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Re: sites for comparison needed

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Christian Küchelmann <[log in to unmask]>

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Christian Küchelmann <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear Jessica,

these may be of interest:
• Berke, Hubert (1989): Funde aus einer römischen Leimsiederei in  
Koln. – Kölner Jahrbuch für Vor- und Frühgeschichte 22, 879-892
• Berthold, Jens (2004): Ausgekochte Knochen – römische Leimsieder in  
Xanten. in: Kunow, Jürgen (ed.): Archäologie im Rheinland 2003,  
102-104, Stuttgart
• Lauwerier, Roel C. G. M. (1993): Twenty-eight Bird Briskets in a  
Pot; Roman preserved Food from Nijmengen. – Archaeofauna 2, 15-19
• Lauwerier, Roel C. G. M. & Villari, Pietro (1995): Vee en vlees in  
de stad Tiel (9de-18de eeuw). Dierlijk bot onderzocht. – Bijdragen en  
Mededelingen Gelre 86, 175-191
• Prummel, Wietske (1978): Animal Bones from Tannery Pits of  
s'Hertogenbosch. – Berichten van de Rijksdienst voor het  
Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek 28, 399-422

There are several publications about a large amount of animal bones  
from Xanten, but I do not have the references at hand.

I would also suggest to check the site list in Benecke (1994,  
278-321) for relevant sites.
• Benecke, Norbert (1994): Archäozoologische Studien zur Entwicklung  
der Haustierhaltung in Mitteleuropa und Südskandinavien von den  
Anfängen bis zum ausgehenden Mittelalter, Schriften zur Ur- und  
Frühgeschichte 46, Berlin
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Am 14.09.2011 um 20:08 schrieb Jessica Grimm:

> Dear all,
>
> I am currently working on a site near the Dutch-German border  
> dating from
> the Late Iron Age to the Late Medieval period. Can anybody help with
> comparison sites from North Rhine Westphalia (the Emmerich, Kleve,  
> Kalkar,
> Rees area)? Comparison sites from the Dutch area (Lobith area) are  
> welcome
> as well.
>
> Many thanks, Jessica

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