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Re: ZOOARCH Digest - 8 Nov 2018 to 9 Nov 2018 (#2018-228)

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Hi Deb Bennett <[log in to unmask]> 
 
I would be pleased to get your pdf work on dog 
Thanks ++ 
 
 
Jean-Philip BRUGAL, Dr., HDr 
Directeur de Recherches - CNRS 
 
UMR 7269 LAMPEA (Labo.Méd.de Préhistoire, Europe-Afrique) 
International Research Network - TaphEN (Taphonomy, European Network) - CNRS-INEE 
https://taphonomy-network.blogspot.com/ 
 
Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l'Homme 
BP 674, 13094, Aix-en-Provence cedex 2, France 
 
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De : Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites <[log in to unmask]> de la part de ZOOARCH automatic digest system <[log in to unmask]> 
Envoyé : samedi 10 novembre 2018 01:00 
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Objet : ZOOARCH Digest - 8 Nov 2018 to 9 Nov 2018 (#2018-228) 
 
There are 7 messages totaling 1090 lines in this issue. 
 
Topics of the day: 
 
  1. Third in Series of Dog Papers now available 
  2. Mystery fragment (4) 
  3. AW: Mystery fragment 
  4. SAA Kenyon Zooarchaeology Fellowship: Due 14-Dec-18 
 
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Date:    Thu, 8 Nov 2018 16:32:55 -0800 
From:    Deb Bennett <[log in to unmask]> 
Subject: Re: Third in Series of Dog Papers now available 
 
Dear Zooarch list: For those of you working on dogs, I’d like to announce the publication yesterday of our third paper in the series on “TheDogs of Roman Vindolanda”. Part III concerns skull development in small gracile harriers, comparing them with miniature and dwarf dogs. We present a simple, powerful way to quantify the degree to which the adult skull is “juvenilized”. You may get a smile from some of our other indices too, i.e. “tweetiebirding” and “bugeye” proportionalities of the skull. Lots of useful comparative photography. Please reply just to me and I’ll be happy to forward the .pdf. Cheers – Deb Bennett (with co-author Robert M. Timm). 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Date:    Fri, 9 Nov 2018 16:00:02 +0000 
From:    Hannah Russ <[log in to unmask]> 
Subject: Mystery fragment 
 
Hi, and happy Friday to all! 
 
I am stumped trying to identify this fragment from a probable medieval 
context at a priory in the Scottish Boarders. 
 
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=258622628150016&id=246206449391634 
 
I have posted the images on my business Facebook page, which is public, so 
should be viewable to all, even those not registered with the site. Let me 
know if not! 
 
The outer surface of the fragment, which is a thin 'vaneer' of a ?horn like 
substance, has what I think should be a distinctive texture, but I just 
can't place it. The main material is white chalky. I have some ideas, but 
pretty stumped! 
 
Your help would be much appreciated. 
Best wishes, Hannah 
 
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*Dr Hannah Russ* 
Freelance Archaeologist 
www.archaeology.biz 
 
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Date:    Fri, 9 Nov 2018 16:25:05 +0000 
From:    Pöllath, Nadja 
         <[log in to unmask]> 
Subject: AW: Mystery fragment 
 
Hi Hannah, 
 
to me the texture looks a bit turle-ish (more than tortoise-ish) but the shape ... no idea. 
 
 
Best, 
 
Nadja 
 
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Von: Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites <[log in to unmask]> im Auftrag von Hannah Russ <[log in to unmask]> 
Gesendet: Freitag, 9. November 2018 17:00:02 
An: [log in to unmask] 
Betreff: Mystery fragment 
 
Hi, and happy Friday to all! 
 
I am stumped trying to identify this fragment from a probable medieval context at a priory in the Scottish Boarders. 
 
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=258622628150016&id=246206449391634 
 
I have posted the images on my business Facebook page, which is public, so should be viewable to all, even those not registered with the site. Let me know if not! 
 
The outer surface of the fragment, which is a thin 'vaneer' of a ?horn like substance, has what I think should be a distinctive texture, but I just can't place it. The main material is white chalky. I have some ideas, but pretty stumped! 
 
Your help would be much appreciated. 
Best wishes, Hannah 
 
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Dr Hannah Russ 
Freelance Archaeologist 
www.archaeology.biz<http://www.archaeology.biz/> 
 
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Date:    Fri, 9 Nov 2018 16:40:10 +0000 
From:    Hannah Russ <[log in to unmask]> 
Subject: Re: Mystery fragment 
 
Thanks Nadia, 
I'd had the same thought - the outer surface is horn/nail/enamel like - 
very hard but only maybe half a millimetre thick. The inner texture soft 
and chalky. 
I've considered walrus tusk and whale tooth, but don't have any reference 
material to hand (and probably ridiculous guesses! 😂). 
Thanks again, Hannah 
 
On Fri, 9 Nov 2018, 16:25 Pöllath, Nadja < 
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> Hi Hannah, 
> 
> to me the texture looks a bit turle-ish (more than tortoise-ish) but the 
> shape ... no idea. 
> 
> 
> Best, 
> 
> Nadja 
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> *Von:* Analysis of animal remains from archaeological sites < 
> [log in to unmask]> im Auftrag von Hannah Russ < 
> [log in to unmask]> 
> *Gesendet:* Freitag, 9. November 2018 17:00:02 
> *An:* [log in to unmask] 
> *Betreff:* Mystery fragment 
> 
> Hi, and happy Friday to all! 
> 
> I am stumped trying to identify this fragment from a probable medieval 
> context at a priory in the Scottish Boarders. 
> 
> 
> https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=258622628150016&id=246206449391634 
> 
> I have posted the images on my business Facebook page, which is public, so 
> should be viewable to all, even those not registered with the site. Let me 
> know if not! 
> 
> The outer surface of the fragment, which is a thin 'vaneer' of a ?horn 
> like substance, has what I think should be a distinctive texture, but I 
> just can't place it. The main material is white chalky. I have some ideas, 
> but pretty stumped! 
> 
> Your help would be much appreciated. 
> Best wishes, Hannah 
> 
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> .   *><{{{°>*   . - ¬ * ¯ * ¬ - .   *><{{{°>   *. - ¬ * ¯ 
> 
> * Dr Hannah Russ* 
> Freelance Archaeologist 
> www.archaeology.biz 
> 
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Date:    Fri, 9 Nov 2018 17:38:19 +0100 
From:    Norbert Eeltink <[log in to unmask]> 
Subject: Re: Mystery fragment 
 
Hi Hannah, 
 
The texture of the outer surface reminds me a bit of some specimens of 
human long bones from the lower extremity I have seen, but then there is 
the layer of hornlike veneer......... 
 
Best, 
 
Norbert 
 
 
 
drs. N.T.D. Eeltink 
 
senior KNA-archeoloog & KNA-specialist fysische antropologie 
 
Aestimatica 
 
Archeologie, Osteologie, Museumadvies en Cultuurhistorie 
 
www.aestimatica.eu 
 
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Date:    Fri, 9 Nov 2018 20:17:32 +0000 
From:    fiona beglane <[log in to unmask]> 
Subject: Re: Mystery fragment 
 
Could the thin veneer be some sort of varnish or coating rather than being part of the bone?Fiona 
 
 
 
 
    On Friday, November 9, 2018, 4:07:54 PM GMT, Hannah Russ <[log in to unmask]> wrote: 
 
 Hi, and happy Friday to all! 
I am stumped trying to identify this fragment from a probable medieval context at a priory in the Scottish Boarders. 
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=258622628150016&id=246206449391634 
 
I have posted the images on my business Facebook page, which is public, so should be viewable to all, even those not registered with the site. Let me know if not! 
The outer surface of the fragment, which is a thin 'vaneer' of a ?horn like substance, has what I think should be a distinctive texture, but I just can't place it. The main material is white chalky. I have some ideas, but pretty stumped! 
Your help would be much appreciated.Best wishes, Hannah 
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Date:    Fri, 9 Nov 2018 13:36:48 -0800 
From:    Christyann Darwent <[log in to unmask]> 
Subject: SAA Kenyon Zooarchaeology Fellowship: Due 14-Dec-18 
 
  Dienje Kenyon Memorial Fellowship Society for American Archaeology 
 
 
 
*Submission Deadline: *December 14, 2018 
 
 
 
 
 
*Award Description*: In honor of the late Dienje M. E. Kenyon, a fellowship 
is offered to support a *female archaeologist in the early stages of 
graduate zooarchaeology training*, Kenyon’s specialty. To qualify for the 
award, applicants must be enrolled an M.A. or Ph.D. degree program focusing 
on archaeology. Strong preference will be given to applicants in the early 
stage of research project development and/or data collection, under the 
mentorship of a zooarchaeologist. 
 
 
 
*Committee Chair**: *Christyann Darwent, Department of Anthropology, 
University of California, Davis 
 
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*Committee Members**: * 
 
Naomi Cleghorn, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of 
Texas, Arlington 
 
Rebecca Dean, Department of Anthropology, University of Minnesota, Morris 
 
Erin Thornton, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, 
Pullman 
 
Catherine West, Department of Archaeology, Boston University 
 
 
 
*Nomination/Submission Materials Required**: *Any submission for the Dienje 
Kenyon Fellowship is required to have: 
 
1)      A *1500 word statement of proposed zooarchaeology research* by the 
applicant towards which the award would be applied. 
 
2)      A *curriculum vita* that clearly indicated when graduate studies 
began. These materials should be sent as an email attachment (Word doc or 
pdf) to the committee chair, [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>. 
 
3)      *Two letters of support* from individuals familiar with the 
applicant's work and research potential are required. One of these letters 
must be from the student's primary advisor, and must indicate the year in 
which the applicant began graduate studies. These letters should be 
e-mailed directly to the committee ([log in to unmask]) chair by the 
people providing them. 
 
 
 
*Selection or Evaluation Criteria**: *Successful applications will 
demonstrate how the Dienje Kenyon Memorial Fellowship will make a 
significant contribution to the applicant’s research as well as to 
zooarchaeology in general. 
 
 
 
*Nature of Award**: *The winning applicant will receive a *$1,000 
fellowship* in order to complete their proposed research. In addition, the 
awardee will be recognized by the SAA through a plaque presented during the 
business meeting held at the Annual Meeting, a citation in *The SAA 
Archaeological Record*, and acknowledgment on the awards page of the SAA 
Website. 
 
 
-- 
Christyann Darwent, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Archaeology 
Department of Anthropology 
Graduate Groups in Ecology & Forensic Science 
University of California, Davis 95616-8522 
ph. 530-752-1590/ 2-0745 
http://anthropology.ucdavis.edu/people/christyann-m.-darwent-1/christyann-m.-darwent 
 
"There may be more than one way to skin a cat, but you only get one try per 
cat" 
 
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