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Dr László Bartosiewicz PhD, DSc

Reader in Archaeology School of History, Classics and Archaeology

Research Themes and Publications
Reconstruction of mammals

Water-buffalo in a nature reserve, Western Hungary (Photo: Árpád Gereöffy) The size and shape of ancient animals, especially livestock, is characteristic both of ancient environments and culture. Estimating animal stature or meat output from archaeological bone finds is a complex task. Rare finds of measurable, complete skeletons and familiarity with the anatomy and physiology of the live animal are of special importance in this work.

Relevant publications: (co-author Gál, E.) 2010. Pferde in den Steppen nördlich des Schwarzen Meeres von den frühen Bronzezeit bis ins Mittelalter. Pferde und Nomadentum. In J. Leskovar–M. Ch. Zingerle eds.: Goldene Horizont – 4000 Jahre Nomaden der Ukraine. Linz, Oberösterreichische Landesmuseen: 206-212. 2009. A comparison between Roman Period and Langobard Dogs from Western Hungary. In Sz. Bíró ed.: Ex officina… Studia in honorem Dénes Gabler. Győr, Mursella Régészeti Egyesület: 29-41. 2009. Skin and Bones: Taphonomy of a Medieval Tannery in Hungary. Journal of Taphonomy 7/2–3: 95-111. 2008. Bone Structure and Function in Draft Cattle. In G. Grupe, George McGlynn and J. Peters eds.: Limping together through the ages. Joint afflictions and

bone infections. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 6, Verlag Marie Leidorf, Rahden/Westf.: 153-164. 2006. Skull formation in long horned cattle: the Hungarian Grey. In U. Tecchiati–B. Sala eds.: Archäozoologische Studien zu Ehren von Alfredo Riedel. Bolzano, Ripartizione beni culturali: 303-312. 2006. Are “autochthonous” animal breeds living monuments? In E. Jerem–Zs. Mester–R. Benczes eds: Archaeological and cultural heritage preservation within the light of new technologies. Archaeolingua, Budapest: 33-47. 2006. Phenotype and age in protohistoric horses: a comparison between Avar and Early Hungarian crania. In D. Ruscillo ed.: Recent Advances in Ageing and Sexing Animal Bones. Oxbow Books, Oxford: 204-215. 2006. Body conformation in unimproved horses: an analysis of ethnohistoric data from the Eastern Carpathians. In M. Mashkour ed.: Equids in time and space. Oxford, Oxbow Books: 148-160. 2002. Dogs from the Ig pile dwellings in the National Museum of Slovenia. Arheološki Vestnik 53: 77-89. 2000. Metric variability in Roman period dogs in Pannonia provincia and the Barbaricum, Hungary. In S. J. Crockford ed.: Dogs through time: an archaeological perspective. BAR International Series 889, Oxford: 181-192. 1999. Aurochs (Bos primigenius BOJANUS, 1827) in the Holocene of Hungary. In G.-C. Weniger ed.: Archäologie und Biologie des Auerochsen. Neanderthal Museum, Wissenschafliche Schriften 1: 103-117. 1997. Osteomorphological studies on the great sturgeon (Huso huso Brandt). Archaeofauna 6: 9-16 (Co-author: István Takács). 1997. The Hungarian Grey cattle: a traditional European breed. Animal Genetic Resources Information 21, FAO - Roma: 49-60. 1993. The anatomical position and metric traits of phalanges in cattle. Revue de Paléobiologie 12/2: 21-43. 1993. Late Medieval lynx skeleton from Hungary. In A. Clason, S. Payne–H.-P. Uerpmann eds.: Skeletons in her cupboard. Oxbow Monograph 34, Oxford: 518. 1987. Metacarpal measurements and carcass weight of moose in Central Sweden. J. Wildl. Manage. 51/2, Bethesda M.D.: 356-357. 1985. Interrelationships in the formation of cattle long bones. Zooogischer Anzeiger 215, Jena: 252-262. 1984. Sexual dimorphism of long bone growth in cattle. Acta Veterinaria Hungarica 32/3-4: 135-146.

Prehistoric animal exploitation in Europe

Catching great sturgeon was of key importance in early prehistoric subsistence along the Danube e. g. in the Iron Gates Gorge. The last modern specimen in Hungary was caught near Paks (Photo: István Takács).

Traditional sheep cheese made in the hills around Sic/Szék Romania (Photo: Anna Bartosiewicz)

Exploiting the natural fauna (by hunting, fowling, fishing and gathering) and its relation to the beginnings of domestication have been of focal interest in archaeozoological research. During the Neolithic, the introduction of sheep and goat to Europe and the development of secondary products – such as milk and wool – were of fundamental cultural importance in building up surplus. Methodological advances in AMS radiocarbon dating and related dietary isotope studies, as well as the recognition of the role taphonomy plays in the formation of animal bone assemblages have opened new vistas in understanding previously unknown aspects of prehistory.

Relevant publications: 2007. Mammalian bone. In A. Whittle ed.: The Early Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain: investigations of the Körös culture site of Ecsegfalva 23, County Békés I. Varia Archaeologica Hungarica 21: 287–325. 2007. Fish remains. In A. Whittle ed.: The Early Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain: investigations of the Körös culture site of Ecsegfalva 23, County Békés I. Varia Archaeologica Hungarica 21: 377–394. 2007. Making a living: further technicalities. In A. Whittle ed.: The Early Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain: investigations of the Körös culture site of Ecsegfalva 23, County Békés II. Varia Archaeologica Hungarica 21: 733–742. (co-author Gál, E.) 2007. Sample size and taxonomic richness in mammalian and avian bone assemblages from archaeological sites. Archeometriai Műhely 2007/1: 37–44. http://www.ace.hu/am/2007_1/AM-2007-01-BL.pdf

E. J-D. Budapest: 15-22.–Roth. C.-J. Antaeus 27: 253272.–Burger.) 2004.: From the Mesolithic to the Neolithic. J. C. E.–Schulting. Bailey and A.–Stallibrass. F. Size ranges of prehistoric cattle and pig at Schela Cladovei (Iron Gates region. Y. S. W. A.– Pucher. (co author Bonsall. Romania). Body-part representation and seasonality: sheep/goat. D.1098/rspb.–Voytek. R. R. Oxford. New data on the prehistoric fauna of the Iron Gates: a case study fromSchela Cladovei. S. A. Oxbow Books: 51-63.–Stallibrass.–Boroneanţ. bird and fish remains from early Neolithic Ecsegfalva 23. E. 2005. doi:10. G.–Bonsall.-P. H.–Bollongino. C.–Heuping.–Schade-Lindig. V. G.–Chamberlain.–Conqueugniot.–Thomas.) 2006.–Baird.–Shapiro. T. G. D.(co authors Edwards. . (co authors Boroneant. A. H.–Tresset. I. W. Ősrégészeti Levelek 8–9: 57–61. Analele Banatului.–Döhle. In R. V.–Helmer. V. G. Journal of Taphonomy 2/4: 221-246.–Bradley.– Vigne.–Uerpmann. U. Mitochondrial DNA shows a Near Eastern Neolithic origin of domestic cattle and no indication of domestication of European aurochs. In D.0020.–Freeman. Archaeolingua.–Schmölke. H. B.) 1995. Prehistoric Fishing along the Danube. S. B.–Herzig. A. Makkay eds. Edinburgh: 2-19.–Bonsall.–Stallibrass. J. Mesolithic Miscellany 16/2.– Stephan.–Gál.–Ho.–Hongo. M. S. Whittle eds. S.: (un)settling the Neolithic. SE Hungary.) 2004. (co authors Pike-Tay.) 2007. Schela Cladovei: a preliminary review of the prehistoric fauna. Alföld Linear Pottery culture animal remains from the settlement of Debrecen – Nyulas ("Toyota–Szalon"). Scavenger scattering at two contemporary open air sites in Hungary.–Mashkour. Romania. environment and culture in the Neolithic of the Carpathian Basin and adjacent areas.) 2001. R. (co authors Boroneanţ. E. J. J. A.–Scheu. C. –Larson. (co authors Bonsall. H.–Özdogan.–Göldner. M. 2006–2007. C.–Whittle. A. B. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Plain talk: animals. Serie nouă XIV: 12-23.–Vörös. 2005/2006. Munibe (Antropologia-Arkeologia) 57/1: 495-503. M. Eastern Hungary.2007. Kertész–J.–Hartz. S.

Peres eds: Integrating Zooarchaeology and Paleoethnobotany. Springer: 245–286. L. and ethnographic/historical analogy as to the meaning of body parts. Hommage aux travaux de Jean Desse . S. and Cases. Béarez. Zs. In A. Clavel eds. hearts and livers removed together in a traditional way at a Jerusalem butcher’s shop (Photo: L. In P. but also carry symbolic meaning that varies from culture to culture. M.–Gál. Relevant publications (co-authors Tóth. The food itself.Cultural patterns of meat consumption Selling lungs.–Daróczi-Szabó. left over as food refuse. M. Complementary taphonomies: Medieval sturgeons from Hungary. C. is gone. E.) 2008. New York Dordrecht Heidelberg London. B. In the Light of the Crescent Moon: Reconstructing Environment and Diet from an Ottoman-Period Deposit in Sixteenth to Seventeenth Century Hungary.) 2010. many parts of the animal body that evoke strong associations do not even contain osseous components. 30 ans d’archéo-ichtyologie au CNRS.–Kovács.: Archéologie du Poisson. Grouard et B. J. In addition. The body parts these bones represent are not simply of nutritive value. Methods. (co-author Bonsall. however. VanDerwarker and T.) The overwhelming majority of animal remains from archaeological sites are bones. livers and brains along with other special cuts in a 14th c. A. E. butcher shop Sheep lungs. Studying the value of various cuts is therefore based on both anatomical information as to the proportions between bone and meat. hearts. A Consideration of Issues.

1998.: Tender meat under the saddle. F. J.–Kovács Gy.: Presencia de la arqueoictiología en México. In E. Szabó eds. In Gerelyes I. Oxford: 361-367. Conaculta–INAH. Opuscula Hungarica III. O. Central European University Department of Medieval Studies and Archaeolingua. Slater–J. ed. Mobile pastoralism and meat consumption: an archaeozoological perspective. In A. This little piggy went to market.1: 170-182. Biometrics at an Early Medieval butchering site in Hungary.: People and Nature in Historical Perspective.: 19-26. Krems: 157-178. Antibes: 35-45. México D. J. 1988. Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum. . British Series 196. 1997. Polaco–F. Urban Landscapes and Animals. Budapest: 107-120. Eat not this fish – a matter of scaling. Archeology of the Ottoman Period in Hungary.. Tate eds. Aguilar eds. Medium Aevum Quotidianum. A. Journal of European Archaeology 5. 2004. F. An archaeozoological study of modern meat values. British Archaeological Reports. Ottoman Period Animal Exploitation in Hungary.et Nathalie Desse-Berset. Laszlovszky–P. Éditions APDCA. Guzmán. In J. Budapest: 365-376 (Co-author: Erika Gál). 2003. 2003. eds. O. XXVIIIe rencontres internationales d’archéologie et d’histoire d’Antibes.. In Laszlovszky J.: Science and Archaeology.

arthritic deformations and traces of healed trauma can be attributed to old age and the way animals were used and treated. Given the usually great number of animal bones in archaeological deposits. Állatbetegségek régészeti kutatása. Anatómiai és paleopatológiai vizsgálatok háziállatok csontozatán [The archaeological research of animal disease. pathological symptoms are identified relatively rarely in archaeozoological assemblages. Bones from animals that were not primarily kept for meat (such as horses or dogs) sometimes display extreme pathological deformations resulting from their longevity and possibly human care. . Of these. Conclusions therefore can be most reliably drawn on the basis of several sites. Relevant publications: 2009.Pathological deformations on excavated animal bones Fused vertebrae of an Avar Period (AD 8th c.) horse (Photo: Kálmán Kónya) The location of block vertebrae shown in the photograph (indicated by shading) Studying animal disease in archaeology has become a growing field in archaeozoology.

International Series S1844 2008: 3–13. Bailly eds.-M. 41 (63): 12–24. "Bamboo spine" in a Migration Period horse from Hungary. Magnetic resonance imaging in the study of spavin in recent and subfossil cattle. 2008. 2002.pdf 2006.: Archaeozoology of the Near East V.: Current Research in Animal Palaeopathology: Proceedings of the Second Animal Palaeopathology Working Group Conference.Gábor Bartosiewicz). H. Anthropozoologica 25-26: 57-60 (Co-authors: Roger Demeure. 2008. Animal welfare. (co-author Gál. 2002. Al-Shiyab eds.Péterquin– S. CNRS Editions. Palaeopathology: similarities and differences between animals and humans. Taphonomy and palaeopathology in archaeozoology. Pétrequin–R. : Premiers chariots. 2002. London: 447-450. Anthropológiai Közlemények 43: 29-37. Environmental stress in early domestic sheep. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 10. behavioural and cultural implications. Groningen: 320-336. Pathological lesions on prehistoric animal remains from Southwest Asia. Wim Van Neer and An Lentacker). premiers araires. Természet Világa 140/11: 524-525. CRA Monographies 29 : 259-267.8: 819-830 (Co-author:. In H. Symptoms of aggression on animal bones from archaeological sites. Veterinarija ir Zootechnika T. etológia és tartástechnológia 4/1: 3–25. Buitenhuis–M. La diffusion de la traction animale en Europe pendant les IVe et IIIe millénaires avant notre ère.hu/cikkek/200801/AWETH2008325. . Mettre le chariot devant le boeuf. E. Thomas eds. Mashkour–A. 2008. 1997. Choyke–A. diagnosis and the use of published data in animal palaeopathology: a case study using fractures. Isabelle Mottet. Anomalies ostéologiques liées à l‘utilisation des boeuf pour la traction.animalwelfare. ARC Publicaties 62.Anatomical and paleopathological studies on the skeletons of domestic animals]. In P. Arbogast–A.szie. 2000.-M. Geobios 41/1: 69–77. Van Willigen–M.) 2008. Baculum fracture in Carnivores: Osteological.. M. In Z. http://www. Journal of Archaeological Science 29. Description. Miklíková–R. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.

International Series 1893: 39-54. Sturgeon fishing along the Middle and Lower Danube. V. (co-author Csiky G. C. animals have been an integral part of culture as companions. Francis depicted with animals in Aguadulce. (co-author Bonsall. Boroneanţ–I.) 2008. Radovanović eds. Budapest. Relevant publications: 2009. 2009. Animal remains from archaeological sites sometimes reveal these usually intangible aspects of past human-animal relationships. Displaying a small eagle in Visegrád. –Şişu. Lion’s share of attention: Archaeozoology and the historical record. Emberiességi szempontok és a hagyományos állatvágás két példája (Humane considerations and two examples of traditional slaughtering).: The Iron Gates in Prehistory. Hungary (Photo: Viktória Czoczek) St. Panamá (Photo: Ana Fabiola Guzmán) In addition to their utilitarian roles. eds: Csontvázak a szekrényből. Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungariae 59: 759-773. attributes of luxury and symbols of power or faith. –Gyarmati J. The analysis of written. etológia és . Gondolatok a „lovas nomád” hagyományról (Thoughts about the „equestrian nomadic” tradition).–Gál E. In C.) 2008. New perspectives.Cultural attitudes toward animals Reviving medieval falconry. Válogatott tanulmányok a Magyar Archaeozoológusok Visegrádi Találkozóinak anyagából 2002–2009 (Skeletons from the cupboard Selected Studies from the Visegrád Meetings of Hungarian Archaeozoologists 2002– 2009). Animal welfare. Bonsall–V. iconographic and ethnographic evidence are indispensable in these interdisciplinary studies. British Archaeological Reports. Martin Opitz Kiadó: 73–82.–Kováts I. In Bartosiewicz L.

Bartosiewicz eds. grit and symbolism. Grant–A. In J.: Animals and Man in the Past. Tanulmányok Kubinyi András hetvenedik születésnapjára (Studies in honour of András Kubinyi on his seventieth birthday). Archaeolingua Kiadó: 65-78. 1998. M. Camels in Antiquity: The Hungarian connection. Studies in memoriam Sándor Bökönyi. The Khan’s mule.pdf (co-author Gyöngyössy. Meid eds. In M. ARC-Publicatie 41. Cattle offering from the temple of Montuhotep.: Quasi liber et pictura. In G. Peters eds. Birds and humans in the ancient Old and New Worlds. A leopard (Panthera pardus L. Prummel eds. Mashkour–A. Buitenhuis–W.: Horses and Humans: The Evolution of HumanEquine Relationships.) 2006.: The Chacaras of War. In H. Antiquity 70/268.: 259269. L. Anreiter. 2005. Gyarmati–A. 1999.tartástechnológia 4/3: 130-149. “There is something rotten in the state…” Bad smells in Antiquity. Bolivia. . British Archaeological Reports. M. Budapest. Choyke–H. Egypt). Rahden/Westf. Kovács ed. 2000.: Archaeozoology of the Near East IVB. In Gy. Bartosiewicz. M. Olsen–S. pet and symbol. Attitudes to pets in the ethnolinguistic record. Journal of European Archaeology 6/2: 171-191. ARC Publication 32. Bolivia. ELTE Régészettudományi Intézet. In S. Grupe and J.animalwelfare. 1758) find from the late Middle Ages in Hungary. International Series 1560: 289-299. 1996. Sankhkara (Thebes.: Feathers. 2003. Choyke–L. L. Museum of Ethnography: 101-109. 2001.szie. Groningen. Buitenhuis eds. Cambridge: 447-453. Budapest: 37-41. Verlag Marie Leidorf. E. Groningen: 164-176. Jerem–W. 2003. Animal bones from the Cochabamba Valley. Crane: food. Data on the culture history of Crows (Corvidae) in the Hungarian Middle Ages. An Inka site estate in the Cochabamba Valley.hu/cikkek/200803/AWETH2008130149. the Netherlands: 151-160. Varga eds. http://www. In P. Budapest. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 3.: Man and the Animal World.

http://www. 147.utexas.archaeolingua. Budapest: Magyar Mezőgazdasági Múzeum. Animals in the urban landscape in the wake of the Middle Ages. The University of Texas Press. Monographs: Bartosiewicz. Koninklijk Museum voor Midden-Afrika. pp.libri. Oxford. Az állatok háziasítása (The domestication of animals). pp. The Chora of Metaponto 2. 1995. 1997. Archaeolingua. ed. L.asp?QuickSearch=wake Edited books: Bartosiewicz. http://www. 180. W.html Bartosiewicz. http://www.–Lentacker. Budapest. Régenvolt háziállatok [Domestic animals in the past]. Zoologische Wetenschappen Vol. L. 2010.com/searchBar. http://www. pp. Annalen.edu/utpress/books/bokcho. Draught cattle: their osteological identification and history. 2006.All publications Books. http://www. Sándor Bökönyi–Erika Gál: Archaeozoology at Pantanello and five other sites. ed. 2000. L. 46. L. L. Bartosiewicz.hu/books/other/other%2005. A. L’Harmattan. pp. Institute of Classical Archaeology.html . Austin. Sándor Bökönyi: Das Przewalski-Pferd.240.Tempus Reparatum.archaeopress.html Bartosiewicz.be/research/publications/rmca/search/pubdetail?pub id=110 Bartosiewicz.hu/konyv/regenvolt-haziallatok. Budapest.–Van Neer. 2008. 281. L.africamuseum.

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