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

Research interests

Zooarchaeology

Publications

Agropastoral Economies and Land Use in Bronze Age Western Anatolia

Before animal husbandry: Investigating the beginning of animal husbandry in the Dutch wetlands through zooarchaeology, palaeogenomics, stable isotope analysis, and high-precision radiocarbon chronology

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)

Timing and Pace of Neolithisation in the Dutch Wetlands (c. 5000–3500 cal. BC)

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

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Press/media

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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