ARZ Vol. II.1/2

ARZ Vol. II.1/2

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 ARZ Vol. II.1/2

ISSN 0299-3600

- P. Ducos, Après la publication des Actes

• Methods

- W. Prummel, Atlas for identification of foetal skeletal elements of Cattle, Horse, Sheep and Pig. Part 3

- S. Payne, G.Bull, Components of variation in measurements of pig bones and teeth, and the use of measurements to distinguish wild from domestic pig remains

- L. H. V. Wijngaarden-Bakker, P. L. Bergstrom, Estimation of the shoulder height of cattle

- R. N. W. Thomas, A statistical evaluation of criteria used in sexing cattle metapodials

- S. C. Münzel, Quantitative analysis and archaeological site interpretation

- A. Morales Muñiz, On the use of butchering as a paleocultural index : proposal of a new methodology for the study of bone fracture from archaeological sites

• Animal species

- J. D Vigne, M.C. Marinval-Vigne, Quelques réflexions préliminaires sur les Canidés mésolithiques de Noyen-Sur-Seine (France) et sur la domestication du Chien en Europe occidentale

- E. Iregren, Size of the Brown Bear (Ursus arctos L.) in northern Sweden during the last millenium

• Man’s role in assemblage formation

- M. F. Bonifay, L’autre préhistoire Remarques sur les faunes contemporaines du très vieux Paléolithique français

• Strategies

- C. R. Szuter, Small animal exploitation among desert horticulturalists in North America

- A. Anderson, Prehistoric fowling in the Nothofagus forest of Southern New Zealand

- D. Serjeantson, Archaeological and ethnographic evidence for seabird exploitation in Scotland

• Seasonality

- B.C. Gordon, Des hommes et des rennes dans la préhistoire française magdalénienne : résultats

- A. Eastham, The season of the symbol : the evidence of swallows in the Paleolithic of western Europe

- J. Zeiler, Seasonal or permanent occupation of a neolithique site near Swifterbant (Central Netherlands). A reconsideration

• Traces and butchery technics

- J. Studer, Entre Chien et Homme au Bronze final

• Social life and ideology

- G. F. Ijzereef, Animal bones and social stratification. A preliminary analysis of the faunal remains from cess-pits in Amsterdam (1600-1850 A. D.)

• Regional studies

- E. During, A neolithic vertebrate fauna from a short time period

- M. Glass, Faunal variability in late Neolithic southern Germany

- A. Riedel, Evolution of the animal populations of northeastern Italy from the late Neolithic to the Middle Ages

- E. Reitz, Vertebrate remains from Paloma, Peru

- W. V. Neer, Fish remains from a holocene site (84/13-9) in Wadi Howar, Sudan

- A. P. Bautista, The exploitation of animals in the Neolithique of the Philippines