrid, Espana)
- Two examples showing contradictory results by using skeletochronology in birds
- Estudio osteologico comparado de dos subespecies de Corvus corax (Aves: Passeriformes)
- Bird bone taphonomy from the inside out; the evidence of gull predation on the manx shearwater Puffinus puffinus
- Domestic geese from medieval Dublin
- Las rapaces nocturnas como acumuladores potenciales de restos faunisticos en yacimientos arqueologicos: los micromamiferos de Penalosa
- Catalogo provisional de los yacimientos con aves del cuaternario de la Peninsula Iberica

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Proceedings
Series: Archaeofauna Volume: 2
By: Eufrasia Roselló-Izquierdo(Editor), Arturo Morales-Muñiz(Editor)
275 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps, tables
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