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Belgian Bioarchaeology Near East

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 210 references in this bibliography folder.

Van Neer, W, Lernau, O, Friedman, R, Mumford, G, Poblome, J, and Waelkens, M (2004).
Fish remains from archaeological sites as indicators of former trade connections in the Eastern Mediterranean
Paléorient, 30(1):101–147.

Vermoere, M (2004).
Holocene vegetation history in the territory of Sagalassos (Southwest Turkey): a palynological approach
Brepols, Turnhout. Studies in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology.

Vrydaghs, L, De Paepe, P, Rutten, K, and Haerinck, E (2004).
Phytolith analysis of ceramic thin sections, a new investigating tool. The case study of ed-Dur (Umm al-Qaiwain, U.A.E.)
The phytolitarian, 16(3):16.

Waelkens, M (2004).
The 2002 interdisciplinary and archaeometrical research at Sagalassos and in its territory
In: XIX. Arkeometri Sonuçları Toplantısı, 26-31 Mayıs 2003, Ankara, pp. 63–73, Ankara.

Arndt, A, Neer, WV, Hellemans, B, Robben, J, Volckaert, F, and Waelkens, M (2003).
Roman trade relationships at Sagalassos (Turkey) elucidated by ancient DNA of fish remains
Journal of Archaeological Science, 30(9):1095–1105.

De Cupere, B and Duru, R (2003).
Faunal remains from Neolithic Höyücek (SW-Turkey) and the presence of early domestic cattle in Anatolia
Paléorient, 29(1):107–120.

De Paepe, P, Rutten, K, Vrydaghs, L, and Haerinck, E (2003).
Petrographic, chemical and phytolith analysis of late pre-islamic ceramic from ed-Dur, Um el-Kawein (U.A.E.)
In: Archaeology of the United Arab Emirates. Proceedings of the first international conference on the archaeology of the United Arab Emirates, ed. by Potts, Daniel T. and Al-Naboodah, Hasan and Hellyer, Peter, pp. 207–229, Trident Press, London.

Dobney, K, Jaques, D, and Van Neer, W (2003).
Diet, economy and status: Evidence from the animal bones
In: Excavations at Tell Brak 4. Exploring an Upper Mesopotamian regional centre, 1994-1996, ed. by Matthews, Roger, pp. 417–430, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research / British School of Archaeology. McDonald Institute Monographs.

Ervynck, A (2003).
The Human remains
In: Excavations in Pessinus : the so-called Acropolis. From Hellenistic and Roman cemetery to Byzantine castle, ed. by Devreker, John and Thoen, H. and Vermeulen, Frank, pp. 134–148, Academia Press, Gent. Archaeological Reports Ghent University.

Ervynck, A and Sas, K (2003).
Catalogue of the graves
In: Excavations in Pessinus: the so-called Acropolis. From Hellenistic and Roman cemetery to Byzantine castle, ed. by Devreker, J. and Thoen, H. and Vermeulen, Frank, pp. 149–337, Academia Press, Gent. Archaeological Reports Ghent University.

Ervynck, A, Van Neer, W, and De Cupere, B (2003).
Animal remains from the Byzantine castle
In: Excavations in Pessinus: the so-called Acropolis. From Hellenistic and Roman cemetery to Byzantine castle, ed. by Devreker, J. and Thoen, H. and Vermeulen, Frank, pp. 375–382, Academia Press, Gent. Archaeological Reports Ghent University.

Van Neer, W (2003).
Some archaeozoological observations on Middle Punic Context BM02/1234 (p.60). In Carthage Bir Massouda: Preliminary Report on the first bilateral excavations of Ghent University and the Institut National du Patrimoine (2002-2003)
BABesch. Annual Papers on Mediterranean Archaeology, 78:43–71.

Van Peteghem, A and Braeckman, K (2003).
Pessinonte 2001, recherche paléobotanique: Etude des grains et des fruits
Anatolia Antiqua, XI:165–168.

Vermoere, M, Six, S, Poblome, J, Degryse, P, Paulissen, E, Waelkens, M, and Smets, E (2003).
Pollen sequences from the city of Sagalassos (Pisidia, southwest Turkey)
Anatolian Studies, 53:161–173.

Vermoere, M, Vanhecke, L, Waelkens, M, and Smets, E (2003).
Modern and ancient olive stands near Sagalassos (south-west Turkey) and reconstruction of the ancient agricultural landscape in two valleys
Global Ecology & Biogeography, 12(3):217–235.

Waelkens, M, Van Neer, W, De Cupere, B, and Beuls, I (2003).
Hunting and stock-breeding
In: The chora of Sagalassos. The evolution of the settlement pattern from Prehistoric until recent times, ed. by Vanhaverbeke, H. and Waelkens, M., pp. 58–60, Brepols, Turnhout. Studies in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology.

Beuls, I, Vanhecke, L, De Cupere, B, Vermoere, M, Van Neer, W, and Waelkens, M (2002).
The predictive value of dental microwear in the assessment of caprine diet
In: Archaeozoology of the Near East V. Proceedings of the fifth international symposium on archaeozoology of southwestern Asia and adjacent areas, ed. by Buitenhuis, H. and Choyke, A. M. and Mashkour, M. and Al-Shiyab, A., pp. 337–355, ARC, Groningen. ARC-publications 62.

De Cupere, B and Waelkens, M (2002).
Draught cattle and its osteological indications: the example of Sagalassos
In: Archaeozoology of the Near East V. Proceedings of the fifth International symposium on the archaeozoology of southwestern Asia and adjacent area, ed. by Buitenhuis, H. and Choyke, A.M. and Mashkour, M. and Al-Shiyab, A., pp. 305–315, ARC, Groningen. ARC-publications.

Kimpe, K, Jacobs, PA, and Waelkens, M (2002).
Mass spectrometric methods prove the use of beeswax and ruminant fat in late Roman cooking pots
Journal of Chromatography A, 968:151–160.

Vermoere, M, Bottema, S, Vanhecke, L, Waelkens, M, Paulissen, E, and Smets, E (2002).
Palynological evidence for late-Holocene human occupation recorded in two wetlands in SW Turkey
The Holocene, 12(5):569–584.

Vermoere, M, Van Thuyne, T, Six, S, Vanhecke, L, Waelkens, M, Paulissen, E, and Smets, E (2002).
Late Holocene local vegetation dynamics in the marsh of Gravgaz (southwest Turkey)
Journal of Paleolimnology, 27(4):429–451.

Waelkens, M (2002).
The 2000 archaeometrical programme at Sagalassos
In: XVII. Arkeometri Sonuçları Toplantısı, 28 Mayıs – 01 Haziran 2000, Ankara, pp. 1–10, Ankara.

De Cupere, B (2001).
Animals at ancient Sagalassos. Evidence of the faunal remains
Brepols, Turnhout. Studies in Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology.

Ervynck, A, Dobney, K, Hongo, H, and Meadow, R (2001).
Born free ? New evidence for the status of Sus scrofa at Neolithic Çayönü Tepesi (southeastern Anatolia, Turkey)
Paléorient, 27(2):47–73.

Kimpe, K, Jacobs, PA, and Waelkens, M (2001).
Analysis of oil used in late Roman oil lamps with different mass spectrometric techniques revealed the presence of predominantly olive oil together with traces of animal fat
Journal of Chromatography A, 937(1–2):87–95.

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