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Identifying Animal Bones: An Introduction

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Identifying Animal Bones: An Introduction

A non-accredited History and Heritage course.

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CLL 22/23_NA_162
Course Description

Animal bone is one of the most common finds recovered on archaeological sites. But how do we identify these bones, and what can they tell us about our history? With a focus on York, this session will introduce methods of working with archaeological animal bone, and how we can use it to explore the various roles animals played in human lives, including in diet, ecology and craft practices. The course will include practical elements.

Tutor: Clare Rainsford MA MSc PhD


Term: Summer

Day: Saturday

Start Date: 29 April 2023

Time: 10am-4.30pm

No. of weeks: 1

Full fee: £49

Location: University of York Campus, Classroom-based

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