I am delighted to announce the publication of three more volumes of the
proceedings of the ICAZ 2002 conference.
The following titles are now available from Oxbow Books
The exploitation and cultural importance of sea mammals
edited by Gregory G. Monks
Diet and Health in past animal populations
edited by J Davies, M Fabis, I Mainland, M Richards and R Thomas
Biosphere to Lithosphere: new studies in vertebrate taphonomy
edited by Terry O'Connor
On the Oxbow catalogue you can also find details of the three volumes previously
published. There are eight more volumes to come.
ICAZ and AEA members are entitled to a 40% discount on all volumes. Contributors
have a 50% discount and can claim a PDF file with their chapter from Oxbow
(whether they buy or not the book). Oxbow also offers an excellent deal to
libraries which are prepared to buy the whole series. Please, do get your
library to buy the books, as this series is an important undertaking for the
zooarchaeology community and it is important that it gets good distribution.
Department of Archaeology
University of Sheffield
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