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Elmet Archaeological Services Ltd is a company with limited liability registered in England No: 07165714
Registered Office: Office 3 Wath Trinity Community Hall, Chapel Street, Wath-
COURSE DATE Saturday the 10th of December 2016
TIME 10am -
TUTOR Sofia Tecce
LOCATION This course will be taught in the classroom at our Wath-
DESCRIPTION An introduction to the theory and methods used to study animal bones.
This course will cover the importance of animal bones in Archaeology and how they are excavated, how to identify different anatomical parts from the animal bone remains, how to identify different species, how to recognize marks on the bones and identify their origin (for example, butchery marks and pathologies), how to age and sex bones and to understand what a zooarchaeological analysis entails and how it is done.
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ZOOARCHAEOLOGY WORKSHOP: BONES
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