Archeozoological Analysis



Invertebrates: Analysis of archaeological remains of molluscs, crustacean and echinoderms. Taxonomic identification, geographic distribution, ecology, quantitation including minimum number of individuals (MNI), number of identified specimens (NISP), statistical analysis and automatic data processing, taphonomy, paleoecological interpretation, digital photographic and microphotographic registry.


Vertebrates: Osteologic analysis of remains from fish (vertebras, otolites, scales and other conserved parts), reptiles, amphibian, birds and mammals. Taxonomic and ecologic data, quantitation after MNI, NISP and MNE (minimum number of elements), allometry, taphonomy, osteometry, bone traceology (by means of simple light microscopy or scanning microscopy) and digital photographic and microphotographic registry.

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