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L'assemblage osseux comme un dernier état de la présence animale en contexte archéologique : Gestuelle et comportement vis-à-vis de l'animal.

Abstract : Faunal assemblages from different archaeological contexts are presented here as examples of different methods of zooarchaeological interpretation. The aim of this contribution is to discuss the interpretation of bone assemblages according to the context and what is to be considered as relevant against the background of all species/anatomical elements present in the faunal record, in relation to religious practices or not. Emphasis will be given to specific bone assemblages from protohistorical contexts in southern France and their interpretation. The main purpose of the methodology of the zooarchaeological analyses is to give comprehensive information about human behaviour in ritual or non-ritual procedures.
Keywords : Zooarchaeology
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Armelle Gardeisen. L'assemblage osseux comme un dernier état de la présence animale en contexte archéologique : Gestuelle et comportement vis-à-vis de l'animal.. Acta Instituti Atheniensis Regni Sueciae, 2013, Bones, Behaviour and Belief. The zoo archaeological evidence as a source for Greek ritual practice, 4 (55), pp.31-49. ⟨hal-01424247⟩

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