Animals and archaeology in Northern Medieval Russia: Zooarchaeological studies in Novgorod and its region
This is the third book in a series on Medieval Novgorod and its surroundings and deals with a substantial body of animal bones that have been recovered over the last decade. The zooarchaeological evidence is discussed by the editor and a number of English and Russian specialists who dug the site, looking at domestic exploitation of animals, diet, animal husbandry, and butchery practices. Detailed data sets are provided to enable the reader to make comparisons with their own research, but the book is also suitable for those with a more general interest in Medieval Russian archaeology.
The exploitation of wild mammals in Novgorod and sites in its immediate hinterland
The exploitation of domestic mammals in Novgorod: Evidence from Troitsky IX, X and other sites in Novgorod
Fish bones from Novgorod, sites in its immediate hinterland and Minino
Bird bones from Novgorod and sites in its immediate hinterland