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Animals as social actors: cases of equid resistance in the ancient Near East2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (4): 593-606
  • Laerke Recht
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Rethinking the dental morphological differences between domestic equids2019 Journal of archaeological science 101: 140-8
  • Richard Chuang
  • Vincent Bonhomme
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The donkey in the narrative culture and changing sociohistorical epistemology2018 Studia mythologica slavica 21: 237-52
  • Monika Kropej Telban
H6/KVP [STUDIA-]1408-6271in special section 'Beyond the dichotomy of nature and culture: ontologies and epistemologies'; Slovenian summary
New osteological criteria for the identificatlion of domestic horses, donkeys and their hybrids in archaeological contexts2018 Journal of archaeological science 94: 12-20
  • Corentin Bochaton
  • Pauline Hanot
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Zonkey: a simple, accurate and sensitive pipeline to genetically identify equine F1 hybrids in archaeological assemblages2017 Journal of archaeological science 78: 147-57
  • Andaine Seguin-Orlando
  • Antoine Fages
  • Charleen Gaunitz
  • Marjan Mashkour
  • Mikkel Schubert
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Identifying domestic horses, donkeys and hybrids from archaeological deposits: a 3D morphological investigation on skeletons2017 Journal of archaeological science 78: 88-98
  • Claude Guintard
  • Pauline Hanot
  • Raphaël Cornette
  • Sébastien Leptez
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Equine mortality profile analysis of Xujiayao site, China2017 Acta anthropologica sinica (1): 62-73
  • Henry T. Bunn
  • Jingshu Li
  • Shuangquan Zhang
  • Xing Gao
H6/HB [ACTA-]1000-3139English summary
Animal remains from the Sidon medieval ditch, 'College Site', Lebanon2016 Berytus 56: 131-5
  • Jwana Chahoud
H6/KE [BERYTUS-]
Equine cranial morphology and the identification of riding and chariotry in late Bronze Age Mongolia2015 Antiquity 89 (346): 854-71
  • Jamsranjav Bayarsaikhan
  • Tumurbaatar Tuvshinjargal
  • William Timothy Treal Taylor
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The description and symbolic value of the unicorn in French literature of the 12th and 13th centuries2015 Ethno-anthropological problems journal 10 (2): 461-85
  • Marija Panić
H6/KVP [ETNOANTROPOLOSKI PROBLEMI Casopis -]0353-1589English and French summaries
Bone taphonymy of the Schöningen 'spear horizon south' and its implications for site formation and hominin meat provisioning2015 Journal of human evolution 89: 154-71
  • Britt M. Starkovich
  • Nicholas J. Conard
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'Excavations at Schöningen: new insights into middle Pleistocene lifeways in northern Europe'
The larger mammal fauna from the lower paleolithic Schöningen Spear site and its contribution to hominin subsistence2015 Journal of human evolution 89: 138-53
  • Elfi Buhrs
  • Ivo Verheijen
  • Thijs Van Kolfschoten
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'Excavations at Schöningen: new insights into middle Pleistocene lifeways in northern Europe'
Investigation of equid paleodiet from Schöningen 13 II-4 through dental wear and isotopic analyses: archaeological implications2015 Journal of human evolution 89: 129-37
  • Florent Rivals
  • Jordi Serangeli
  • Margot Kuitems
  • Marie-Anne Julien
  • Thijs Van Kolfschoten
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'Excavations at Schöningen: new insights into middle Pleistocene lifeways in northern Europe'
A new approach for deciphering between single and multiple accumulation events using intra-tooth isotopic variations: application to the middle Pleistocene bone bed of Schöningen 13 II-42015 Journal of human evolution 89: 114-28
  • Florent Rivals
  • Hervé Bocherens
  • Jordi Serangeli
  • Marie-Anne Julien
  • Nicholas J. Conard
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'Excavations at Schöningen: new insights into middle Pleistocene lifeways in northern Europe'
Broad spectrum or specialised activity? Birds and tortoises at the epipalaeolithic site of Wadi Jilat 22 in the eastern Jordan steppe2013 Antiquity 87 (337): 649-65
  • Andrew Garrard
  • Louise Martin
  • Yvonne Edwards
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Broad spectrum or specialised activity? Birds and tortoises at the Epipalaeolithic site of Wadi Jilat 22 in the eastern Jordan steppe2013 Antiquity 87 (337): 649-65
  • Andrew Garrard
  • Louise Martin
  • Yvonne Edwards
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
First evidence of Equus asinus L. in the chalcolithic disputes the Phoenicians as the first to introduce donkeys into the Iberian peninsula2013 Journal of archaeological science 40 (12): 4483-90
  • João Cardoso
  • Julia T. Vilstrup
  • Ludovic Orlando
  • Véra Eisenmann
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Identifying donkey domestication through changes in cross-sectional geometry of long bones2013 Journal of archaeological science 40 (12): 4170-9
  • Fiona Marshall
  • Joris Peters
  • Laura Shackelfold
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Testing analogical taphonomic signatures in bone breaking: a comparison between hammerstone-broken equid and bovid bones2011 Archaeometry 53 (5): 996-1011
  • M. Domínguez-Rodrigo
  • S. De Juana
H6/KE [ARCHAEOMETRY-]0003-813X
Neolithic figurines manufactured from phalanges of equids from Dja'de el Mughara, Syria2009 Journal of field archaeology 34 (3): 319-35
  • Eric Coquegniot
  • Lionel Gourichon
  • Rozalia Christidou
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Recent prehistoric field research in central Tunisia: prehistoric occupations in the Meknassy Basin2008 African archaeological review 25 (1/2): 75-85
  • L. Belhoucet
  • N. Aouadi-Abdeljaouad
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in special issue 'Modern human dispersals, environments and cultural change in the late pleistocene of northwest Africa'; French summary
A middle palaeolithic bone tool from Crimea (Ukraine)2008 Antiquity 82 (318): 843-52
  • Ariane Burke
  • Francesco d'Errico
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Applying dynamics and comparing life tables for plesitocene equidae in anthropic (Bau de l'Aubesier, Combe-Grenal) and carnivore (Fouvent) contexts woth modern feral horse population (Akagera, Pryor Mountain)2006 Journal of archaeological science 33 (2): 176-84
  • Jean-Luc Guadelli
  • Philippe Fernandez
  • Philippe Fosse
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Review of horses in paleoindian sites of the Americas2004 Anthropologischer Anzeiger 62 (1): 11-35
  • Mario Pichardo
0003-5548German summary
Immunoglobulin G in 1.6 million-year-old fossil bones from Venta Micena (Granada, Spain)2002 Journal of archaeological science 29 (2): 167-75
  • Concepcion Borja
  • Enrique G. Olivares
  • Jesus M. Torres
0305-4403
Hippidion saldiasi Roth, 1899 (Equidae, Perissodactyla), at the Piedra Museo site (Santa Cruz, Argentina): its implications for the regional economy and environmental reconstruction2001 Journal of archaeological science 28 (4): 411-19
  • Jose L. Prado
  • Laura Miotti
  • Maria T. Alberdi
0305-4403
Les équidés des figurations rupestres sahariennes1996 Anthropologie, Brno 34 (1/2): 185-202
  • Alfred Muzzolini
English summary