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Colonisation, Migration, and Marginal Areas A Zooarchaeological Approach

Edited By: Mariana Mondini, Sebastián Muñoz and Stephen Wickler
128 pages, 62 b/w illus
Publisher: Oxbow Books
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These 12 papers offer a zooarchaeological approach to questions surrounding the nature and extent of human colonisation and migration, and the adaptation of humans to new and sometimes extreme or challenging environments.

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Part I. Human and Animal Migration and Colonisation. Introduction to the session "Human and Animal Migration and Colonisation" (Stephen Wickler); Understanding human movement and interaction through the movement of animals and animal products (Steven P Ashby); Plea for a multidisciplinary approach to the study of Neolithic migrations: the analysis of biological witnesses and the input of palaeogenetics (Eva-Maria Geigl and Melanie Pruvost); Zooarchaeology and agricultural colonization: an example from the Colonial Chesapeake (Benjamin S Arbuckle and Joanne Bowen); Modelling colonisation and migration in Micronesia from a zooarchaeological perspective (Stephen Wickler). Part II. Behavioural Variability in the So-Called Marginal Areas: A Zooarchaeological Approach. Behavioural variability in the so-called marginal areas from a zooarchaeological perspective: an introduction (Mariana Mondini and Sebastian Munoz); Faunal exploitation patterns along the southern slopes of the Caucasus during the Late Middle and Early Upper Palaeolithic (Guy Bar-Oz, Daniel S Adler, Abesalom Vekua, Tengiz Meshveliani, Nicholoz Tushabramishvili, Anna Belfer-Cohen and Ofer Bar-Yosef); The archaeozoology of the Andean "dead ends" in Patagonia: living near the Continental Ice Cap (Luis Alberto Borrero); The highs and lows of high Arctic mammals: temporal change and regional variability in Palaeoeskimo subsistence (Christyann M Darwent); Identifying dietary stress in marginal environments: bone fats, optimal foraging theory and the seasonal round (Alan K Outram); The worst of times, the best of times: jackrabbit hunting by Middle Holocene human foragers in the Bonneville Basin of western North America (Dave N Schmitt, David B Madsen and Karen D Lupo); A zooarchaeological perspective on the origins of vertical transhumant pastoralism and the colonisation of marginal habitats in temperate south eastern Europe (Elizabeth R Arnold and Haskel J Greenfield); A review of the session: margins and marginality (Anthony J Legge).

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edited by Mariana Mondini, Sebastian Munoz and Stephen Wickler

Edited By: Mariana Mondini, Sebastián Muñoz and Stephen Wickler
128 pages, 62 b/w illus
Publisher: Oxbow Books
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