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Pleistocene to Holocene transition on the Eastern Adriatic coast: evidence from avian archaeozoology


Oros Sršen, Ankica; Zaher, Marta; Miracle, Preston Thor
Pleistocene to Holocene transition on the Eastern Adriatic coast: evidence from avian archaeozoology // The archaeology of Human-Bird Interactions, A Conference in Honour of Dale Serjeantson / Abarella, U. (ur.).
Sheffield, UK: University of Sheffield, 2018. str. 11-11 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Pleistocene to Holocene transition on the Eastern Adriatic coast: evidence from avian archaeozoology

Autori
Oros Sršen, Ankica ; Zaher, Marta ; Miracle, Preston Thor

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
The archaeology of Human-Bird Interactions, A Conference in Honour of Dale Serjeantson / Abarella, U. - Sheffield, UK : University of Sheffield, 2018, 11-11

Skup
9th ICAZ Bird Working Group Meeting

Mjesto i datum
Sheffield, UK, 08.-11.06. 2018

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
birds, subsistence, taphonomy, Late Pleistocene, Holocene

Sažetak
On the eastern Adriatic coast many sites contain avifaunal remains, but only few have abundant bird remains in combination with long stratigraphic sequence. In order to get insight into bird use by humans from the Late Upper Palaeolithic to the Neolithic on the eastern Adriatic coast, we compiled and compared avifaunal records from two cave sites on different sides of the Adriatic Sea: Ljubićeva pećina in southern Istria and Vela spila on the western part of the island of Korčula. Both sites have almost continuous stratigraphy from the Late Pleistocene to the Holocene with cultural remains that span from the Late Upper Palaeolithic to the Bronze Age. Anthropogenic surface modifications such as cut marks, peeling marks and burned bones were recorded on the bird bones from both sites, indicating humans as important accumulation agents of the birds. Similar patterns were observed: relative abundant anthropogenic surface modifications in the Late Upper Palaeolithic levels, compared to rare modifications in the Neolithic levels. However, Mesolithic levels were recorded only in Vela spila and they were characterised by increased anthropogenic surface modifications compared to the Late Upper Palaeolithic levels.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Geologija, Arheologija



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Projekt / tema
101-2690680-2270 - Korelacija paleolitika mezolitika i neolitika kontinentalne i primorske Hrvatske (Dejana Brajković, )

Ustanove
Hrvatska akademija znanosti i umjetnosti

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Oros Sršen, Ankica; Zaher, Marta; Miracle, Preston Thor
Pleistocene to Holocene transition on the Eastern Adriatic coast: evidence from avian archaeozoology // The archaeology of Human-Bird Interactions, A Conference in Honour of Dale Serjeantson / Abarella, U. (ur.).
Sheffield, UK: University of Sheffield, 2018. str. 11-11 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Oros Sršen, A., Zaher, M. & Miracle, P. (2018) Pleistocene to Holocene transition on the Eastern Adriatic coast: evidence from avian archaeozoology. U: Abarella, U. (ur.)The archaeology of Human-Bird Interactions, A Conference in Honour of Dale Serjeantson.
@article{article, editor = {Abarella, U.}, year = {2018}, pages = {11-11}, keywords = {birds, subsistence, taphonomy, Late Pleistocene, Holocene}, title = {Pleistocene to Holocene transition on the Eastern Adriatic coast: evidence from avian archaeozoology}, keyword = {birds, subsistence, taphonomy, Late Pleistocene, Holocene}, publisher = {University of Sheffield}, publisherplace = {Sheffield, UK} }