This week as we continue to explore modern constructions of east and west, we take a look at the work of Adam DiBattista who studies the creation and use of objects made from durable animal remains in ancient Greece.
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Video #19: Dogs in Ancient Athens with Colin Whiting
In the nineteenth instalment of of the Peopling the Past video series, we are joined by Dr. Colin Whiting who discusses dogs in ancient Athens, including household pets and working dogs, and how the Greeks spoke about and treated their canine friends.
Blog Post #25: Human-Animal Entanglements in the Neolithic with Lindsay Der
In our last instalment of our Earth Day series, Dr. Lindsay Der showcases her work on animal-human relations at Çatalhöyük in the Neolithic Period.
Video #8: Hannah Lau talks about Zooarchaeology and Domesticated Animals
In the eighth instalment of our video series, Dr. Hannah Lau discusses zooarchaeology and the study of animal domesticates in Bronze Age Azerbaijan, including subsistence strategies, animal husbandry, and animal burial in tombs.