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How to find us C. (Canan) Çakirlar, PhD

Research interests



Agropastoral Economies and Land Use in Bronze Age Western Anatolia

Building and maintaining an archaeomalacological reference collection

Lipid residue analysis on Swifterbant pottery (c. 5000-3800 cal BC) in the Lower Rhine-Meuse area (the Netherlands) and its implications for human-animal interactions in relation to the Neolithisation process

The emergence and evolution of Neolithic cattle farming in southeastern Europe: New zooarchaeological and stable isotope data from Džuljunica-Smărdeš, in northeastern Bulgaria (ca. 6200–5500 cal. BCE)

Tracking turtles in the past: Zooarchaeological evidence for human-turtle interactions in the ancient Eastern Mediterranean

Between Anatolia and the Aegean: Epipalaeolithic and Mesolithic Foragers of the Karaburun Peninsula

Dealing with domestic animals in the fifth millennium cal BC Dutch wetlands: New insights from old Swifterbant assemblages

Domestication, diffusion and hybridization of the Bactrian camel

Pigs in Sight: Late Bronze Age Pig Husbandries in the Aegean and Anatolia

Specialized cattle farming in the Neolithic Rhine-Meuse Delta: Results from zooarchaeological and stable isotope (δ18O, δ13C, δ15N) analyses

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Ontdekking oudste koemelk van Nederland verschuift onze boerengeschiedenis eeuwen naar voren

Shell Shock: Why Were Turtles Hardly Eaten in the Levant 10,000 Years Ago?

RUG nominatie voor de Klokhuis Wetenschapsprijs

Oogtv: archeologen duiken in veetelt

Successvol klein data project: de honden van van Giffen

Why Archaeologists Are Studying 10,000-Year-Old Urine

De geit is voor een groot deel zoals'ie is door toedoen van de mens

Hoe de kat in huis kwam

Archaeologist Canan Cakirlar's Music Playlist

Science Shops -400 Vragen

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