Animal Bone Archeology [Archaeology] : From Objectives to Analysis. Brian Hesse, Paula Wapnish.

Animal Bone Archeology [Archaeology] : From Objectives to Analysis

Washington DC: Taraxacum, 1985.

Illustrated by Illustrated. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #13307
ISBN: 0960282238

Owner's name and bookplate, later owner's emboss, otherwise light wear. Solid oversize hardcover. ; "For us, the primary structure of the research design of an archeological project is defined by the historical and cultural questions that stimulate it. ... The emergence of the discipline of animal bone archeology allows the precise juxtaposition of skills with questions, so that synthetic results can be generated. For example, our primary objective in analyzing a collection of sheep and goat bones from the Roman villa of San Giovanni was understanding the degree to which the villa's husbandry economy was integrated into regional systems of animal and animal-product exchange." ; Manuals On Archeology; Vol. 5; xi, 132 pages.

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