Laszlo Bartosiewicz
Laszlo Bartosiewicz
Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies, Stockholm University
Verified email at ofl.su.se
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Genomic and archaeological evidence suggest a dual origin of domestic dogs
LAF Frantz, VE Mullin, M Pionnier-Capitan, O Lebrasseur, M Ollivier, ...
Science 352 (6290), 1228-1231, 2016
3172016
Crop manuring and intensive land management by Europe’s first farmers
A Bogaard, R Fraser, THE Heaton, M Wallace, P Vaiglova, M Charles, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (31), 12589-12594, 2013
2962013
Mitochondrial DNA analysis shows a Near Eastern Neolithic origin for domestic cattle and no indication of domestication of European aurochs
CJ Edwards, R Bollongino, A Scheu, A Chamberlain, A Tresset, JD Vigne, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1616), 1377-1385, 2007
2722007
Draught cattle: their osteological identification and history
L Bartosiewicz, W Van Neer, A Lentacker
Tervuren, 1997
2251997
Mesolithic and Early neolithic in the iron gates: a paiaeodietary perspective
C Bonsall, R Lennon, K McSweeney, C Stewart, D Harkness, V Boronean, ...
Journal of European Archaeology 5 (1), 50-92, 1997
2141997
Did the first farmers of central and eastern Europe produce dairy foods?
OE Craig, J Chapman, C Heron, LH Willis, L Bartosiewicz, G Taylor, ...
antiquity 79 (306), 882-894, 2005
1912005
Pig domestication and human-mediated dispersal in western Eurasia revealed through ancient DNA and geometric morphometrics
C Ottoni, L Girdland Flink, A Evin, C Geörg, B De Cupere, W Van Neer, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 30 (4), 824-832, 2013
1732013
In the beginning: new radiocarbon dates for the Early Neolithic in northern Serbia and south-east Hungary
A Whittle, L Bartosiewicz, D BORIC, P Pettitt, M Richards
Antaeus (Budapest), 63-117, 2002
1662002
Problems of dating human bones from the Iron Gates
GT Cook, C Bonsall, REM Hedges, K McSweeney, V Boroneant, ...
ANTIQUITY-OXFORD- 76 (291), 77-85, 2002
1272002
Clive Bonsall, Rosemary Lennon, Kathleen McSweeney and Catriona Stewart
D Harkness, V Boroneanţ, L Bartosiewicz, R Payton, J Chapman
Journal of European Archaeology 5, 50-92, 1997
1051997
Shuffling nags, lame ducks: The archaeology of animal disease
L Bartosiewicz, E Gál
Oxbow books, 2013
832013
Plain talk: animals, environment and culture in the Neolithic of the Carpathian Basin and adjacent areas
L Bartosiewicz
Un) settling the Neolithic. Oxbow, Oxford, 51-63, 2005
772005
Taphonomy and palaeopathology in archaeozoology
L Bartosiewicz
Geobios 41 (1), 69-77, 2008
702008
Metapodial asymmetry in draft cattle
L Bartosiewicz, W Van Neer, A Lentacker
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 3 (2), 69-75, 1993
651993
Animals in the urban landscape in the wake of the Middle Ages: A case study from Vac, Hungary
L Bartosiewicz
Tempvs Reparatvm, 1995
621995
Late Neolithic red deer canine beads and their imitations
AM Choyke
BAR INTERNATIONAL SERIES 937, 251-266, 2001
422001
Re-evaluation of the Neolithic in eastern Hungary based on calibrated radiocarbon dates
E Hertelendi, N Kalicz, P Raczky, F Horváth, M Veres, É Svingor, I Futó, ...
Radiocarbon 37 (2), 239-244, 1995
421995
Prehistoric fishing along the Danube
L Bartosiewicz, C Bonsall
Antaeus (Budapest), 253-272, 2004
402004
There's Something Rotten in the State…’: Bad Smells in Antiquity
L Bartosiewicz
European Journal of archaeology 6 (2), 175-195, 2003
402003
“Bamboo spine” in a Migration Period horse from Hungary
L Bartosiewicz, G Bartosiewicz
Journal of archaeological science 29 (8), 819-830, 2002
392002
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