Fodder: Archaeological, Historical and Ethnographic Studies|
Edited by: Michael Charles, Paul Halstead and Glynis Jones
Most of the papers in this volume were presented to a session on 'The Archaeology of Fodder' at the Easter 1995 meeting of the Association of Environmental Archaeology in Sheffield. That session and the present volume were conceived of for two related reasons. First, the feeding of livestock is a central but neglected feature of Old World farming economies. Secondly, growing interest in this topic is now being shown from an impressively broad range of specialisms within environmental archaeology.
Oxbow Books (1998) ISBN: 1900188600
|Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology is a Research Centre in the Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield.
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