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ArchéoZoo.org is pleased to announce you the launch of a new version of its photo gallery, renamed for the occasion ArchéoZooThèque . You will find the albums of the previous version (pictures of Carnivores) and several new albums. Soon there will also be integrated, in image format, the drawings of skeletons which made the success of the website!
If you have any referential collection in the form of picture albums that you want to share or any remarks to make us go, please use the contact form of the gallery.
Finally, note that the ArchéoZooThèque can also host and make available videos. So if you have movies of interest to the community of archaeozoologists, don’t hesitate to ask us for online publication.
See you soon for new features and new tools on your favorite website !
Go to the ArchéoZooThèque: http://photos.archeozoo.org
Thursday 9 August 2012, by Albert Fischer
Since establishing a process for creating image templates and one approach to computerised recording of graphical data using a series of layers (see "Computerised bone templates as the basis of a practical procedure to record and analyse graphical zooarchaeological data" - 13/06/2006), I have been adding to the basic resource of bone images when I’ve needed a particular template or when suitable material has become available. Also, from time to time I have been contacted by (...)
Friday 1 June 2012, by Carine Carpentier
This international symposium aims to: 1. initiate discussion on the concept of constraints acting at different organisational levels. , 2. share and discuss results of present and fossil examples in a comparative framework at molecular, genomic, developmental, functional, behavioural and ecological levels. Ideally, the symposium will foster new networks of researchers who will develop interdisciplinary discussions around new concepts on the origin, development and evolution of the (...)
Saturday 31 March 2012, by François Lanoë
Steppe fox, Vulpes corsac, is a small-size canid, adapted to dry conditions. The current area of distribution for Vulpes corsac ranges from Kazakhstan to Northern China (Heptner & Naumov, 1998), however, for some periods of the Upper Pleistocene its area of distribution spread to Eastern Europe (Heptner & Naumov, 1998 ; Patou-Mathis, 2004), Central Europe (Benes, 1975), and perhaps even Western Europe (Poplin, 1976). For that reason the study of its skeletal anatomy is of interest (...)
Saturday 31 March 2012, by Carine Carpentier
This album shows the skeletal elements of a current subadult European beaver (Castor fiber) from Butter island (Rhône, France). Having at his disposal a private collection for comparison with material from the archaeological levels Mesolithic from Lyon, Thierry Argant took the opportunity to make a complete photographic coverage before returning the specimen. 129 pictures were taken whose 86 selected for this album. Access the album in the ArchéoZooThèque NB: All bones photographed (...)