ANIMAL BONES AND ARCHAEOLOGY
GUIDELINES FOR BEST PRACTICE
Polydora Baker, Fay Worley, additional specialist contributors
These guidelines aim to promote high professional standards in zooarchaeological practice in project planning, excavation, reporting and achiving. The guidance supports archaeology advisors, project managers, field staff and zooarchaeologists through outlining the potential of animal bones from archaeological sites, highlighting the importance of archaeological methods and promoting understanding of zooarchaeological reports and datasets. The guidelines are supported by Supplement 1: Key Reference Resources which is also available to download from this page.
This document has been written by Polydora Baker and Fay Worley, with specialist contributions. It is intended as a working document. Comments and new information are welcomed and should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org,email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Animal Bones and Archaeology – Guidelines for Best Practice | PDF | 5.00 MB
- Animal Bones and Archaeology – Supplement 1: Key Reference Resources | PDF | 469.00 KB