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Reference database

This is a choice of publications concerned with worked bones.


The database contains: 1728 entries.

Number of selected titles: 22

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O'Connor, Sonia (2016): The Cowisht Project: Enhancing the Identification of Artefact Raw Materials. – Cuadernos del Instituto Nacional de Antropología y Pensamiento Latinoamericano – Series Especiales 3(2), 4-22

O'Connor, Sonia (2014): Identification of Bronze Age pommels and other osseous objects. in: Hunter, John & Woodward, Ann (eds.): Ritual in Early Bronze Age Grave Goods: An examination of ritual and dress equipment from Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age graves in England, Oxford

O'Connor, Sonia / Solazzo, Caroline / Collins, Matthew J. (2014): Advances in identifying archaeological traces of horn and other keratinous hard tissues. – Studies in Conservation

O'Connor, Sonia (2013): Worked bone. in: Martin, L. / Richardson, J. / Roberts, I. (eds.): Iron Age and Roman Settlements at Wattle Syke, Yorkshire Archaeology 11, 195-198, Leeds

O'Connor, Sonia (2013): Exotic Materials Used in the Construction of Iron Age Sword Handles from South Cave, UK. in: Choyke, Alice M. & O'Connor, Sonia (eds.): From These Bare Bones: Raw Materials and the Study of Worked Osseous Objects, 188-200, Oxford

O'Connor, Sonia / Edwards, Howell G. M. / Ali, Esam (2011): An Interim Investigation of the Potential of Vibrational Spectroscopy for the Dating of Cultural Objects in Ivory. – ArchéoSciences 35, 159-165, pl. 9

O'Connor, Sonia (1999): The Preservation, Identification and Conservation of the Finds. in: MacGregor, Arthur / Mainman, Ailsa J. / Rogers, Nicola S. H. (eds.): Craft, Industry and Everyday Life: Bone, Antler, Ivory and Horn from Anglo-Scandinavian and Medieval York, The Archaeology of York 17/12, 1898-1901, York

O'Connor, Sonia (1987): The Identification of osseous and keratinaceous materials at York. in: Starling, Katherine & Watkinson, David (eds.): Archaeological Bone, Antler and Ivory, UKIC Occasional Papers 5, 9-21, London

O'Connor, Terry (1987): On the structure, chemistry and decay of bone, antler and ivory. in: Starling, Katherine & Watkinson, David (eds.): Archaeological Bone, Antler and Ivory, UKIC Occasional Papers 5, 6-8, London

Obermaier, Henriette (2013): Faunenreste aus dem archaischen Tempel des Panionion und aus der Siedlung Melia im Mykale Gebirge, Westtürkei. in: Grupe, Gisela & McGlynn, George (eds.): Current discoveries from outside and within. Field explorations and critical comments from the lab, Documenta Archaeobiologiae 10, 207-231, Rahden

Obmann, Jürgen (1998): Zur Kline im Grabbrauch und ihrem archäologschen Nachweis in Gräbern der römischen Nordwestprovinzen. – Xantener Berichte 7, 419-429

Oesau, Wanda (1955): Hamburgs Grönlandfahrt auf Walfischfang und Robbenschlag vom 17.–19. Jahrhundert, Glückstadt

Oesau, Wanda (1937): Schleswig-Holsteins Grönlandfahrt auf Walfischfang und Robbenschlag vom 17.–19. Jahrhundert, Glückstadt

Oleniuc, Florentina Carmen & Bejenaru, Luminita (2011): Preliminary Data Concerning the Manufacturing of Animal Raw Materials in the Chalcolithic Cucuteni B Settlement of Poduri-Dealul Ghindaru, Romania. in: Baron, Justyna & Kufel-Diakowska, Bernadeta (eds.): Written in Bones. Studies on technological and social contexts of past faunal skeletal remains, 263-271, Wroclaw

Olsen, Sandra L. (2007): Bone Artifacts and their Importance to Archaeology. in: Gates St-Pierre, Christian & Walker, Renee B. (eds.): Bones as Tools: Current Methods and Interpretations in Worked Bone Studies, British Archaeological Reports International Series 1622, 175-182, Oxford

Olsen, Sandra L. (2001): The Importance of Thong-Smoothers at Botai, Kazakhstan. in: Choyke, Alice M. & Bartosiewicz, Laszlo (eds.): Crafting Bone: Skeletal Technologies through Time and Space – Proceedings of the 2nd meeting of the (ICAZ) Worked Bone Research Group Budapest, 31 August – 5 September 1999, British Archaeological Reports International Series 937, 197-206, Oxford

Oomen, H. C. J. (1968): Zwei römische Blasinstrumente im Rijksmuseum Kam in Nijmegen und ihre zoologische Interpretation. – Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden 49, 57-60, pl. IV

Osgood, C. (1970): Ingalik Material Culture. – Yale University Publications in Anthropology, 56-93

Ots, Mirja (2010): Animal figurines in the Middle Neolithic double burial of Valma. – Muinasaja teadus 21, 11-22

Otte, Marcel (1998): Préhistoire d'Anatolie, Genèse de deux mondes, volume I, Études et Recherches Archéologiques de l'Université de Liège 85

Özdoğan, Mehmet & Yilmaz, Özgur (2013): Clay, Bone, Horn and Fine Groundstone Objects. in: Özdoğan, Mehmet & Parzinger, Hermann (eds.): Die frühbronzezeitliche Siedlung von Kanligeçit bei Kirklareli. Ostthrakien während des 3. Jahrtausends v. Chr. im Spannungsfeld von anatolischer und balkanischer Kulturentwicklung, Archäologie in Eurasien 27, 193-229, Mainz

Özdoğan, Mehmet & Parzinger, Hermann (2013): Die frühbronzezeitliche Siedlung von Kanligeçit bei Kirklareli. Ostthrakien während des 3. Jahrtausends v. Chr. im Spannungsfeld von anatolischer und balkanischer Kulturentwicklung, Archäologie in Eurasien 27, Mainz

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