Benjamin S. Arbuckle
Benjamin S. Arbuckle
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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
1802013
Data sharing reveals complexity in the westward spread of domestic animals across Neolithic Turkey
BS Arbuckle, SW Kansa, E Kansa, D Orton, C Çakırlar, L Gourichon, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e99845, 2014
1272014
Publishing and pushing: mixing models for communicating research data in archaeology
EC Kansa, SW Kansa, B Arbuckle
702014
The evolution of sheep and goat husbandry in central Anatolia
BS Arbuckle, A Öztan, S Gülçur
Anthropozoologica 44 (1), 129-157, 2009
612009
Ancient goat genomes reveal mosaic domestication in the Fertile Crescent
KG Daly, PM Delser, VE Mullin, A Scheu, V Mattiangeli, MD Teasdale, ...
Science 361 (6397), 85-88, 2018
602018
Animal exploitation at Körtik Tepe: an early Aceramic Neolithic site in southeastern Turkey
BS Arbuckle, V Özkaya
Paléorient, 113-136, 2006
522006
Experimental animal domestication and its application to the study of animal exploitation in prehistory
BS Arbuckle
na, 2005
502005
The early management of cattle (Bos taurus) in Neolithic central Anatolia
BS Arbuckle, CA Makarewicz
Antiquity 83 (321), 669-686, 2009
452009
Pastoralism, Provisioning, and Power at Bronze Age Acemhöyük, Turkey
BS Arbuckle
American Anthropologist 114 (3), 462-476, 2012
442012
Animals and inequality in Chalcolithic central Anatolia
BS Arbuckle
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 31 (3), 302-313, 2012
442012
Initial diversity in sheep and goat management in Neolithic south-western Asia
BS Arbuckle, L Atici
Levant 45 (2), 219-235, 2013
432013
Ancient cattle genomics, origins, and rapid turnover in the Fertile Crescent
MP Verdugo, VE Mullin, A Scheu, V Mattiangeli, KG Daly, PM Delser, ...
Science 365 (6449), 173-176, 2019
392019
The late adoption of cattle and pig husbandry in Neolithic Central Turkey
BS Arbuckle
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (4), 1805-1815, 2013
392013
Chalcolithic caprines, Dark Age dairy, and Byzantine beef: a first look at animal exploitation at Middle and Late Holocene Çadır Höyük, North Central Turkey
BS Arbuckle
Anatolica 35, 179-224, 2009
382009
Pace and process in the emergence of animal husbandry in Neolithic Southwest Asia
BS Arbuckle
Bioarchaeology of the Near East 8, 53-81, 2014
362014
10,000 years of pastoralism in Anatolia: a review of evidence for variability in pastoral lifeways
EL Hammer, BS Arbuckle
Nomadic Peoples 21 (2), 214-267, 2017
332017
The evolution of sheep and goat pastoralism and social complexity in Central Anatolia
BS Arbuckle
Harvard University, 2006
292006
Ancient pigs reveal a near-complete genomic turnover following their introduction to Europe
LAF Frantz, J Haile, AT Lin, A Scheu, C Geörg, N Benecke, M Alexander, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (35), 17231-17238, 2019
262019
Subsistence and beyond: animals in Neolithic Anatolia
J Peters, BS Arbuckle, N Pöllath
The Neolithic in Turkey 6, 135-203, 2015
262015
Revisiting Neolithic caprine exploitation at Suberde, Turkey
BS Arbuckle
Journal of Field Archaeology 33 (2), 219-236, 2008
262008
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