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Mammalian osteo-archaeology, North America

B. Miles Gilbert

Mammalian osteo-archaeology, North America

by B. Miles Gilbert

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Published by Missouri Archaeological Society in Columbia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animal remains (Archaeology) -- North America.,
  • Mammals -- North America.,
  • North America -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p. 334-337.

    Statementby B. Miles Gilbert.
    SeriesMissouri Archaeological Society. Special publications
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCC79.5.A5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 337 p. :
    Number of Pages337
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19030185M

      A late prehistoric model for communal utilization of pronghorn antelope in the Northwestern Plains region, North America. In L. B. Davis & B. O. K. Reeves (Eds.), Cited by: RECOMMENDED FURTHER READING 1. GENERAL 2. HISTORY OF FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY 3. HUMAN OSTEOLOGY AND ODONTOLOGY This text on probability and statistics is most commonly used book by biological and forensic anthropologists. 2. HISTORY OF FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY Mammalian Osteo-archaeology: North America. Columbia: The Missouri .

    Quantitative Paleozoology describes and illustrates how the remains of long-dead animals recovered from archaeological and paleontological excavations can be studied and analyzed. The methods range from determining how many animals of each species are represented to determining whether one collection consists of more broken and more burned Cited by:   de Chardin, Pierre Teilhard and Young, Chung Chien, On the Mammalian Remains from the Archaeological Site of Anyang (Nanking: Geological Survey of China, ); Harper, Donald J., “ The Cultural History of the Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) in Early China,” Early China 35 .

    leyes y reglamentos los matlatzincas quezada noemÍ los problemas del daltonismo piojan a. carmen marÍa mammalian osteo-archaeology: north america miles gilbert b. mamutes excavados en la cuenca de mÉxico () lorenzo jose luis et al. • osteo-arqueologÍa miles gilbert b. mammalian osteo-archaeology: north america • osteo-arqueologÍa lawrence barbara part. i mammals found ath the awatovi site. part. ii post-cranial skeletal characters of deer, pronghorn, and sheep - goat with notes on bos and bisson • osteologia ubelaker douglas h. human skeletal remains.


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