Haskel Greenfield
Haskel Greenfield
כתובת אימייל מאומתת בדומיין umanitoba.ca
כותרת
צוטט על ידי
צוטט על ידי
שנה
The origins of metallurgy: distinguishing stone from metal cut-marks on bones from archaeological sites
HJ Greenfield
Journal of archaeological science 26 (7), 797-808, 1999
2401999
The Secondary Products Revolution: the past, the present and the future
HJ Greenfield
World Archaeology 42 (1), 29-54, 2010
1842010
The origins of milk and wool production in the Old World: a zooarchaeological perspective from the Central Balkans [and comments]
HJ Greenfield, J Chapman, AT Clason, AS Gilbert, B Hesse, ...
Current anthropology 29 (4), 573-593, 1988
1791988
Slicing cut marks on animal bones: diagnostics for identifying stone tool type and raw material
HJ Greenfield
Journal of Field Archaeology 31 (2), 147-163, 2006
852006
Special studies: bone consumption by pigs in a contemporary Serbian village: implications for the interpretation of prehistoric faunal assemblages
HJ Greenfield
Journal of Field Archaeology 15 (4), 473-479, 1988
751988
Absolute age and tooth eruption and wear sequences in sheep and goat: determining age-at-death in zooarchaeology using a modern control sample
HJ Greenfield, ER Arnold
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (4), 836-849, 2008
712008
The origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate Southeastern Europe
ER Arnold, HJ Greenfield
Space and spatial analysis in archaeology. Calgary, 243-252, 2006
702006
The paleoeconomy of the Central Balkans (Serbia): a zooarchaeological perspective on the Late Neolithic and Bronze age (ca. 4500-1000 BC)
HJ Greenfield
BAR, 1986
701986
A reconsideration of the secondary products revolution in south-eastern Europe: on the origins and use of domestic animals for milk, wool, and traction in the central Balkans
HJ Greenfield
The zooarchaeology of fats, oils, milk and dairying, 14-31, 2005
582005
Sexing fragmentary ungulate acetabulae
HJ Greenfield
Recent advances in ageing and sexing animal bones, 68-86, 2006
572006
Fauna from the Late Neolithic of the Central Balkans: issues in subsistence and land use
HJ Greenfield
Journal of Field Archaeology 18 (2), 161-186, 1991
571991
The advent of transhumant pastoralism in the temperate southeast Europe: a zooarchaeological perspective from the Central Balkans
HJ Greenfield
Transhumant Pastoralism in Southeastern Europe: Recent Perspectives from …, 1999
471999
Being an “ass”: an Early Bronze Age burial of a donkey from Tell es-Safi/Gath, Israel
HJ Greenfield, I Shai, A Maeir
Bioarchaeology of the Near East 6, 21-52, 2012
382012
Intra-settlement social and economic organization of Ear4 Iron Age farming communities in southern Afiica: a viewfiom Ndondondwane
HJ Greenfield, L Schalkwyk
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 38 (1), 121-137, 2003
372003
The Early Bronze Age Remains at Tell eṣ-Ṣāfi/Gath: An Interim Report
I Shai, HJ Greenfield, J Regev, E Boaretto, A Eliyahu-Behar, AM Maeir
Tel Aviv 41 (1), 20-49, 2014
352014
The organization of animal production in an early urban center: the zooarchaeological evidence from Early Bronze Age Titriş Höyük, southeast Turkey
A Allentuck, HJ Greenfield
Oxbow books, 2010
352010
Distinguishing metal (steel and low-tin bronze) from stone (flint and obsidian) tool cut marks on bone: an experimental approach
HJ Greenfield
Experimental archaeology: replicating past objects, behaviors, and processes …, 2002
352002
Spatial patterning of Early Iron Age metal production at Ndondondwane, South Africa: the question of cultural continuity between the Early and Late Iron Ages
HJ Greenfield, D Miller
Journal of Archaeological Science 31 (11), 1511-1532, 2004
332004
The origins of metallurgy in the central Balkans based on the analysis of cut marks on animal bones
HJ Greenfield
Environmental Archaeology 5 (1), 93-106, 2000
332000
The effects of burrowing activity on archaeological sites: Ndondondwane, South Africa
KD Fowler, HJ Greenfield, LO van Schalkwyk
Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 19 (5), 441-470, 2004
312004
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