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Building and maintaining an archaeomalacological reference collection

Cetacean exploitation in Roman and medieval London: Reconstructing whaling activities by applying zooarchaeological, historical, and biomolecular analysis

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)

Cetacean Exploitation in Medieval Northern and Western Europe: Zooarchaeological, Historical, and Social Approaches

Medieval Whalers in the Netherlands and Flanders: Zooarchaeological Analysis of Medieval Cetacean Remains

On the Hunt for Medieval Whales: Zooarchaeological, Historical, and Social Perspectives on Cetacean Exploitation in Medieval Northern and Western Europe

The Demise of the Atlantic Grey Whale (Eschrichtius robustus)

The medieval mammoth: Biomolecular identification of mammoth remains from a Dutch medieval context

Ancient pigs reveal a near-complete genomic turnover following their introduction to Europe

Animals and people in the Netherlands’ past: >50 years of archaeozoology in the Netherlands

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