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CARE OR NEGLECT? : evidence of animal disease in archaeology.

Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] OXBOW Books, 2018.
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Care or Neglect takes an in-depth look at archaeological evidence for both the care afforded to the recovery of sick animals and for neglect and cruelty as revealed by palaeopathological analysis of  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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CARE OR NEGLECT?.
[Place of publication not identified], OXBOW Books, 2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9781785708909 1785708902
OCLC Number: 1054963994
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Contents: Front cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Foreword; List of Contributors; 1. Introduction: Care, Neglect and the "Osteological Paradox"; 2. Animal Diseases in Neolithic Societies: Çatalhöyük (Turkey) in the Spotlight; 3. Palaeopathology at the Eneolithic Tell Settlement of Polyanitsa (NE Bulgaria); 4. Pathological Observations on Mammalian Remains from the Roman Sanctuary at Carnuntum-Mühläcker (Austria); 5. Animal Health in Justiniana Prima (Caričin Grad): Preliminary Results; 6. Congenital Anomalies and Traumatic Injuries in Dogs from Laodicea in Canaan (Hellenistic Beirut, Lebanon) 7. Reviewing the Pathology and Welfare of Dogs in Roman Britain8. Four Equestrian Burials from the Avar Cemetery at Vienna Csokorgasse, Austria: The Health of Horses and Dogs; 9. Horseback Riding, Asymmetry, and Changes to the Equine Skull: Evidence for Mounted Riding in Mongolia's Late Bronze Age; 10. Where Have All the Mares Gone? Sex and "Gender" Related Pathology in Archaeological Horses: Clues to Horse Husbandry and Use Practices; 11. Pelvic Fracture in Horse: A Late Medieval Case from Karcag-Orgondaszentmiklós, Eastern Hungary 12. Taphonomy and Disease Prevalence in Animal Palaeopathology: The Proverbial "Veterinary Horse"13. From Arthrosis to Necrosis: Many, Many Pathological Chickens from the Avar Cemetery at Vienna Csokorgasse, Austria; 14. "Babos" (Spotted) Pigs in Zalavár/Mosaburg, SW Hungary: Possible Causes of a Tusk Pathology; 15. Damage Caused by Permanent Fetters in Present-Day Sheep on the Island ofDelos (Greece); 16. Medieval Multi-Horned Sheep from Present-Day Budapest, Hungary; 17. Weird Fish: Defining a Role for Fish Palaeopathology

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"A very useful feature of the volume is that it is well illustrated - essential for the presentation and discussion of pathologies. Like other key works in animal palaeopathology, such as Baker and Read more...

 
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