ARKEO 7263

ARKEO 7263

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2018-2019.

This is a hands-on laboratory course in zooarchaeological method: the study of animal bones from archaeological sites.  It is designed to provide students with a basic grounding in identification of body part and taxon, aging and sexing, pathologies, taphonomy, and human modification.  The course will deal only with mammals larger than squirrels.  While students will work on animal bones from prehistoric Europe, most of these skills are easily transferable to the fauna of other areas, especially North America.  This is an intensive course that emphasizes laboratory skills in a realistic setting.  Students will analyze an assemblage of actual archaeological bones.  It is highly recommended that students also take the course in Zooarchaeological Interpretation (ANTHR 7264/ARKEO 7264) offered in the spring.

When Offered Fall.

Comments Co-meets with ANTHR 4263/ARKEO 4263.

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Syllabi: none
  •   Regular Academic Session.  Choose one seminar and one laboratory. Combined with: ANTHR 4263ANTHR 7263ARKEO 4263

  • 5 Credits Stdnt Opt

  • 16483ARKEO 7263  SEM 101

  • 16484ARKEO 7263  LAB 401