Animal Bones

Some articles on animal bones, bones, animals, animal bone:

The Eva Site's Inhabitants
... shells, fire-cracked rocks, flint chips, antler tools, projectile points, and animal bones (mostly deer) ... mussel shell arrangement, ash content, and animal bones ... While deer bones still comprised the majority of the animal bones, the percentage was significantly lower than that of the Eva phase, indicating a ...
Domestication Of The Horse - Archaeological Evidence - Geographic Expansion
... may have even been hunted by early humans, concentration of remains suggests animals being deliberately captured and contained, an indicator of domestication, at least ... Around 3500-3000 BCE horse bones began to appear more frequently in archaeological sites beyond their center of distribution in the Eurasian steppes and were seen in central Europe, the ... been rare before, and as numbers increased, larger animals also began to appear in horse remains ...
Burrough Hill - History
... Finds included animal bones and twelve pieces of Iron Age and Roman pottery ... they turned out to be storage pits and produced artefacts such as animal bones, quern stones for grinding, and various shards of Iron Age and Roman pottery ... More animal bone was found here as well as Iron Age and Roman pottery, and a brooch from the La Tène culture ...

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