The value of studying large faunal collections using traditional zooarchaeological methods

a case study from Anglo-Saxon England

Pam Crabtree

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publicationZooarchaeology in Practice
    Subtitle of host publicationCase Studies in Methodology and Interpretation in Archaeofaunal Analysis
    EditorsC. Giovas, M. Le Febvre
    Place of PublicationNew York
    PublisherSpringer
    StateAccepted/In press - 2016

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    Crabtree, P. (Accepted/In press). The value of studying large faunal collections using traditional zooarchaeological methods: a case study from Anglo-Saxon England. In C. Giovas, & M. Le Febvre (Eds.), Zooarchaeology in Practice: Case Studies in Methodology and Interpretation in Archaeofaunal Analysis New York: Springer .

    The value of studying large faunal collections using traditional zooarchaeological methods : a case study from Anglo-Saxon England. / Crabtree, Pam.

    Zooarchaeology in Practice: Case Studies in Methodology and Interpretation in Archaeofaunal Analysis. ed. / C. Giovas; M. Le Febvre. New York : Springer , 2016.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

    Crabtree, P 2016, The value of studying large faunal collections using traditional zooarchaeological methods: a case study from Anglo-Saxon England. in C Giovas & M Le Febvre (eds), Zooarchaeology in Practice: Case Studies in Methodology and Interpretation in Archaeofaunal Analysis. Springer , New York.
    Crabtree P. The value of studying large faunal collections using traditional zooarchaeological methods: a case study from Anglo-Saxon England. In Giovas C, Le Febvre M, editors, Zooarchaeology in Practice: Case Studies in Methodology and Interpretation in Archaeofaunal Analysis. New York: Springer . 2016
    Crabtree, Pam. / The value of studying large faunal collections using traditional zooarchaeological methods : a case study from Anglo-Saxon England. Zooarchaeology in Practice: Case Studies in Methodology and Interpretation in Archaeofaunal Analysis. editor / C. Giovas ; M. Le Febvre. New York : Springer , 2016.
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