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Pigs from six medieval sites in Flanders: A multiple methodological approach to the study of their husbandry development

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Description "This study considers the effects that variations in living conditions have on animals, in particular pigs, and how these difference s can be examined using the archaeolog ical record." And looks at the different ways that pigs were raised at six sites in Flanders from the 4th-15th centuries.
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Submission Date 02/06/12

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