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Feasting on wild boar in the early Neolithic. Evidence from an 11,400-year-old placed deposit at Tappeh Asiab, central Zagros2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (3): 443-63
  • Hojjat Darabi
  • Jesper Olsen
  • Kristian Murphy Gregersen
  • Lisa Yeomans
  • Peder Mortensen
  • Pernille Bansgaaard
  • Tobias Richter
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Zoomorphic rock art representations and identity-building in central Argentina (ca. 1550-450 BP)2019 Boletín del Museo chileno de Arte precolombino 24 (1): 83-104
  • Andrea Recalde
  • Erica Colqui
H6/KE [BOLETIN-]0716-1530English summary
Using traditional biometrical data to distinguish west pealearctic wild boar and domestic pigs in the archaeological record: new methods and standards2014 Journal of archaeological science 43: 1-8
  • Allowen Evin
  • Gilles Escarguel
  • Greger Larson
  • Joseph Owen
  • Thomas Cucchi
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The zooarchaeological application of quantifying cranial shape differences in wild boar and domestic pigs (Sus scrofa) using 3D geometric morphometrics2014 Journal of archaeological science 43: 159-67
  • Allowen Evin
  • Greger Larson
  • Joseph Owen
  • Keith Dobney
  • Thomas Cucchi
0305-4403
Mesolithic domestic pigs at Rosenhof - or wild boar? A critical re-appraisal of ancient DNA and geometric morphometrics2014 World archaeology 46 (5): 813-24
  • Melinda Zeder
  • Peter Rowley-Conwy
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243with comments 825-34, and response by authors 835-40
Exploring the complexity of domestication: a response to Rowley-Conwy and Zeder2014 World archaeology 46 (5): 825-34
  • Allowen Evin
  • Ben Krause-Kyora
  • Cheryl Makarewicz
  • Linus Girdland Flink
  • Sönke Hartz
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243see this issue 813-24, and response by authors 835-40
Wild boar or domestic pigs? A response to Evin et al.2014 World archaeology 46 (5): 835-40
  • Melinda Zeder
  • Peter Rowley-Conwy
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243see this issue, 813-34
A new system for computing dentition-based age profiles in Sus scrofa2014 Journal of archaeological science 47: 179-93
  • Katelyn J. Bishop
  • Melinda A. Zeder
  • Scott J. Rufolo
  • Ximena Lemoine
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Where do mainland New Guineans get their circular boars' tusks from?2014 Pacific arts 13 (2): 5-20
  • Harry Beran
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252
Zooarchaeological study of faunal remains from the site of Wierzchaczew (2)2014 Fontes archaeologici posnanienses 50 (2): 318-20
  • Daniel Makowiecki
  • Marzena Makowiecka
qH6/KE [FONTES-]0071-6863annex to Dzieduszycki, see this issue 285-317; in special issue 'Non-invasive archaeological explorations'
Domestic pigs in Africa2013 African archaeological review 30 (1): 73-82
  • Alex Clop
  • Marcel Amills
  • Ofelia Galman-Omitogun
  • Oscar Ramírez
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in special issue 'Animal genetics and African archaeology'; French summary
Morphological and molecular phylogenetic characteristics of dwarf Sus specimens from the Noguni shell middens in the Ryukyu Islands2012 Anthropological Science 120 (1): 39-50
  • Akira Matsui
  • Hitomi Hongo
  • Naotaka Ishiguro
  • Ryohei Takahashi
  • Tomoko Anezaki
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
The boar in the symbolic and religious system of Baltic Slavs in the early middle ages2012 Studia mythologica slavica 15: 201-15
  • Kamil Kajkowski
H6/KVP [STUDIA-]1408-6271in special section 'Research methods and interpretations of folk traditions'; Polish summary
Amulets made from animal teeth and bones in medieval Novgorod2011 Arkheologischeskie vesti 17: 159-68
  • E.A. Tianina
H6/KVY [ARKHEOLOGICHESKIE-]English summary
Early neolithic pig domestication at Jiahu, Henan Province, China: clues from molar shape analyses using geometric morphometric approaches2011 Journal of archaeological science 38 (1): 11-22
  • A. Hulme-Beaman
  • J. Yuan
  • K. Dobney
  • T. Cucci
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Pig hunting and husbandry in prehistoric Italy: a contribution to the domestication debate2007 Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 72: 193-227, 438, 442, 446
  • Antonio Tagliacozzo
  • Keith Dobney
  • Peter Rowley-Conwy
  • Umberto Albarella
H6/KE [PREHISTORIC-]0079-497XFrench, German and Spanish summaries
A modified boar skull from Çatalhöyük2006 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (342): 1-12
  • Katheryn C. Twiss
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Nouvelle station bovidienne dans la région de Foum Zguid (Maroc)2006 Almogaren 37: 203-17
  • Mustapha Nami
English and German summaries
Pig and wildboar in northern Gaul, between archaeozoology and collective imaginary2005/2006 Munibe 57 (1): 463-8
  • Patrice Méniel
H6/KE [MUNIBE-]1132-2217in special issue 'Homenaje a Jesús Altuna'; English and Basque summaries
Boar tusks used as polishing tools in medieval times2005/2006 Munibe 57 (1): 477-81
  • Hanns-Hermann Müller
  • Ralf-Jürgen Prillof
H6/KE [MUNIBE-]1132-2217in special issue 'Homenaje a Jesús Altuna'; English and Basque summaries
Commercial growth and environmental change in early modern Japan: Hachinohe's wild boar famine of 17492001 Journal of Asian studies 60 (2): 329-51
  • Brett L. Walker
0021-9118
An ethnoarchaeological analysis of Paiwan (Taiwan) snare hunting: methodological discussion of the interpretation of faunal remains2000 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology. Osaka 25 (2): 151-76
  • Atsushi Nobayashi
0385-180XEnglish summary