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Palaeolithic Archaeozoology

Advances on hunter-gatherer’s subsistence

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Veröffentlicht am Donnerstag, 10. April 2014 bei Rémi Boivin

Zusammenfassung

During the last years, archaeozoological studies carried out on palaeolithic assemblages have shown a great improvement in several topics of special interest regarding the subsistence behaviour of ancient human societies, the development of economic systems and social and Taphonomical studies, experimental archaeology and ethological and ethnological information have provided a great amount of new interpretative procedures about past human societies which need to be updated.This session aims to propose integrated approaches allowing new insights about the livelihoods of Palaeolithic human groups whatever the geographical area and the chronology concerned.

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Argument

During the last years, archaeozoological studies carried out on palaeolithic assemblages have shown a great improvement in several topics of special interest regarding the subsistence behaviour of ancient human societies, the development of economic systems and social and territorial structure of different hominid species evolving during this long time period.
The studies about the scavenging, food-sharing, role of small-game preys, exploitation of aquatic and aerial resources, anthropophagy, origin of specialized hunting, collective apprehension of herds, site functionality, intensive use of preys, differed consumption, interaction with other predators, or change of faunal spectra related with the environment are some of the topics that fit well with this session.
Taphonomical studies, experimental archaeology and ethological and ethnological information have provided a great amount of new interpretative procedures about past human societies which need to be updated.
On the other hand, theoretical and methodological perspectives applied to the study of the way of life of prehistoric human groups also requires further analysis, discussing the independence degree of economic and social decisions that these groups adopted in every circumstance and time.
This session aims to propose integrated approaches allowing new insights about the livelihoods of Palaeolithic human groups whatever the geographical area and the chronology concerned.

Submission guidelines

30 April 2014 : deadline to propose oral communication and/or posters to the organizers

Session Palaeolithic Archaeozoology

Modalités de soumission

Toutes les communications du congrès seront adressées aux organisateurs de séances et via notre web www.burgos2014uispp.com avant le 30 avril 2014 en indiquant les données suivantes (en anglais) : titre, nom de l’auteur (ou responsable s’il s’agit d’une équipe), e­mail, institution de référence, résumé et mots clé.

Les participants au congrès doivent indiquer avant le 31 mai 2014 dans quelles sessions ils désirent inclure leurs communications et/ou posters..

Session B35­ Archéozoologie paléolithique. Nouveaux regards sur la subsistance des sociétés de chasseurs­ collecteurs

Organisateurs

  • Juan Carlos DÍEZ FERNÁNDEZ ­LOMANA

Departamento de Ciencias Históricas y Geografía
Facultad de Humanidades y Educación
C/ Villadiego s/n
09001 BURGOS (Espagne)
clomana@ubu.es 

  • Jean ­Philip BRUGAL

MMSH ­ LAMPEA
5, rue du Château de l'Horloge
B.P. 647
13094 AIX­en­PROVENCE Cedex 2
brugal@mmsh.univ­aix.fr

Orte

  • Burgos, Spanien

Daten

  • Mittwoch, 30. April 2014

Schlüsselwörter

  • zooarchaeology, taphonomy, palaeolithic, subsistence

Kontakt

  • Jean-Philip Brugal
    courriel : brugal [at] mmsh [dot] univ-aix [dot] fr

Informationsquelle

  • Dominique Commelin
    courriel : dominique [dot] commelin [at] univ-amu [dot] fr

Zitierhinweise

« Palaeolithic Archaeozoology », Beitragsaufruf, Calenda, Veröffentlicht am Donnerstag, 10. April 2014, https://calenda.org/281481

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