2 edition of Mammalian osteo-archaeology found in the catalog.
B. Miles Gilbert
Includes bibliographical references (p. 334-337).
|Statement||by B. Miles Gilbert.|
|Series||Special publications / Missouri Archaeological Society, Special publications (Missouri Archaeological Society)|
|LC Classifications||CC79.5.A5 G54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
The importance of meat-eating in human evolution has long been a controversial subject1–4. The best available evidence of hominid activities between 2 and Myr ago is the archaeological. NEW CRITERIA FOR THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL IDENTIFICATION OF BONE GREASE PROCESSING - Volume 82 Issue 1 - Eugène Morin, Marie-Cécile Soulier.
In Mammalian Osteo-Archaeology: North America, edited by Gilbert, B. Miles, pp. 9 – Missouri Archaeological Society, Columbia. Bouchard, Serge Chroniques de . This text on probability and statistics is most commonly used book by biological and forensic anthropologists. 2. HISTORY OF FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY Chapter 1. Historical Setting. In: Stewart, T. D. (). Essentials of Forensic Anthropology. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas. This is the earliest history written on forensic anthropology.
Bonnichsen R () Some operational aspects of human and animal bone alteration. In: Gilbert M, editor. Mammalian Osteo-Archaeology: North America. Columbia, Missouri: Missouri Archeol Soc. 9– 3. Haynes G () Prey bones and predators: Potential ecologic information from analysis of bone sites. Ossa (): – • 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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Columbia, Missouri Archaeological Society, Based on animal bones found at archaeological sites, it attempts to analyze the "patterned lifeways of prehistoric gathering techniques, zones of utilization, climate, butchering techniques and animal usages, and seasons of occupation.
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Mammalian Osteo-Archaeology: North America. Miles Gilbert. Columbia, MO: Missouri Archaeological Society. (tDAR id: ). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Laramie, Wyo.: B.M.
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Miles Gilbert – Google Books Language English Dewey Number This large-format volume is a valuable reference for mammalogists, vertebrate zoologists, conservationists, archaeologists, and archaeozoologists or zooarchaeologists. Mammalian Osteology: B. Gilbert:: Books.
Subjects Mammal osteologu Archaeology — North America. Mammals — North America. Animal remains Archaeology — North America. North America — Antiquities. Notes “Revised from Mammalian osteo-archaeology: Language English Dewey Number View online Borrow Buy.
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Historic Contact: Indian People and Colonists in Today's Northeastern United States in the Sixteenth Through Eighteenth Centuries, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Results. Gross macroscopic examination of the bone surface revealed four scratches (Fig.
2).Stereo-microscopic examination revealed a diagonal cut had been produced and that it had penetrated the periosteum and subjacent bone (Fig. 3).Scanning electron microscopic examination of the thin scratch in the region of the shallow gouge documented that the scratch penetrated the bony matrix (Fig.
Identification of the species of animal represented by ancient bones, teeth, and shells based on the size and shape of those materials is one of the most fundamental and foundational steps in paleozoology, yet only scattered comments in the literature regarding this matter have been published.
The history of taxonomic identification of faunal remains began with researchers learning which. Mammalian Osteo-Archaeology: North America. MILES GILBERT. Special Publication. Missouri Archaeological Society, Columbia, vi + pp., illustrated, appendices.
L.C. $ (paper). Several publications designed to assist the archaeologist in identification of faunal remains are presently available but none are completely. Miles Gilbert, author of Mammalian Osteology, on LibraryThing.
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Statements describing pres North American zooarchaeology and using the term range from implying a laundry list categorization indicates a lack of analytical sophistication (e.g., Glassow and Joslin,Jones, ), through being critical of such lists (e.g., Reitz and Wing,Reitz and Wing,Robison, ), to being derogatory about the analytical value of such lists.
Due to its usefulness in species determination in ancient material, it has been utilized to explore mammalian evolutionary relationships (Lowenstein and Scheuenstuhl,Lowenstein et al., ).
InUbelaker et al. published an improved pRIA technique aimed at species identification of small fragments recovered from forensic contexts.