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Whose Bones are those? Preliminary Comparative Analysis of Fragmented Human and Animal Bones in the "Death Pit" at Domuztepe, a Late Neolithic Settlement in Southeastern Turkey

By Sarah Whitcher Kansa, Suellen C. Gauld, Stuart Campbell, Elizabeth Carter

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2009
Publication Title Anthropozoologica
Volume 44
Issue 1
Pages 159-172
ISBN/ISSN 0761-3032
Language English
Author Address Kansa, Sarah Whitcher ; Alexandria Arch Inst, 125 El Verano Way, San Francisco, CA 94127 USA
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  1. Animals
  2. Anthropology
  3. Bones
  4. Computers
  5. Fossils
  6. Geological periods
  7. Humans
  8. Mammals
  9. Palearctic region
  10. Paleobiology
  11. Paleozoology
  12. peer-reviewed
  13. physical activity
  14. skeletal system
  15. Turkey
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