New Data on the Prehistoric Fauna of the Iron Gates: A Case Study from Schela Cladovei, Romania

Proceedings

Main Author: 
Bartosiewicz, Laszlo
Co-author/s: 
Boronean, Vasilie; Bonsall, Clive; Stallibrass, Sue
Year of publication: 
2001
Original language: 
German
Short abstract: 

This article deals with archaeological investigations at Schela Cladovei, a prehistoric site in the Iran Gate section of the Danube. The animal bones stem from the Meso- and Neolithics as well as from the Iron Age. Mammals, birds and fish have been found in varying quantities in these periods. An increase of domestic animals was found for the Neolithics.  

Publication info
Proceedings title: 
From the Mesolithic to the Neolithic
Proceedings editor(s): 
Kertesz, Robert; Makkav, Janos
Conference: 
International Archeological Conference
Conference place: 
Szolnok
Conference date: 
22-27/09/1996
Publisher: 
Archaeolingua
Place of publication: 
Budapest
Page number: 
15-21
Electronic source
Date accessed: 
Wednesday, June 14, 2017