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C. Becker, “Die Tierknochenfunde von der Platia Magoula Zarkou: Neue Untersuchungen zu Haustierhaltung, Jagd und Rohstoffverwendung im neolithisch-bronzezeitlichen Thessalien,” PZ 66(1991) 14-78.

C. Becker, “The Middle Neolithic and the Platia Magoula Zarkou – A Review of Current Archaeozoological Research in Thessaly (Greece),” Anthropozoologica 30(1999) 3-22.

J. Boessneck and A. von den Driesch, “Ein Löwenfund aus Tiryns,” AA (1979) 447-449.

J. Boessneck and A. von den Driesch, “Ein Beleg für das Vorkommen des Löwen auf

dem Peloponnes in ‘herakleischer’ Zeit,” AA (1981) 257-258.

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G. Forstenpointner, “Stierspiel oder Bocksgesang? Archäozoologische Aspekte zur Interpretation des Hornviehs als Opfertier in der Ägäis,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 (Vienna 2000) 51-68.

N.-G. Gejvall, Lerna I: The Fauna (Princeton 1969).

P. Halstead, “Man and Other Animals in Later Greek Prehistory,” BSA 82(1987) 71-83.

P. Halstead, “Lost Sheep? On the Linear B Evidence for Breeding Flocks at Mycenaean Knossos and Pylos,” Minos 25-26(1990-91) 343-365.

P. Halstead, “Linear B Evidence for the Management of Sheep Breeding at Knossos: Production Targets and Deficits in the KN Dl(1) and Do Sets,” Minos 31-32(1996-1997) [1998] 187-199.

P. Halstead, “Missing Sheep: On the Meaning and Wider Significance of O in Knossos Sheep Records,” BSA 94(1999) 145-166.

P. Halstead, “Texts and Bones: Contrasting Linear B and Archaeological Evidence for Animal Exploitation in Mycenaean Southern Greece,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 257-261.

P. Halstead, “Carcasses and Commensality: Investigating the Social Context of Meat Consumption in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Greece,” in C. Mee and J. Renard (eds.), Cooking Up the Past: Food and Culinary Practices in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean (Oxford 2007) 25-48.

Y. Hamilakis, “A Footnote on the Archaeology of Power: Animal Bones from a Mycenaean Chamber Tomb at Galatas, NE Peloponnese,” BSA 91(1996) 153-166.

Y. Hamilakis, “Cretan Pleistocene Fauna and Archaeological Remains: The Evidence from Sentoni Cave (Zoniana, Rethymnon),” in D. S. Reese (ed.), Pleistocene and Holocene Fauna of Crete and its First Settlers (Madison 1996) 231-239.

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B. Hesse and D. Perkins, Jr., “Faunal Remains from Karatas-Semayük in Southwest Anatolia: An Interim Report,” JFA 1(1974) 149-160.

G. Hinz, Neue Tierknochenfunde aus der Magula Pevkakia in Thessalien I: Die Nichtwiederkäuer (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Munich 1979).

R. N. L. B. Hubbard, “Fallow Deer in Prehistoric Greece, and the Analogy between Faunal Spectra and Pollen Analyses,” Antiquity 69(1995) 527-538.

V. Isaakidou, “Cooking in the Labyrinth: Exploring “Cuisine” at Bronze Age Knossos,” in C. Mee and J. Renard (eds.), Cooking Up the Past: Food and Culinary Practices in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean (Oxford 2007) 5-24.

V. Isaakidou, “Worked and Utilised Bone and Antler: Practical and Cultural Rationales for the Selection of Raw Materials,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 233-238.

M. R. Jarman, “Human Influence in the Development of the Cretan Mammalian Fauna,” in D. S. Reese (ed.), Pleistocene and Holocene Fauna of Crete and its First Settlers (Madison 1996) 211-229.

B. Jordan, Tierknochenfunde aus der Magula Pevkakia in Thessalien (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Munich 1975).

W. E. Klippel and L. M. Snyder, “Dark-Age Fauna from Kavousi, Crete: The Vertebrates from the 1987 and 1988 Excavations,” Hesperia 60(1991) 179-186.

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G. Nobis, “Zur antiken Wild- und Haustierfauna Kretas – nach Studien an Tierresten aus den archäologischen Grabungen Poros bei Iraklion und Eleftherna bei Arkadi,” Tier und Museum 3:4(1993) 109-120.

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S. Payne, “The Small Mammals,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos I: The Kommos Region and the Houses of the Minoan Town. Part 1: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (Princeton 1995) 278-291.

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D. Ruscillo, “Faunal Remains and Murex Dye Production,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 776-840.

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E. Yannouli, “Dimitra, A Neolithic and Late Bronze Age Village in Northern Greece: The Faunal Remains,” in D. Grammenos (ed.), Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997)  101-127.

E. Yannouli, “Non-domestic Carnivores in Greek Prehistory: A Review,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 175-192.

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