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Investigating Use of Space and Human-Animal Interactions in Agricultural Built Environments: The Geo-ethnoarchaeology of Livestock Dung Investigating Use of Space and Human-Animal Interactions in Agricultural Built Environments: The Geo-ethnoarchaeology of Livestock Dung

AuthorsPortillo, Marta; Matthews, Wendy
KeywordsUse of Space
Human-Animal Interactions
Geo-ethnoarchaeology
Livestock Dung
Issue Date2020
PublisherHarrassowitz Verlag
CitationProceedings of the 11th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East: Vol. 1: Mobility in the Ancient Near East. Images in Context. Archaeology as Cultural Heritage. Engendering Near Eastern Archaeology. Societal Contexts of Religion. Shaping the Living Space : 497-508 (2020)
AbstractThere is growing recognition of the fundamental importance of the built environment in shaping lives and livelihoods, as well as the value of interdisciplinary approaches to studies of ecological and socio-cultural practices. Recent interdisciplinary research has highlighted the prevalence of livestock dung in many settlements, and ways in which it can provide key information on environment, plant and animal management, energy sources, socio-economic relations and cultural practices (Shahack-Gross 2011, and references therein). However, this ubiquitous material in many settlements ever since the domestication of herds, is regularly overlooked or missed using conventional excavation procedures, despite its worldwide economic importance.
DescriptionMarta Portillo and Wendy Matthews. "Investigating Use of Space and Human-Animal Interactions in Agricultural Built Environments: The Geo-ethnoarchaeology of Livestock Dung Investigating Use of Space and Human-Animal Interactions in Agricultural Built Environments: The Geo-ethnoarchaeology of Livestock Dung". En: Otto, Adelheid, Michael Herles, and Kai Kaniuth, eds. "Proceedings of the 11th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East: Vol. 1: Mobility in the Ancient Near East. Images in Context. Archaeology as Cultural Heritage. Engendering Near Eastern Archaeology. Societal Contexts of Religion. Shaping the Living Space". Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2020, pp. 497-508.
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