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Why does Zeus care about burnt tightbones from sheep? Defining the divine and structuring the world through animal sacrifice in Greece2019 History of religions 58 (3): 225-50
  • Gunnel Ekroth
H6/KFO [HISTORY-]0018-2710in special issue 'Animal sacrifice and Christian traditions'
Burnt human and animal remains from the late bronze age cemetery of Žadovinek near Krško, Slovenia2017 Arheološki vestnik 68: 105-16
  • Borut Toškan
  • Mateja Kovač
H6/KE [ARHEOLOSKI-]0570-8966in thematic section 'Prehistory'; English summary
Fires at Neumark-Nord 2, Germany: an analysis of fire proxies from a last interglacial middle palaeolithic basin site2016 Journal of field archaeology 41 (5): 603-17
  • Alejandro García-Moreno
  • Eduard Pop
  • Erica van Hees
  • Geoff Smith
  • Wim Kijper
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Thermal alteration of small mammal from El Guanaco 2 site (Argentina): an experimental approach to armadillos bone remains (Cingulata, Dasypodidae)2014 Journal of archaeological science 44: 22-9
  • Rodrigo Vecchi
  • Romina Frontini
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Accessing hunter-gatherer site structures using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy: applications at a Taltheilei settlement in the Canadian sub-Arctic2013 Journal of archaeological science 40 (4): 1731-42
  • Don H. Butler
  • Peter C. Dawson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Charcoal scarcity in Epigravettian settlements with mammoth bone dwellings: the taphonomic evidence from Mezhyrich (Ukraine)2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (1): 109-20
  • H. Valladas
  • L. Marquer
  • P. Haesaerts
  • T. Otto
  • V. Lebreton
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Remains of human fire-use: an overview of paleolithic hearth and human fire-use behavior2012 Acta anthropologica sinica 31 (1): 24-40
  • Chun-xue Wang
  • Xing Gao
  • Ying Guan
  • Zhen-yu Zhou
H6/HB [ACTA-]1000-3139English summary
The chronology of Lithuania's neolithic and early metal age in the light of new radiometric data2012 Lietuvos archeologija 38: 11-52
  • Gytis Piličiauskas
H6/KE [LIETUVOS-]0207-8694English summary
Multidimensional GIS modeling of magnetic mineralogy as a proxy for fire use and spatial patterning: evidence from the middle stone age bearing sea cave of Pinnacle Point 13B (Western Cape, South Africa)2010 Journal of human evolution 59 (3/4): 306-20
  • Andy I.R. Herries
  • Erich C. Fischer
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'The Middle Stone Age at Pinnacle Point Site 13B, a coastal cave near Mossel Bay (Western Cape Province, South Africa)'
Burned bone in the Howieson's Poort and post-Howieson's Poort middle stone age deposits at Sibidu (South Africa): behavioural and taphonomic implications2010 Journal of archaeological science 37 (10): 2650-61
  • Bertrand Ligouis
  • Jamie L. Clark
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
A new approach to study the fuel used in hearths by hunter-gatherers at the upper palaeolithic site of Abri Pataud (Dordogne, France)2010 Journal of archaeological science 37 (11): 2735-46
  • L. Chiotti
  • L. Marquer
  • R. Nespoulet
  • T. Otto
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Burning wood or burning bone? A reconsideration of flotation evidence from upper palaeolithic (Gravettian) sites in the Moravian corridor2010 Journal of archaeological science 37 (11): 2799-811
  • Alexander G. Pullen
  • Alexander J.E. Pryor
  • David G. Beresford Jones
  • Jiří Svoboda
  • Katherine Johnson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Excavation to Nanzhuangtou site in Xushui county, Hebei in19972010 Kaogu Xuebao (3): 361-92, plates i-iv
  • Baoding Municipal Administration of Cultural Relics
  • Hebei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics
  • School of History and Culture Shanxi University
  • Xushui County Office for the Preservation of Ancient Monuments
H6/KE [KAOGU XUEBAO-]0453-2902English summary
Intentional or incidental thermal modification? Analysing site occupation via burned bone2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (2): 528-36
  • Brit Asmussen
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The application of a new method of Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy to the analysis of burned bone2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (3): 910-14
  • Marie Gauthier
  • Meez Islam
  • T. J. U. Thompson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Arson or accident? The burning of a neolithic house at Çatalhöyük, Turkey2008 Journal of field archaeology 33 (1): 41-57
  • Amy Bogaard
  • Doru Bogdan
  • Katheryn C. Twiss
  • Michael P. Charles
  • Tristan Carter
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Examining histology to identify bone2007 Journal of archaeological science 34 (11): 1902-13
  • Chester R. Cain
  • Megan Hanson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Using burned animal bone to look at middle stone age occupation and behavior2005 Journal of archaeological science 32 (6): 873-84
  • Chester R. Cain
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Selective hunting of pine marten, Martes martes in late mesolithic Denmark2005 Journal of archaeological science 32 (8): 1223-31
  • Jane Richter
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Burnt animal sacrifice at the Mycenaean [Palace of Nestor], Pylos2002 Antiquity 76 (291): 86-92
  • Jack Davis
  • Paul Halstead
  • Sharon Stocker
  • Valasia Isaakidou
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Alteration of otolith aragonite: effects of prehistoric cooking methods on otolith chemistry2002 Journal of archaeological science 29 (3): 291-9
  • C. Fred
  • Douglas E. Crowe
  • T. Andrus
Prehistoric butchery and consumption of birds in the Kingdom of Tonga, South Pacific2002 Journal of archaeological science 29 (6): 571-84
  • Aimee Plourde
  • David V. Burley
  • David W. Steadman
Distinguishing remains of human cremations from burned animal bones2001 Journal of field archaeology 28 (3/4): 437-48
  • Thomas R. Whyte
Cremation practices and the survival of ancient DNA: burnt bone analyses via RAPD-mediated PCR2000 Anthropologischer Anzeiger 58 (3): 237-51
  • Carsten M. Pusch
  • Martina Broghammer
  • Michael Scholz
0003-5548German summary
The Five Feature site (AZ CC:7:55 [ASM]): evidence for a prehistoric rabbit drive in southeastern Arizona1999 Kiva 65 (2): 103-24
  • Kari M. Schmidt
0023-1940Spanish summary