Yes but data must be controlled ! the return to publications and reports is
required and the reliability of the data must be evaluated.
De : Naomi Sykes [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Envoyé : mardi 17 juillet 2012 14:03
À : J.H. Yvinec; [log in to unmask]
Objet : RE: [ZOOARCH] Introduction of chicken in France/Belgium/Netherlands
Wow! That is an excellent resource - thanks Jean-Hervé!
All the best, Naomi
From: Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites
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Sent: 17 July 2012 12:57
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Subject: Re: [ZOOARCH] Introduction of chicken in France/Belgium/Netherlands
For France we have a tool that can help
De : Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] De la part de Lena Strid
Envoyé : mardi 17 juillet 2012 11:38
À : [log in to unmask]
Objet : [ZOOARCH] Introduction of chicken in France/Belgium/Netherlands
It is established that chicken were introduced to Britain in the late Iron
Age, just prior to the Roman invasion in AD 43. But when did chicken come to
northern France/Belgium/Netherlands? Is there a date (century?) for that?
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