Animal husbandry & isotope systems

IMG-9905In August, Passage Tomb People hosted its first research workshop at UCD, bringing together colleagues from France, Belgium, Spain, and across the UK from Orkney to Oxford. With a mix of prehistorians, zooarchaeologists, osteologists and geologists present, all working on aspects of human-animal relations and isotope systems in the northwest Atlantic, the event captured a very stimulating range of methodological and theoretical approaches. An informal but intensive day of short talks and round-table discussion was rounded off by a workshop dinner with lots of new research relationships forged!

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