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This is episode part 2 of our ‘Time Warped’ miniseries, covering the zooarchaeology of Britain across time. The instalment covers what is known as the Later Prehistoric Period, which spans from the Late Bronze Age to the Roman conquest. This episode’s case studies are Flag Fen and Carn Euny.
- Must Farm
- Carn Euny Ancient Village
- Iron Age to Roman settlement with incorporated fogou and adjacent post-medieval cottage at Carn Euny
- Albarella, U. (2007) ‘The End of the Sheep Age: People and Animals in the Late Iron Age’, in Haselgrove, C. and Moore, T. (eds) The Later Iron Age in Britain and Beyond. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 389–402.
- Dobney, K. and Ervynyck, A. (2007) ‘To Fish or Not to Fish? Evidence for the Possible Avoidance of Fish Consumption During the Iron Age Around the North Sea’, in Moore, C. H. and Tom (eds) The Later Iron Age in Britain and Beyond.
- Grant, A. (1989) ‘Economic or Symbolic? Animals and Ritual Behaviour’, in Garwood, P. et al. (eds) Sacred and Profane: Proceedings of a Conference on Archaeology, Ritual and Religion. Oxford: Oxford University Committee for Archaeology.
- Maltby, M. et al. (2018) ‘Counting Roman Chickens: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Human-Chicken Interactions in Roman Britain’, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 19, pp. 1003–1015.
- Serjeantson, D. (2007) ‘Intensification of Animal Husbandry in the Late Iron Age? The Contribution of Sheep and Pigs’, in Haselgrove, C. and Pope, R. (eds) The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the Near Continent. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 80–93.
- Alex FitzpatrickTwitter: @archaeologyfitz
- Simona FalangaTwitter: @CrazyBoneLady
- Alex’s Blog: Animal Archaeology
- Music "Coconut - (dyalla remix)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2UiKoouqaY