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Benjamin Arbuckle

December 12, 2014

Benjamin S. Arbuckle

Benjamin S. Arbuckle is professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a zooarchaeologist whose research focuses on human-animal interactions in ancient Anatolia (modern Turkey). He is coeditor of Animals and Inequality in the Ancient World.

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Food Provisioning in Complex Societies

Zooarchaeological Perspectives

December 29, 2015

Horses in Prehistoric Turkey

In 2008, I was sitting on a folding plastic chair in our makeshift archaeology lab situated on the grounds of a "sugar factory" in the provincial town of Niğde (pronounced NEE-deh), Turkey (about a four-hour drive south from Ankara, Turkey’s capital), when I made a discovery.

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