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Camelid Variation and Subsistence Diversity: Insights from Osteometric Analysis and Zooarchaeological Assemblages at the Eleventh-Century CE Site of Los Batanes (Sama, Peru) (2023)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ruoyu Zhu. Sarah Kennedy. Arturo Rivera. Sarah Baitzel.

This is an abstract from the "SAA 2023: Individual Abstracts" session, at the 88th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Inhabitants of the Terminal Middle Horizon site of Los Batanes (Sama Valley, southern Pern) founded by Tiwanaku-descendant groups in the eleventh century CE practiced a mixed subsistence strategy. Located along a natural corridor that connects the south-central Andean highlands and coast, residents had access to and a taste for local, highland, and marine...

Faunal Remains from Officers' Cellars at Fort Wilkins: Perspectives On Animal Exploitation At a Mid-19th Century U.S. Army Post On the Lake Superior Frontier (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Terrance J. Martin. Thomas G. Friggens.

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