Introduced Domestic Animals in the Neolithic and Metal Age of the Philippines: Evidence From Nagsabaran, Northern Luzon

@article{Amano2013IntroducedDA,
  title={Introduced Domestic Animals in the Neolithic and Metal Age of the Philippines: Evidence From Nagsabaran, Northern Luzon},
  author={N. Amano and P. Piper and Hsiao-chun Hung and P. Bellwood},
  journal={The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology},
  year={2013},
  volume={8},
  pages={317 - 335}
}
  • N. Amano, P. Piper, +1 author P. Bellwood
  • Published 2013
  • Geology
  • The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology
  • ABSTRACT The faunal remains recovered from the Neolithic and Metal Age Nagsabaran shell midden site in Cagayan, Northern Luzon Philippines were analyzed to gain insights into the arrival of managed animal populations, subsistence patterns, and animal processing during the occupation of the site around 2000 cal BC to within the last 1,500 years. Introduced pigs are present from the earliest recognized phases of settlement, but dogs are only evident from the Late Neolithic/Metal Age onwards. The… CONTINUE READING

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