30th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA)


Date(s) - 28/08/2024 - 31/08/2024


Roma, Italy
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Archaeozoology related sessions:
• Fish * Forms * Functions: The Importance and Societal Role of Aquatic Resources in Prehistoric Societies (session 18)
• Zoochanges: Animals as Proxies during Periods of Transition and Change (session 104)
• The Beasts Among Us: A Closer Look at Synanthropic Human-Animal Relations in the Past (session 151)
• Resilient Past, Sustainable Future: Agropastoral Societies, Food Systems, and Climate Adaptations through (Ethno)Archaeological Perspectives (session 159)
• Archaeology of Foodways: Towards a Cross-Cultural Comparative Perspective (session 184)
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• Animals in Bronze Age Europe: New Perspectives (session 369)
• What Do Animal Bones Have to Offer? Zooarchaeology and Taphonomy during the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic Transition in Southern Europe (session 398)
• Animals mediating the real and imaginary: In Search for New Understandings of Human-Animal Relationships (session 493)
• Food Storage and Security in Prehistoric Europe (session 497)
• Tracing Ovicaprine Lives: Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Sheep and Goat Husbandry (session 699)
• The Horse in Archaeology: An Interdisciplinary Approach for Uncovering Relations between Horse and Humans in the Past (session 835)
• Zooarchaeology in Transition(s): Subsistence Patterns, Cultural Changes and Continuity in European Prehistory through Old and New Tools (session 849)
• Insects for Archaeology, Archaeology for Insects: Environmental Storytellings for the Past, Present, and Future (session 861)
• From Fragments to Fusion: Reimagining mortuary Practices in Western Asia through the integration of Human and Faunal remains (session 869)
• Archaeology of Wilderness: Humans, Animals and Landscapes throughout the Holocene (session 902)
• Advanced Methodologies for Life History Reconstruction in Bioarchaeology (session 1000)
• How to Hunt? How to Herd? New Approaches to Old Questions on Human-Nonhuman/Animal Entanglements (session 1027)
• Appreciating the Archaeological Value of Preserved Faeces Using Multifaceted Methods (session 1061)
• Human environment interactions in the Eurasian steppes from prehistory to the early historical periods (session 1120)
• The Exploitation, Uses, and Representations of Marine Invertebrates (Molluscs, Crustaceans, Echinoderms) in the Roman Empire (session 1179)