Dogs in funerary contexts during the Middle Neolithic in the northeastern Iberian Peninsula (5th–early 4th millennium BCE)

@inproceedings{Albizuri2019DogsIF,
  title={Dogs in funerary contexts during the Middle Neolithic in the northeastern Iberian Peninsula (5th–early 4th millennium BCE)},
  author={Silvia Albizuri and Jordi Nadal and Patr{\'i}cia Mart{\'i}n and Juan Francisco Gibaja and Araceli Mart{\'i}n Colliga and Xavier Murgia Esteve and Xavier Oms and Miquel Mart{\'i} and Roser Pou and Diego L{\'o}pez-Onaindia and Maria Eul{\`a}lia Subir{\`a}},
  year={2019}
}
Abstract In this article, a zooarchaeological and isotopic analysis is presented for 26 dog exemplars (Canis familiaris). These dogs were deposited in burial and ceremonial structures in the northeastern Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Neolithic, within the Pit Grave cultural horizon (ca. 4200–3600 cal BC). Four archaeological sites of the Catalonian coastal strip are studied: Cami de Can Grau, La Serreta, Ca l'Arnella, and Bobila Madurell (one of the most important necropolises of the… CONTINUE READING

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