CHAPLIN, Raymond E.
『The Study of Animal Bones from Archaeological Sites』
1．Structure and Biological Properties of Bone
2．Planning and Organisation of Bone Studies
3．Bone Identification and the Establishment of Reference Collections
4．Techniques for the Study of Site Collections
5．Age Determination from Bones
6．The Use of Measurements
7．The Determination of Sex from Bones
9．The Interpretation of Bone Evidence
10．Animal Remains as Indicators of Past Environments
HESSE, Brian & WAPNSH, Paula
『Animal Bone Archeology』（獣骨の考古学）
2．Identifying Animal Categories
3．The Nature of a Sample of Bones
4．Nature and Terminology of the Vertebrate Skeleton
5．Collecting, Recordingm and Conserving
6．The Analysis of Single Bone Finds
7．The Analysis of a Taxonomic Category
8．The Analysis of an Assemblage
9．From Objectives to Analysis
DAVIS, Simon J. M.
Yale University Press
1．Methods and problems in zoo-archaeology
2．What are bones and teeth?
3．On reconstructing past environments
4．In what season was a site occupied?
5．Our hunting past
6．From hunter to herder: the origin of domestic animals
7．Later domesticates and the secondary uses of animals
8．Britain: a zoo-archaeological case study
LYMAN, R. Lee
Cambridge University Press
1．What is taphonomy
2．The history and structure of taphonomy
3．Taphonomy in practice and theory
4．Structure and quantification of vertebrate skeletons
5．Vertebrate mortality, skeletonization, disarticulation, and scattering
6．Accumulation and dispersal of vertebrate remains
7．Frequencies of skeletal parts
8．Butchering, bone fracturing, and bone tools
9．Other biostratinomic factors
10．Burial as a taphpnomic process
12．Taphonomy of fish, birds, reptiles and amphibians
13．Discussion and conclusions
REITZ, Elizabeth J & WING, Elizabeth S.
Cambridge Uiversity Press
2．Zooarchaeological history and theory
5．Disposal of faunal remains and sample recovery
6．Gathering primary data
8．Humans as predators: subsistence strategies and other uses of animals
9．Control of animals through domestication
10．Evidences for past environmental conditions
1．Why study a lot of old bones?
2．Bone, bones and skeletons
3．Taphpnomy: from life to death and beyond
4．Escavation and recovery
5．Identification and description
6．Counting bones and quantifying taxa
7．Out on a limb: body-part quantification
8．Estimation of age at death
9．Palaeopathology: understanding sickness and injury
10．Metrical and non-metrical variation
11．Climate, environment and small vertebrates
12．Hunting and fishing: people as predators
13．Setting down: the domestication of animals and
14．Urban garbage: on drovers, butchers, wealth and
15．More than just old bones
O'CONNOR, T. P.
Council for British Archaeology
・What are all these bones doing here?
・Sampling and recovery
・Identification and recording
・What were all those bones doing there?
・Quantifying taxa and body parts
・Husbandary decisions: age at death
・Variations: the effects of genes and environment
・Wildlife and environment
・On dealing with large sites
・On dealing with very small sites
・Whither old bones?