Animal bones are often among the most numerous bioarchaeological remains found on archaeological sites. They provide information on diet, domestication and husbandry, ritual and sporting activities and the use of skin, bone, horn and antler for artefact manufacture. In addition, incremental information from large samples of bones and teeth has the potential to contribute to a broader understanding of seasonality and environmental reconstruction.
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