Animal remains are commonly recovered from archaeological sites, often in large quantities. They are vital to any consideration of the story of past populations, providing information on diet, economy, status, society and culture. Animals are integral to human lives, even more so in pre-urban societies, and zooarchaeology can further our understanding of cosmology and the relationships between people and animals in the past.
Our highly experienced Ossafreelance team offer advice and quotes on projects, identifying the potential of data and produce reports to publication standard. We follow the recent guidelines by Historic England, keeping up to date on recent methods in the analysis of faunal remains. We work closely with our clients to ensure reports are to the required standard and format offering highly competitive prices.
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