Ancestors for the pigs : pigs in prehistory / edited by Sarah M. Nelson.
Contributor(s): Nelson, Sarah Milledge | University of Pennsylvania. University Museum | University of Pennsylvania. Museum Applied Science Center for ArchaeologyLanguage: English Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 1998.Description: viii, 148p. : ill., maps, tables ; 28cm.ISSN: 1048-5325
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Includes bibl. references.
Contents: Introduction / S.M. Nelson; Reflections on the interactions between people and pigs / Alice Dawson; Privy-pigs in prehistory? A Korean analog for Neolithic Chinese subsistence practices / D.J. Nemeth; An ethnographic view of the pig in traditional Southeast Asian societies / P. Bion Griffin; Early pig husbandry in southwestern Asia / Michael Rosenberg, R.W. Redding; Ancestral pigs: a New Guinea model / R.W. Redding, M. Rosenberg; Pig exploitation and Neolithic Anatolia / H. Hongo, R.H. Meadow; Pigs in the Hongshan culture / S.M. Nelson; Pigs and emergent complexity in the ancient Near East / M.A. Zeder; Pig use and abuse in the ancient Levant / Brian Hesse, P. Wapnish; Pigs in ancient Egypt / R.A. Lobban.