June 2020 The report on Roman dog hole can be found here thanks to @PalaeoHan
A press release for the exciting head and hooves burial from Lechlade
Congratulations to everyone @SheffieldZooarchaeologyLab who organised publication of the first volume of the 9th Bird Working Group at Sheffield in 2018… including an article on Legends, Legions and the Roman Eagle!
06/11 New blog as the zooarchaeology part of the FeedSax project gets started: here
20/09 New paper available! Beyond food: Placing animals in the framework of social change in post-Roman England
11/09 The official start to the FeedSax project. For full details see the official website
27/01 Went to the chicken conference today – truly inspiring… learning about all things chicken and the many diverse ways they translate past cultures into the human story
It is the Roman Caistor conference tomorrow… Town of the Iceni…. looking forward to giving a talk on the animals and their role in the town
Exciting find! piece of whale bone from a middle Iron Age-early Roman site in Northamptonshire
The report on Doghole is nearly finished – Late Iron Age and Roman deliberate depositions into a cave… lots of neonates and cattle lower leg bones, oh and dogs of course
Taken delivery of the first lot of bones from Lindisfarne, Green shiel site for assessment – will it turn out to be Europe’s first excavated vellum production site?