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The author presents the results of a zoological analysis of animal bone remains of three Funnel Beakers culture (FBC) sites located in the upper Vistula River basin. These are Donosy, site 3, Donatkowice, site 23 and Zagorzyce, site 3 (all of them situated in the Kazimierza Wielka district). The aim of the zoological analysis was to determine the species and anatomy of bone remains and to measure and estimate them quantitatively, as well as to determine the age, sex and size of the animals. The results of zoological analyses were discussed separately for each of the three examined sites and then compared with analogous results of research on animal bone material from other FBC sites situated in the upper Vistula River basin.
A zoological analysis was performed on animals bones from two graves (nos. 5 and 6) of the Lublin-Volhynia Culture, revealed at site 2 at Ksiaznice, Pacanów commune. There were 13 bones in total in the grave 5, which belonged to goat/sheep and rodents. One of the goat/sheep bones (the tibia) bears signs of tooling in the upper part of the shaft. The material from grave 6 comprises 16 animal bones, half of ehich come from goat/sheep. One of these bones (the tibia) bears traces of elaboration (cutting) on the diaphysis.
Paper examines the results of zooarchaeological analysis of horse remains from the Middle and Late Neolithic occupation at Bronocice in Poland. Authors consider the following questions: 1. How important were horses in the faunal sample? 2. What were the frequencies of different skeletal parts? 3. What was the age at death of horses? 4. Whether any changes in the frequencies of the horse remains took place through time? 5. How horse bones were used for tool production? and 6. Whether the horses were wild or domesticated species? The remains of horses found in the Funnel Beaker features at Bronocice represent the wild species. It is possible that the late Funnel Beaker-Baden Culture people possessed domesticated horses. The frequencies of horses, wild or domestic, are very low at Bronocice in comparison to other animals such as cattle, sheep/goat, and pigs. This suggests that horses at least as food resource played a minor role in the subsistence strategy of the Funnel Beaker communities. What were their role in rituals and other activities is unclear.
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