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This course builds on the expertise and experience of staff in the Department, and on the important position that York holds in zooarchaeology research. The course combines seminars and detailed hands-on training in all aspects of animal bone studies, and an exploration of the role that animals have played in the human past. It is intended particularly for students with backgrounds in archaeology and anthropology who wish to further their study of the archaeology of relations between people and other animals, and for graduates in disciplines such as biology, geography, and geology who wish to extend their studies into a specialised area of archaeological research.

This course builds on the expertise and experience of staff in the Department, and on the important position that York holds in zooarchaeology research. The course combines seminars and detailed hands-on training in all aspects of animal bone studies, and an exploration of the role that animals have played in the human past. It is intended particularly for students with backgrounds in archaeology...

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