Osteologický výzkum materiálu z Pohanska - Jižního předhradí (1991-1994): srovnání s raně středověkými lokalitami

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Title in English Osteological research on material from Pohansko - Southern Bailey (1991-1994): Comparison with the early medieval sites
Authors

UHLÍŘOVÁ Hana DRESLEROVÁ Gabriela NÝVLTOVÁ FISÁKOVÁ Miriam IVANOV Martin

Year of publication 2012
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Geologické výzkumy na Moravě a ve Slezsku
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Science

Citation
Field Geology and mineralogy
Keywords Pohansko - Southern Bailey; early medieval sites; animal bones
Description Pohansko archaeological site is situated 2 km south of Břeclav. Analysed animal bones were obtained from the Southern Bailey between 1991–1994. The domestic fauna predominate and the game animals are present only sporadically. If it was not possible to determinate the species of animal, the size class was chosen. All parts of animal skeletons occurrred in excavated area. Long bones and their fragments and loose teeth from the lower jaw predominated, fragments of the lower jaw and fingers occurred less frequently. The height at withers of ox (105,9 cm) and pig (71,6 cm) indicates the presence of adult specimens. Study of metacarpal and metatarsal bones of the ox shows on predominance of female specimens.
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