VOL. 48 · NO. 1 | June 2013
 
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48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a1
KEYWORDS: Zoo archaeology, hunting, butchering, use-wear traces, bone technology, Tayara, Quebec, Nunavik, Archéozoologie, chasse, activités de boucherie, traces d'utilisation, technologie osseuse, Québec
48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a2
KEYWORDS: Arctic, Nunavut, Foxe Basin, Thule and modern Inuit, hunter-gatherers, walrus, Zoo archaeology, Arctique, bassin de Foxe, Inuits thuléens et modernes, chasseurs-cueilleurs, morses, Archéozoologie
48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a3
KEYWORDS: Mackenzie Inuit, Sight, Meat weight, specialization, Bowhead Whaling, Inuit du Mackenzie, poids de viande, spécialisation, chasse à la baleine boréale
48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a4
KEYWORDS: Dovekie, Alle alle, Mass capturing, Thule, Inughuit, Northwest Greenland, optimal foraging, Mergule nain, capture de masse, nord-ouest du Groenland, récolte optimale
48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a5
KEYWORDS: Arctic, Nunavut, Inuit, Archaeozoology, caribou, Rangifer tarandus, hunting, storage, dry meat, Seasonality, Arctique, Archéozoologie, chasse, stockage, viande séchée, saisonnalité
48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a6
KEYWORDS: West Greenland, caribou utilization, ethnoarchaeology, Archaeozoology, Groenland occidental, utilisation du caribou, ethnoarchéologie, Archéozoologie
48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a7
KEYWORDS: bone as fuel, prehistoric subsistence, experimental archaeology, Finland, refuse fauna, Brûlage d'os, subsistance préhistorique, archéologie expérimentale, Finlande, Archéozoologie
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48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a8
KEYWORDS: rearing, fattening cattle, cattle, Charolais breed, Charolais-B donnais area, Saint-Christophe-en-Brionnais, élevage, emboucne, bovins, race Charolaise, Charolais-Brionnais, Saint- Christophe-en-Brionnais
48(1), (1 June 2013) https://doi.org/10.5252/az2013n1a9
KEYWORDS: Holocene, MESOLITHIC, Cantabrian Spain, La Garma, marine and terrestrial molluscs, food, personal ornaments, Holocène, Mésolithique, Région cantabrique, Mollusques marins et terrestres, alimentation, objets de parure
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