The recovery of animal bones from archaeological sites forms an important part of the archaeological record. Animal bones provide a fascinating insight into animal-human relationships and subsistence economies of past peoples. We can learn about the evolution of agriculture and the impact of urbanisation as well as the utilisation of animals skeletal remains as tools.
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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