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Animal Bones from Flaxengate, Lincoln C870-1500

by T. O"Connor

  • 357 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Humanities Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Zooarchaeology,
  • Archaeology,
  • Palaeozoology,
  • Archaeological Excavation Reports

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8293375M
    ISBN 100906780136
    ISBN 109780906780138

      An Early to Middle Saxon Settlement at Quarrington, Lincolnshire - Volume 83 - Gary Taylor, Carol Allen, Justine Bayley, Jane Cowgill, Val Fryer, Carol Palmer, Barbara Precious, James Rackham, Tessa Roper, Jane YoungCited by: 8. Terry P. O'Connor has 13 books on Goodreads with ratings. Terry P. O'Connor’s most popular book is The Archaeology of Animal Bones.

    Skeletons is an illustrated guide that explores the form and function of bones and anatomy structures of animals. It talks about how bones function and plays a part in life, and explains why bones look and grow into the way they are. It would talk about different parts of the human body, and refer to the respective parts in other animals/5(5). Vince, A. and Jones, M.J. (eds) Lincoln's Buried Archaeological Heritage: A Guide to the Archive of the City of Lincoln Archaeology Unit. City of Lincoln Archaeology Unit. Lincoln. von den Driesch, A. A Guide to the Measurement of Animal Bones from Archaeological Sites. Peabody Mus. Bull. 1. Harvard University. Cambridge Mass. W.

    This article forms an introductory survey to the nature of the archaeological evidence (other than that of urban sites), and the problems that it presents, for reconstructing Scandinavian activity and settlement in England during the Viking Age, from the late 8lh to the late 1 llh century AD. The evidence is reviewed chronologically, using a three-phase division of the period, within four Cited by: 1.   Manual for Bird Banders (Classic Reprint) Paperback – J by Frederick C. Lincoln (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Written: 23 Jul,


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Animal bones from Flaxengate, Lincoln, c London: Council for British Archaeology for the Lincoln Archaeological Trust, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Terry O'Connor; M Wilkinson.

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The animal bone material from King’s Lynn is currently held at the Lynn Museum storage at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse Museum in Norfolk. The assemblage from Flaxengate is currently stored at The Collection: Art and Archaeology in Lincolnshire in Lincoln, while the assemblage from Woolmonger/Kingswell Street is stored at the Northampton Author: Lenny Salvagno, Umberto Albarella.

O’Connor, T. P., Wilkinson, M., Council for British Archaeology & Lincoln Archaeological Trust. Animal bones from Flaxengate, Lincoln, c vol. Archaeology of Lincoln (Council for British Archaeology for the Lincoln Archaeological Trust, ). This die was discovered on Flaxengate in Lincoln and was used to strike coins for Aethelred II ().

It is the die for the reverse of the coin. Lincoln’s coin mint was in operation from c – and was one of the most productive in the country, with only London having more moneyers in some periods.

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Kidder (2 copies). O’Connor, T. P., Mike Wilkinson, Council for British Archaeology, and Lincoln Archaeological Trust. Animal Bones from Flaxengate, Lincoln, c Vol. Archaeology of Lincoln. London: Council for British Archaeology for the Lincoln Archaeological Trust, Animals in Saxon and Scandinavian England takes as its core four broad areas of analysis.

The rst is an investigation of the diet of the population, and how food wasAuthor: Matilda Holmes. Archaeology of Lincoln, v; Fasc.1 - Animal Bones from Flaxengate, Lincoln, c ; Animal Bones from Flaxengate, Lincoln, c, T.P. O'Connor X Polio, a Dose of the Refiner's Fire - Surviving Polio, Jeane L.

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Three Essays in the Author: Amanda Grieve. The animal bone assemblage from this feature consisted of sheep (48%), cattle (31 %) pig (20%) and horse (1 %). Most of the cattle, sheep and pig were mature when they were killed off, similar to the pattern seen in ninth-century contexts from Flaxengate, Lincoln (O'Connor ).

The only ewe in this age category (MK) exhibited a very small bone protuberance (10 mm long and 2 mm wide) on the lateral side of the dorsal longitudinal groove at the proximal end.

Download: Download full-size image; Fig. 4. Small islands of new bone formation in the right metatarsal of a ram aged four years and two months (MK).Cited by: 3.Atlas of animal bones. For prehistorians, archaeologists and Quaternary geologists. Knochenatlas. Für Prähistoriker, Archäologen und Quartärgeologen by Schmid, Elisabeth.

3 Want to read; Published by Elsevier Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New : Major themes in the zooarchaeological record regarding livestock and animal husbandry in England from the 5th to 11th Centuries AD are reviewed.

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