Palaeoenvironmental and Archaeological Implications of Isotopic Analyses (13C, 15N) from Neolithic to Present in Qazvin Plain (Iran)

@inproceedings{Bocherens2000PalaeoenvironmentalAA,
  title={Palaeoenvironmental and Archaeological Implications of Isotopic Analyses (13C, 15N) from Neolithic to Present in Qazvin Plain (Iran)},
  author={Herv{\'e} Bocherens and Marjan Mashkour and Daniel Billiou},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract Palaeoenvironmental changes since the sixth millennium B.C. in northern Iran have been assessed through isotopic studies of archaeozoological remains from three prehistoric sites. Good quality collagen has been extracted from more than 40 bone samples from wild and domestic herbivores, boars, dogs and humans belonging to Zagheh (sixth-fifth millennium cal BC, Neolithic), Qabrestan (fourth-third millennium cal BC, Cha1colithic) and Sagzabad (second-first millennium cal BC, Iron Age… CONTINUE READING