Zooarchaeologists in the Best of the Web Directory


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Zooarchaeologists producing and teaching research in the field of zooarchaeology, archaeology, and cultural ecology.
  • Belcher, William R.

    Field of concentration includes ancient Indus economy and efficient methods of trading perishable fish.

  • Butler, Virginia L.

    Interest includes studying the role of fish in past human societies.

  • Emery, Kitty F.

    Investigates ancient relationship between humans and the environments, and understands the world of ancient Maya and other Mesoamerican cultures.

  • Homes, Matilda

    Works in the field of zooarchaeology, and produces archive reports, assessments, and records analysis on animal bone assemblages from archaeological sites.

  • Leach, Foss

    Describes the aspects of archaeometry to culture-history in the Pacific Region. Also focuses research on the archaeology of fishing.

  • Lee R. Lyman

    Major research interest includes zooarchaeology, vertebrate taphonomy, and in the method and theory of Americanist archaeology.

  • Meadow, Richard Henry

    Specializes in the study of remains of animals in archaeological sites.

  • Millard, Andrew

    Details biography, research groups, projects and interests.

  • Perdikaris, Sophia

    Specializes in the analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites in the North Atlantic.

  • Rees, Mark A.

    Archaeological anthropologist specializes in the study of eastern North America; interests include historical archaeology, and zooarchaeology.

  • Rowley-Conwy, Peter

    Studies animal bones, plant remains, and history of archaeology.

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