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Ancient pets. The health, diet and diversity of cats, dogs and monkeys from the Red Sea port of Berenice (Egypt) in the 1st-2nd centuries AD2020 World archaeology 52 (4): 639-53
  • Marta Osypinska
  • MichaƂ Skibniewski
  • Piotr Osypinski
H6/KE [WORLD-]1470-1375
The dispersal of the domestic cat: paleogenetic and zooarchaeological evidence2020 Near Eastern Archaeology 83 (1): 38-45
  • Claudio Ottoni
  • Wim Van Neer
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]0006-0895
Die Taube zieht mit dem Hund in den Krieg. Tiere im Ersten Weltkrieg2018 Mitteilungen der anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien 148: 191-202
  • Anna Bauer
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGISCHE GESELLSCHAFT IN WIEN. Mitteilungen-]0066-4693in thematic issue 'Bewaffnete Konflikte - Ersehnter Friede' with introduction by K Grömer and H Mückler, 1-10; English summary
No room to swing a cat? Animal treatment and urban space in Singapore2016 Southeast Asian studies 5 (2): 305-29
  • Ying-kit Chan
H6/KWY [SOUTHEAST-]0563-8682
Experimental study of bone modification by captive caracal (Caracal caracal); a model for fossil assemblage analysis2015 Journal of archaeological science 62: 92-104
  • Brigette F. Cohen
  • Job M. Kibii
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
More evidence for cat taming at the predynastic elite cemetery of Hierakonpolis (Upper Egypt)2014 Journal of archaeological science 45: 103-11
  • Bea De Cupere
  • Renée Friedman
  • Veerle Linseele
  • Wim Van Neer
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Comparative analysis of bone modification patterns produced by two South American carnivores: the Geoffroy's cat (Leopardus Geoffory) and the Pampas fox (Lycalopex gymnocercus). Contributions to the identification of the action of small carnivores in the archaeological record2014 Magallania 42 (1): 163-82
  • Cristian A. Kaufmann
  • Daniel J. Rafuse
  • María A. Gutiérrez
  • María C. Álvarez
  • Mariela E. González
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0718-0209English summary
The cat of the post-partum (Quatus nifâs). A cultural expression of post-partum disorders (Tunisia)2013 L'Autre: cliniques, cultures et sociétés 14 (3): 342-8
  • Najib Djaziri
H6 [AUTRE-]1626-5378English and Spanish summaries
Cats of the pharaohs: genetic comparison of Egyptian cat mummies to their feline contemporaries2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (10): 3217-23
  • Edward Bleiberg
  • Jennifer D. Kurushima
  • Joan Knudsen
  • Robert A. Grahn
  • Salima Ikram
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Legends about the lot of cats and dogs2010 Zhivaia Starina (NS) 4: 36-8
  • Gennadii Lopatin
H6/KVY [ZHIVAIA-]0204-3432
Time and space in the folk animal tale (on the example of stories with the cat motif)2010 Literatura ludowa 54 (1): 15-25
  • Paulina Sekita
H6/KVM [LITERATURA-]0024-4708English summary
The cat: an unforeseeable project according to Bruno Latour2009 Konteksty 63 (4): 166-73, 196
  • Maja Kostecka
H6/KVM [POLSKA-]1230-6142English summary
Grief at the loss of a pet - As exemplified by the cat2008 Arv: Nordic yearbook of folklore 64: 61-100
  • Anders Gustavsson
Diabetes in people, cats, and dogs: biomedicine and manifold ontologies2008 Medical anthropology 27 (4): 324-52
  • Melanie Rock
  • Patricia Babinec
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740
Caterwauling and demon raising: the ancient rite of the Taghairm?2007-2010 Scottish studies 35: 174-208
  • Andrew E.M. Wiseman
Evidence for early cat taming in Egypt2007 Journal of archaeological science 34 (12): 2081-90
  • Stan Hendrickx
  • Veerle Linseele
  • Wim Van Neer
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Le site rupestre de Guelta Oukas (Maroc)2003 Almogaren 34: 79-111
  • Alain Rodrigue
  • Claude Blanc
  • Werner Pichler
English and German summaries
The howl and the pussy: feral cats and wild dogs in the Australian imagination1999 The Australian journal of anthropology 10 (3): 288-305
  • Nicholas Smith
H6/ KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811
Paviane im Fezzan1997 Almogaren 28: 235-8
  • Friedrich Berger
Sylvester the cat ? Foodstuff and the perception of 'wild' in lower Andalousia1996 Techniques et cultures 27: 1-24, 187, 189
  • Dominique Fournier
*H6 [TECHNIQUES-]0248-6016English and Spanish summaries