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1. Beagles und Dachshunden

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2. Eine kleine Knochen- und Molluskenansammlung aus dem Gelände einer villa rustica bei Oberndorf am Lech, Landkreis Donau-Ries


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3. A revision of the faunal remains from two Central Sudanese sites


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4. The faunal remains collected by the Bagnold-Mond Expedition in the Gilf Kebir and Jebel Uweinat in 1938


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5. Cuboscaphoids, naviculo-cuboids, language barriers and the use of standardised osteological nomenclatures in archaeozoological studies


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6. Osteomorphological features of the appendicular skeleton of African buffalo, Syncerus caffer (Sparrman, 1779) and of domestic cattle, Bos primigenius f. taurus Bojanus, 1827


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7. Osteomorphological features of the appendicular skeleton of Gazelles, genus Gazella Balinville, 1816, Bohor reedbuck, Redunca redunca (Pallas, 1767), and Bushbuck, Tragelaphus...


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8. Faunal remains and environmentaal change in central an eastern Sudan from terminal Pleistocene to Middle Holocene times


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9. Late Pleistocene Hunter-gatherers at Ishango (Eastern-Zaire)


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10. The palaeoenvironment of the Gilf Kebir-Jebel Uweinat area during the first half of the Holocene


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