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Gaál, István (1931): A háziasítás legkezdetlegesebb fokának bizonyítékai a Tisza-parti ásatásokbol 7(1-2), 232-235

Gaál, István (1931): A Hódmezövásárhelyi neolitkori Telep Gerinces Maradványai. Knochenreste der neolithischen Ansiedlung von Hódmezövásárhely. - Annales historico-naurales Musei nationalis hungarici 27, 259-277

Gaastra, Jane Sanford / Cristiani, Emanuela / Barbaric, Vedran (2014): Herding and Hillforts in the Bronze and Iron Age Eastern Adriatic: Results of the 2007-2010 Excavations at Gradina Rat. - Vjesnik za arheologiju i historiju dalmatinsku 107, 9-30

Gaastra, Jane Sanford (2014): Shipping Sheep or Creating Cattle: Domesticate Size Changes with Greek Colonsation in Magna Graecia. - Journal of Archaeological Science 52

Gabel, Hans Helmut (1955): Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Biologie des Speckkäfers Dermestes vulpinus F. - Zeitschrift für angewandte Entomologie, 153-191

Gaborit-Chopin, Danielle (1992): Arbeiten aus Walroßelfenbein der romanischen Epoche. in: Roesdahl, Else (ed.): Wikinger Waräger Normannen – Die Skandinavier und Europa 800–1200, 204-205, Berlin

Gabriel, Ingo (1991): Christentum und Heidentum. in: Müller-Wille, Michael (ed.): Starigard/Oldenburg. Ein slawischer Herrschersitz des frühen Mittelalters in Ostholstein, 279-297, Neumünster

Gabriel, Ingo (1991): Handel und Fernverbindungen. in: Müller-Wille, Michael (ed.): Starigard/Oldenburg. Ein slawischer Herrschersitz des frühen Mittelalters in Ostholstein, 251-278, Neumünster

Gabriel, Ingo (1991): Hofkultur, Heerwesen, Burghandwerk, Hauswirtschaft. in: Müller-Wille, Michael (ed.): Starigard/Oldenburg. Ein slawischer Herrschersitz des frühen Mittelalters in Ostholstein, 181-250, Neumünster

Gaffrey, Jürgen (2008): Rätselhafte Grabbeigabe aus Hirschgeweih. in: Bérenger, Daniel & Grünewald, Christoph (eds.): Westfalen in der Bronzezeit, 99, Münster

Gagel, C. (1925): Eine Elfenbeinspeerspitze aus dem westfälischen Diluvium. - Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 1/2, 77-81

Gál, Erika & Kunst, Günther Karl (2018): Pathological Observations on Mammalian Remains from the Roman Sanctuary at Carnuntum-Mühläcker (Austria). in: Bartosiewicz, László & Gál, Erika (eds.): Care or Neglect? Evidence of Animal Disease in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 6th meeting of the Animal Palaeopathology Working Group of the International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ), Budapest, Hungary, 2016, 45-60, Oxford

Gál, Erika (2018): Preliminary results concerning the Middle Bronze Age (Vatya culture) bone tools from Kakucs-Turján, Central Hungary. in: Jaeger, Mateusz / Kulcsár, Gabriella / Taylor, Nicole / Staniuk, Robert (eds.): Kakucs-Turján, a Middle Bronze Age multi-layered fortified settlement in Central Hungary, Studien zur Archäologie in Ostmitteleuropa, 119-136, Bonn

Gál, Erika (2016): Objects made from bone, antler, and tusk from the Ottoman-Turkish fort at Barcs. in: Kovács, Gyöngyi & Zatyko, C. (eds.): "per sylvam et per lacus nimios" The Medieval and Ottoman Period in Southern Transdanubia, Southwest Hungary: the Contribution of the Natural Sciences, Budapest

Gál, Erika (2015): Pathological conditions identified on animal bones from the Early Bronze Age sites of Kaposújlak-Várdomb and Paks-Gyapa (South Western Hungary). in: Körösi, Andrea & Szotyori-Nagy, Ágnes (eds.): Hungarian Grey, Racka, Mangalitsa. Papers presented at the international conference honouring János Matolcsi, 25–26 November 2013, 215-221, Budapest

Gál, Erika (2013): Two Bone Artefacts from the Sanctuary of Iuppiter Heliopolitanus in Carnuntum (Lower Austria). in: Lang, Felix (ed.): The Sound of Bones. Proceedings of the 8th Meeting of the ICAZ Worked Bone Research Group in Salzburg 2011, Archaeo Plus. Schriften zur Archäologie und Archäometrie der Paris Lodron-Universität Salzburg 5, 107-115, Salzburg

Gál, Erika & Bartosiewicz, László (2012): A radiocarbon-dated bone anvil from the chora of Metaponto, southern Italy. - Antiquity • Project Gallery 85(331)

Gál, Erika (2012): Bird remains from Körös culture sites in Hungary. in: Anders, Alexandra & Siklósi, Zsuzsanna (eds.): The First Neolithic Sites in Central/South-East European Transect Volume III. The Körös Culture in Eastern Hungary, British Archaeological Reports International Series 2334, 213-218, Oxford

Gál, Erika (2012): Possible evidence for hawking from a 16th century Styrian Castle (Bajcsa, Hungary). in: Raemaekers, Daan C. M. / Esser, Kinie / Lauwerier, Roel C. G. M. / Zeiler, Jörn T. (eds.): A bouquet of archaeozoological studies. Essays in honour of Wietske Prummel, Groningen Archaeological Studies 21, 172-179, Groningen

Gál, Erika (2012): The First Cock Crow: On the Occurrence and Spreading of Domestic Hen (Gallus domesticus LINNAEUS 1758) in Hungary. in: Anreiter, Peter / Bánffy, Eszter / Bartosiewicz, László / Meid, Wolfgang / Metzner-Nebelsiek, Carola (eds.): Archaeological, Cultural and Linguistic Heritage. Festschrift for Erzsébet Jerem in Honour of her 70th Birthday, 207-214, Budapest

Gál, Erika & Kovács, Gyöngyi (2011): A walrus-tusk belt plaque from an Ottoman-Turkish castle at Barcs, Hungary. - Antiquity • Project Gallery 85(329)

Gál, Erika (2011): Prehistoric antler- and bone tools from Kaposujlak-Vardomb (South-Western Hungary) with special regard to the Early Bronze Age implements. in: Baron, Justyna & Kufel-Diakowska, Bernadeta (eds.): Written in Bones. Studies on technological and social contexts of past faunal skeletal remains, 137-164, Wroclaw

Gál, Erika / Stanc, Simina Margareta / Bejenaru, Luminita (2010): Bird remains from the 10th-11th century settlement of Oltina (Dobruja, Romania). in: Prummel, Wietske / Zeiler, Jörn T. / Brinkhuizen, Dick Constantijne (eds.): Birds in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 6th Meeting of the ICAZ Bird Working Group in Groningen (23.8. - 27.8.2008), Groningen Archaeological Studies 12, 37-44, Groningen

Gál, Erika (2010): Bone Artefacts from the Neolithic and Medieval Site of Karancsság – Alsó-rét (Northern Hungary). in: Legrand-Pineau, Alexandra / Sidéra, Isabelle / Buc, Natacha / David, Eva / Scheinsohn, Vivian (eds.): Ancient and Modern Bone Artefacts from America to Russia. Cultural, technological and functional signature, British Archaeological Reports International Series 2136, 41-47, Oxford

Gál, Erika / Csippán, Péter / Daróczi-Szabó, László / Daróczi-Szabó, Márta (2010): Evidence of the crested form of domestic hen (Gallus gallus f. domestica) from three post-medieval sites in Hungary. - Journal of Archaeological Science 37, 1065-1072

Gál, Erika (2010): The Fowl in the Feast. in: Pluskowski, Aleksander G. / Kunst, Günther Karl / Kucera, Matthias / Bietak, Manfred / Hein, Irmgard (eds.): Bestial Mirrors – Using Animals to construct human Identities in medieval Europe, Animals as Material Culture in the Middle Ages 3, 100-109, Wien

Gál, Erika (2009): "I Hunt Chickens, Men Hunt Me." The Biostratinomy of a Shot Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes L.) - A Case Study. - Journal of Taphonomy 7, 147-153

Gál, Erika (2009): Relationships between People and Animals during the Early Bronze Age: preliminary Results on the Animal Bone Remains from Kaposújlak-Várdomb) South Transdanubia, Hungary). - Momoe 6, 47-63

Gál, Erika (2007): Bird Remains. in: Whittle, Alasdair (ed.): The Early Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain. Investigations of the Körös culture site of Ecsegfalva 23, County Békés. Volume I, Varia Archaeologica Hungarica 21, 361-376, Budapest

Gál, Erika (2007): Fowling in Lowlands. Neolithic and Chalcolithic Bird Exploitation in South-East Romania and the Great Hungarian Plain, Budapest

Gál, Erika (2007): Sliding on horse bones: evidence for two runners from the Middle Ages Transylvania (Central Romania), poster presented at the Worked Bone Research Group Meeting Paris 2007, Paris

Gál, Erika (2006): The Role of Archaeo-Ornithology in environmental and Animal History Studies. in: Jerem, Erszébet / Mester, Zs. / Benczes, R. (eds.): Archaeological and Cultural heritage Preservation within the Light of new Technologies, 49-61, Budapest

Gál, Erika (2005): New data on bird bone artefacts from Hungary and Romania. in: Luik, Heidi / Choyke, Alice M. / Batey, Colleen / Lougas, Lembi (eds.): From Hooves to Horns, from Mollusc to Mammoth – Manufacture and Use of Bone Artefacts from Prehistoric Times to the Present – Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of the ICAZ Worked Bone Research Group at Tallinn, 26th–31st of August 2003, Muinasaja teadus 15, 325-338, Tallinn

Gál, Erika (2005): New evidence of fowling and poultry keeping in Pannonia, Dacia and Moesia during the Period of the Roman Empire. in: Grupe, Gisela & Peters, Joris (eds.): Feathers, grit and symbolism – Birds and humans in the ancient Old and New Worlds, Documenta Archaeobiologiae 3, 303-318, Rahden

Gál, Erika & Kessler, Eugen (2003): Eneolithic bird remains from the tell site of Bordusani - Popina. in: Popovici, Dragomir Nicolae (ed.): Archaeological Pluridisciplinary Researches at Bordusani-Popina, National Museum Library Pluridisciplinary Researches Series, 141-154, Bucharest

Gál, Erika & Kessler, Eugen (2003): La Tène bird remains from the tell site of Bordusani - Popina. in: Popovici, Dragomir Nicolae (ed.): Archaeological Pluridisciplinary Researches at Bordusani-Popina, National Museum Library Pluridisciplinary Researches Series, 155-157, Bucharest

Gál, Erika (in print): "Fine feathers make fine birds": the exploitation of wild birds in medieval Hungary, Proceedings of the 10th Conference of the International Council for Archaeozoology, Mexico City 2006

Gala, Monica & Tagliacozzo, Antonio (2010): The avifauna from Late Glacial archaeological sites in Italy: a tentative synthesis. in: Prummel, Wietske / Zeiler, Jörn T. / Brinkhuizen, Dick Constantijne (eds.): Birds in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 6th Meeting of the ICAZ Bird Working Group in Groningen (23.8. - 27.8.2008), Groningen Archaeological Studies 12, 205-218, Groningen

Gala, Monica / Raynal, Jean-Paul / Tagliacozzo, Antonio (2005): Bird remains from the Mousterian levels of Baume-Vallée (Haute-Loire. France): preliminary results. in: Grupe, Gisela & Peters, Joris (eds.): Feathers, grit and symbolism – Birds and humans in the ancient Old and New Worlds, Documenta Archaeobiologiae 3, 141-145, Rahden

Galant, Philippe & Holvoet, Jean-Pierre (2001): Contribution à l'étude de la grotte d'Aldène. - Spelunca 81, 23-35

Galatius, Anders / Rindom Andersen, Mai-Britt Elin / Haugan, Birgitte / Langhoff, Heidi Elisabeth / Jespersen, Åse (2006): Timing of epiphyseal development in the flipper skeleton of the harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) as an indicator of paedomorphosis. - Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 87, 77-82

Galatius, Anders & Kinze, Carl Christian (2003): Ankylosis patterns in the postcranial skeleton and hyoid bones of the harbour porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) in the Baltic and North Sea. - Canadian Journal of Zoology

Galik, Alfred / Schludermann, Manuela M. / Forstenpointner, Gerhard (2018): Osteologische Unterscheidungsmerkmale am Skelett der Vorderextremität von Goldschakal (Canis aureus Linné, 1758) und Rotfuchs (Vulpes vulpes Linné, 1758). - Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien A 120, 398-414

Galik, Alfred / Mohandesan, Elmira / Forstenpointner, Gerhard / Scholz, Ute Maria / Ruiz, Emily / Krenn, Martin / Burger, Pamela (2015): A Sunken Ship of the Desert at the River Danube in Tulln, Austria. - Public Library of Science one

Galik, Alfred (2015): Archäozoologische Untersuchungen zu den Gurina-Funden. in: Gamper, Peter (ed.): Gurina. Die römische Stadt aus der Zeit der Eroberung des Noricums. Teil II 83/II, 370-439, Klagenfurt

Galik, Alfred / Haidvogel, Gertrud / Bartosiewicz, László / Guti, Gabor / Jungwirth, Mathias (2015): Fish remains as a source to reconstruct long-term changes of fish communities in the Austrian and Hungarian Danube. - Aquatic Sciences 77(3), 337-354

Galik, Alfred (2014): Fischknochen – ein Fenster in die Vergangenheit. in: Jungwirth, Mathias / Haidvogel, Gertrud / Hohensinner, Severin / Waidbacher, Herwig / Zauner, Gerald (eds.): Österreichs Donau. Landschaft – Fisch – Geschichte, 183-218, Wien

Galik, Alfred (2013): Barçın Höyük Zooarchaeology Data, open context data table, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6078/M7MS3QN7

Galik, Alfred (2013): Die frühkaiserzeitlichen Fischreste von der Keplerwiese in Linz. - Linzer Archäologische Forschungen 43, 79-81

Galik, Alfred / Forstenpointner, Gerhard / Weissengruber, Gerald E. (2012): Archäozoologische Befunde zur Jagd und Viehwirtschaft in Limyra. in: Seyer, Martin (ed.): 40 Jahre Grabung Limyra. Akten des interntionalen Symposions Wien, 3.–5. Dezember 2009, 163-168, Wien

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