How Can Different Methods of Deadstock Disposal Inform Zooarchaeologists About Past Taphonomies?

I’ll be presenting a case study on Carcass disposal and inter-site variability at the PZG workshop on Taphonomy: spotting it, recording it, and making sense of it… at the University of York on Saturday the 16th of July.  This presentation will compare ethnographic research carried out in Ethiopia and Mongolia and the different uses these have been put to in interpreting archaeological assemblages.

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