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Preston T. Miracle
University of Cambridge
GeologyArchaeologyCaveAncient historyPleistocene
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ABSTRACTThe Mesolithic-Neolithic transition is a classic topic of archaeological discussion, and the East Adriatic is of particular interest as a gateway region for agriculture entering Europe from...
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Rad donosi najvažnije informacije o iskopavanjima provedenim u dvije spilje na otoku Korculi, Veloj spilji kod Vele Luke i spilji Žukovici kod Racisca, provedenim 2011. godine.
#1Suzanne E. Pilaar Birch (UGA: University of Georgia)H-Index: 7
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Climate and sea level constrain the abundance of primary producers (plants) and habitat size. These directly affect the seasonal density and distribution of animal species, which inevitably have implications for human decisions regarding what to eat, where to live, how long to stay there, and when to move. Are diversification strategies such as the inclusion of low-ranked terrestrial resources and marine species in the diet effective coping mechanisms for climate-driven environmental change and ...
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#1Suzanne E. Pilaar Birch (UGA: University of Georgia)H-Index: 7
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Last. Tamsin C. O'Connell (University of Cambridge)H-Index: 32
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Zooarchaeological and paleoecological investigations have traditionally been unable to reconstruct the ethology of herd animals, which likely had a significant influence on the mobility and subsistence strategies of prehistoric humans. In this paper, we reconstruct the migratory behavior of red deer (Cervus elaphus) and caprids at the Pleistocene-Holocene transition in the northeastern Adriatic region using stable oxygen isotope analysis of tooth enamel. The data show a significant change in δ18...
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Last. Graeme Barker (McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research)H-Index: 27
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The exploitation of cattle labour in agriculture and transport, prior to large-scale mechanisation, has significantly helped shape the development course of human societies. This paper addresses the question of how to recognise cattle traction using refined techniques derived from control bone samples. We propose a detailed examination of morphometrics from distal metapodials for this purpose. Our results show that metric datasets from specific parts of these elements demonstrate a separation be...
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