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Evidence for chronological change in intra-site subsistence strategies is very rare in the Amerindian record of the Lesser Antilles. The study of the vertebrate assemblage from the archeological site of Roseau in the Guadeloupe Islands underlines the complexity and variability of Ceramic Age Amerindian subsistence behavior. This study establishes a...
This paper proposes new evidence about the management of fish resources in the Sacred Lake on the island of Delos (Greece) based on unpublished archaeo-ichthyological data. The specificity of this assemblage lies in the presence of freshwater fish identified for the first time by an archaeozoological study. In agreement with the epigraphic data att...
Fresh fish consumption in the Roman World is commonly accepted as a marker of social status. However, the modes of inland trade have never been addressed for the Aquitaine region. We propose to study this question in order to measure the impact of Roman influence and interaction processes in the consumption and trade of fresh sea fish. The contribu...
This article is about the use and exploitation of marine resources (fish, shellfish, crabs and sea urchins) by the populations of Saintes/Mediolanum (Charente-Maritime) from the 1st century BC to the 5th century AD. The methodology developed since 2014 (soil samples sieved through a fine mesh) allows the collection of abundant and hitherto unseen a...
The goal of this archaeological and archaeo-ichthyological study is to address an activity rarely described by historians: fishing on the coast of Aquitaine during the Roman period (1st – 3rd century AD). The updating of information, rather scarce on this topic, required an archaeo-ichthyological study conducted on four archaeological sites: Barzan...