Culinary Zooarchaeology - Ep 25

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In this episode, Alex and Simona will be tackling culinary zooarchaeology. Listen on to find out more about how to identify food preparation in the archaeological record, ancient BBQs and interpreting archaeological rubbish.

Links

  • Besherer Metheny, K. and Beaudry, M.C. (2015) Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopedia. Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Binford, L. (1981) Bones: Ancient Men and Modern Myths.
  • Pavao-Zuckerman, B., Anderson, D.T. & Reeves, M. (2018) Dining with the Madisons: Elite Consumption at Montpelier. Hist Arch 52, 372–396.
  • O'Connor, T. (2000) The Archaeology of Animal Bones. Gloustershire: Sutton Publishing Ltd.
  • Rackham, J. (1994) Interpreting the past: Animal Bones
  • Hastorf C.A. (2008) Food and feasting, social and political aspects. In: Pearsall D.M. (ed) Encyclopedia of Archaeology. London: Elsevier Inc.
  • Nelson S.M. (2003) Feasting the Ancestors in Early China. In: Bray T.L. (eds) The Archaeology and Politics of Food and Feasting in Early States and Empires. Springer, Boston, MA
  • Neolithic Eating Rituals
  • Feasting Archaeology and History
  • Maisels, C. (2010) The Archaeology of Politics and Power: Where, When and Why the First States Formed. Oxford, Oxbow books
  • Russell, N. (2012) Social Zooarchaeology. Cambridge University Press.
  • Elliot, P. (2016) Food and Farming in Prehistoric Britain. Fonthill Media

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