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Hunter Gatherer Research (2018), 4, (2), 239–241.

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Morris, B 1998. The power of animals: an ethnography. Oxford: Berg. Google Scholar

Russell, N 2012. Social zooarchaeology: humans and animals in prehistory. New York: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar

Sherratt, AG 1981. Plough and pastoralism: aspects of the Secondary Products Revolution. In Hodder, I, Isaac, GL & Hammond, N (eds) Pattern of the past: studies in honour of David Clarke. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:261–306. Google Scholar

Willerslev, R 2007. Soul hunters: hunting, animism, and personhood among the Siberian Yukaghirs. Berkeley: University of California Press. Google Scholar

Živaljević, I 2015. Concepts of the body and personhood in the Mesolithic– Neolithic Danube Gorges: interpreting animal remains from human burials. Etnoantropološki Problemi 10(3):675–699. Google Scholar

Argent, G 2010. Do the clothes make the horse? Relationality, roles and statuses in Iron Age Inner Asia. World Archaeology 42(2):157–174. Google Scholar

Armstrong Oma, K 2010. Between trust and domination: social contracts between humans and animals. World Archaeology 42(2):175–187. Google Scholar

Brightman, RA 1993. Grateful prey: Rock Cree human-animal relationships. Berkeley: University of California Press. Google Scholar

Brown, LA & Emery, KF 2008. Negotiations with the animate forest: hunting shrines in the Guatemalan highlands. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 15(4):300–337. Google Scholar

Erikson, P 2000. The social significance of pet-keeping among Amazonian Indians. In Podberscek, AL, Paul, ES & Serpell, JA (eds) Companion animals and us: exploring the relationships between people and pets. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:7–26. Google Scholar

Fagan, A 2017. Hungry architecture: spaces of consumption and predation at Göbekli Tepe. World Archaeology 49(3):318–337. Google Scholar

Fuentes, A 2006. The humanity of animals and the animality of humans: a view from biological anthropology inspired by JM Coetzee’s Elizabeth Costello. American Anthropologist 108(1):124–132. Google Scholar

Hill, E 2013. Archaeology and animal persons: toward a prehistory of human-animal relations. Environment and Society: Advances in Research 4(1):117–136. Google Scholar

Losey, RJ, Bazaliiskii, VI, Lieverse, AR, Waters-Rist, AL, Faccia, K & Weber, AW 2013. The bear-able likeness of being: ursine remains at the Shamanka II cemetery, Lake Baikal, Siberia. In Watts, C (ed) Relational archaeologies: humans, animals, things. London: Routledge:65–96. Google Scholar

McNiven, IJ 2013. Between the living and the dead: relational ontologies and the ritual dimensions of dugong hunting across Torres Strait. In Watts, C (ed) Relational archaeologies: humans, animals, things. London: Routledge:97–116. Google Scholar

Morris, B 1998. The power of animals: an ethnography. Oxford: Berg. Google Scholar

Russell, N 2012. Social zooarchaeology: humans and animals in prehistory. New York: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar

Sherratt, AG 1981. Plough and pastoralism: aspects of the Secondary Products Revolution. In Hodder, I, Isaac, GL & Hammond, N (eds) Pattern of the past: studies in honour of David Clarke. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:261–306. Google Scholar

Willerslev, R 2007. Soul hunters: hunting, animism, and personhood among the Siberian Yukaghirs. Berkeley: University of California Press. Google Scholar

Živaljević, I 2015. Concepts of the body and personhood in the Mesolithic– Neolithic Danube Gorges: interpreting animal remains from human burials. Etnoantropološki Problemi 10(3):675–699. Google Scholar

Argent, G 2010. Do the clothes make the horse? Relationality, roles and statuses in Iron Age Inner Asia. World Archaeology 42(2):157–174. Google Scholar

Armstrong Oma, K 2010. Between trust and domination: social contracts between humans and animals. World Archaeology 42(2):175–187. Google Scholar

Brightman, RA 1993. Grateful prey: Rock Cree human-animal relationships. Berkeley: University of California Press. Google Scholar

Brown, LA & Emery, KF 2008. Negotiations with the animate forest: hunting shrines in the Guatemalan highlands. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 15(4):300–337. Google Scholar

Erikson, P 2000. The social significance of pet-keeping among Amazonian Indians. In Podberscek, AL, Paul, ES & Serpell, JA (eds) Companion animals and us: exploring the relationships between people and pets. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:7–26. Google Scholar

Fagan, A 2017. Hungry architecture: spaces of consumption and predation at Göbekli Tepe. World Archaeology 49(3):318–337. Google Scholar

Fuentes, A 2006. The humanity of animals and the animality of humans: a view from biological anthropology inspired by JM Coetzee’s Elizabeth Costello. American Anthropologist 108(1):124–132. Google Scholar

Hill, E 2013. Archaeology and animal persons: toward a prehistory of human-animal relations. Environment and Society: Advances in Research 4(1):117–136. Google Scholar

Losey, RJ, Bazaliiskii, VI, Lieverse, AR, Waters-Rist, AL, Faccia, K & Weber, AW 2013. The bear-able likeness of being: ursine remains at the Shamanka II cemetery, Lake Baikal, Siberia. In Watts, C (ed) Relational archaeologies: humans, animals, things. London: Routledge:65–96. Google Scholar

McNiven, IJ 2013. Between the living and the dead: relational ontologies and the ritual dimensions of dugong hunting across Torres Strait. In Watts, C (ed) Relational archaeologies: humans, animals, things. London: Routledge:97–116. Google Scholar

Morris, B 1998. The power of animals: an ethnography. Oxford: Berg. Google Scholar

Russell, N 2012. Social zooarchaeology: humans and animals in prehistory. New York: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar

Sherratt, AG 1981. Plough and pastoralism: aspects of the Secondary Products Revolution. In Hodder, I, Isaac, GL & Hammond, N (eds) Pattern of the past: studies in honour of David Clarke. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:261–306. Google Scholar

Willerslev, R 2007. Soul hunters: hunting, animism, and personhood among the Siberian Yukaghirs. Berkeley: University of California Press. Google Scholar

Živaljević, I 2015. Concepts of the body and personhood in the Mesolithic– Neolithic Danube Gorges: interpreting animal remains from human burials. Etnoantropološki Problemi 10(3):675–699. Google Scholar

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