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Zooarchaeological Analysis at Antelope House: Behavioral Inferences from Distribution Data

James E. Kelley
Kiva
Vol. 41, No. 1, Environment and Behavior at Antelope House (Fall, 1975), pp. 81-85
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30246608
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Zooarchaeological Analysis at Antelope House: Behavioral Inferences from Distribution Data
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Abstract

This paper examines occurrences and frequencies of procured animal species, as well as relationships between man and other living animals at the site. Prehistoric behavior patterns of domestic animals are suggested from distributional analysis of archaeologically recovered material. Preferred area utilization of prescribed confinement also is inferred for the domesticates. Non-domesticates are discussed as potential indicators of the abandonment patterns of specific human activity spaces.

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