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Archaeozoological analysis of ancient Nadin-Gradina (Croatia)


Trbojević Vukičević, Tajana; Frances Kaloyianni, Olivia; Kužir, Snježana; Čelhar, Martina
Archaeozoological analysis of ancient Nadin-Gradina (Croatia) // ANATOMIA HISTOLOGIA EMBRYOLOGIA
Hanover, Njemačka, 2018. str. 76-76 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Archaeozoological analysis of ancient Nadin-Gradina (Croatia)

Autori
Trbojević Vukičević, Tajana ; Frances Kaloyianni, Olivia ; Kužir, Snježana ; Čelhar, Martina

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

Izvornik
ANATOMIA HISTOLOGIA EMBRYOLOGIA / - , 2018, 76-76

Skup
32nd Conference of the European Associations of Veterinary Anatomists

Mjesto i datum
Hanover, Njemačka, 25-28. 07. 2018

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
archaeozoology, Nadin-Gradina

Sažetak
Introduction: Located in the central part of Ravni Kotari (Northern Dalmatia, Croatia), the ancient site of Nadin-Gradina (Nedinum) occupies a vast area of 32.6 ha, making it one of the largest hillfort complexes in ancient Liburnia. Nadin-Gradina was an economic, cultural and administrative center of one of the largest Liburnian territories. By the early first millennium A.D., Nadin-Gradina was transformed into a formal Roman municipium, but it appears to have declined during Late Antiquity. In the later part of the Medieval era, the site regained prominence and was ultimately influenced by Venetian and Ottoman expansion. Material and Methods: In the Department of Anatomy, Histology and Embryology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Zagreb, Croatia, an archaeozoological analysis was carried out from the 2017. excavation session, as a part of a project “Ravni Kotari: Urbanization and Landscape Change in Northern Dalmatia“. The analysis comprises of determination of bone element, side of the body, taxon, sex and age if it is possible, and recognized pathological and taphonomical changes. Results: From about 4 600 bone, teeth and horn fragments, 33.2% were determined by bone element and species. In all periods the majority of bone fragments belongs to cattle and small ruminants, while the pigs are usually the third most frequent species. In addition, fragments of species such as horse, mule and dogs were present, as well as some wild animal species like wild boar, red and roe deer and hare. The bones of birds, fish and turtles were also determined. Cut marks, chopped bone and other traces of butchery were found mostly on long bones diaphysis and vertebrae, as well as traces of carnivore teeth. Conclusion: These findings will fulfill the whole picture of the way of life, such as butchery methods, diet and hunting of Nadin people through different periods.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski



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Trbojević Vukičević, Tajana; Frances Kaloyianni, Olivia; Kužir, Snježana; Čelhar, Martina
Archaeozoological analysis of ancient Nadin-Gradina (Croatia) // ANATOMIA HISTOLOGIA EMBRYOLOGIA
Hanover, Njemačka, 2018. str. 76-76 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Trbojević Vukičević, T., Frances Kaloyianni, O., Kužir, S. & Čelhar, M. (2018) Archaeozoological analysis of ancient Nadin-Gradina (Croatia). U: ANATOMIA HISTOLOGIA EMBRYOLOGIA.
@article{article, year = {2018}, pages = {76-76}, keywords = {archaeozoology, Nadin-Gradina}, title = {Archaeozoological analysis of ancient Nadin-Gradina (Croatia)}, keyword = {archaeozoology, Nadin-Gradina}, publisherplace = {Hanover, Njema\v{c}ka} }

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