Bulatović, Jelena

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Bioarchaeology of Ancient Europe: People, Animals and Plants in the Prehistory of Serbia Serbian archaeology: cultural identity, integration factors, technological processes and the role of the central Balkans in the development of European prehistory
Urbanisation Processes and Development of Mediaeval Society AHRCUK Research & Innovation (UKRI)Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) [AH/J001406/1]
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European UnionEuropean Commission [649307] Francis Crick Institute from Cancer Research UK [FC001595]
HERA Joint Research Programme "Uses of the Past" (CitiGen) Romanization, urbanization and transformation of urban centres of civil, military and residential character in Roman provinces on territory of Serbia
Innovation Fund of the AAS ('Visualising the Unknown Balkans' project) Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship H2020-MSCA-IF-2016 [747424]
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Animal diseases in the Central Balkan Eneolithic (ca. 4500-2500 BC)-A diachronic perspective on the site of Bubanj, south-eastern Serbia

Bulatović, Jelena; Marković, Nemanja; Krstić, Nikola; Bulatović, Aleksandar; Mitrović, Marko; Marinković, Darko

(Wiley, Hoboken, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Krstić, Nikola
AU  - Bulatović, Aleksandar
AU  - Mitrović, Marko
AU  - Marinković, Darko
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/392
AB  - This paper aims to present the first evidence of animal diseases from the Central Balkan Eneolithic, a prehistoric period that lasted about 2000 years. The eponymous site of Bubanj in south-eastern Serbia provided a diachronic perspective on animal pathologies developing during this long time period. We analyzed 71 animal remains showing evidence of pathological changes. All of the remains exhibiting anomalies were subjected to macroscopic analysis, while the specimens with the most prominent alterations also underwent X-ray and CT imaging. Anomalies were observed mostly in domestic animals. Only in caprines were all of the different types of anomalies present, with dental pathologies being the most frequent. Degenerative bone alterations were noted in around 78% of the domestic cattle specimens, while congenital anomalies were the most common type in domestic pigs. Pathological changes were also noted in dogs, aurochs, red deer, wild boars, beavers, and bears. In most cases, the anomalies were caused by hereditary and environmental factors. Caprine dental pathologies were the result of aging and poor-quality nutrition. In domestic cattle, besides being caused by environmental factors, the degenerative alterations might also have been work related. The lack of paleopathological data from other Eneolithic sites in the region, and the scarce or non-existent evidence from the previous (Neolithic) and succeeding (Bronze Age) periods prevented comparative analyses and discussion of the results within wider temporal and spatial frames. Establishing a paleopathological investigation of animal remains with anomalies from the prehistoric Central Balkans should be a standard, in order to provide us with a better understanding of human-animal interactions.
PB  - Wiley, Hoboken
T2  - International Journal of Osteoarchaeology
T1  - Animal diseases in the Central Balkan Eneolithic (ca. 4500-2500 BC)-A diachronic perspective on the site of Bubanj, south-eastern Serbia
DO  - 10.1002/oa.3065
UR  - conv_315
ER  - 
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year = "2022",
abstract = "This paper aims to present the first evidence of animal diseases from the Central Balkan Eneolithic, a prehistoric period that lasted about 2000 years. The eponymous site of Bubanj in south-eastern Serbia provided a diachronic perspective on animal pathologies developing during this long time period. We analyzed 71 animal remains showing evidence of pathological changes. All of the remains exhibiting anomalies were subjected to macroscopic analysis, while the specimens with the most prominent alterations also underwent X-ray and CT imaging. Anomalies were observed mostly in domestic animals. Only in caprines were all of the different types of anomalies present, with dental pathologies being the most frequent. Degenerative bone alterations were noted in around 78% of the domestic cattle specimens, while congenital anomalies were the most common type in domestic pigs. Pathological changes were also noted in dogs, aurochs, red deer, wild boars, beavers, and bears. In most cases, the anomalies were caused by hereditary and environmental factors. Caprine dental pathologies were the result of aging and poor-quality nutrition. In domestic cattle, besides being caused by environmental factors, the degenerative alterations might also have been work related. The lack of paleopathological data from other Eneolithic sites in the region, and the scarce or non-existent evidence from the previous (Neolithic) and succeeding (Bronze Age) periods prevented comparative analyses and discussion of the results within wider temporal and spatial frames. Establishing a paleopathological investigation of animal remains with anomalies from the prehistoric Central Balkans should be a standard, in order to provide us with a better understanding of human-animal interactions.",
publisher = "Wiley, Hoboken",
journal = "International Journal of Osteoarchaeology",
title = "Animal diseases in the Central Balkan Eneolithic (ca. 4500-2500 BC)-A diachronic perspective on the site of Bubanj, south-eastern Serbia",
doi = "10.1002/oa.3065",
url = "conv_315"
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Bulatović, J., Marković, N., Krstić, N., Bulatović, A., Mitrović, M.,& Marinković, D.. (2022). Animal diseases in the Central Balkan Eneolithic (ca. 4500-2500 BC)-A diachronic perspective on the site of Bubanj, south-eastern Serbia. in International Journal of Osteoarchaeology
Wiley, Hoboken..
https://doi.org/10.1002/oa.3065
conv_315
Bulatović J, Marković N, Krstić N, Bulatović A, Mitrović M, Marinković D. Animal diseases in the Central Balkan Eneolithic (ca. 4500-2500 BC)-A diachronic perspective on the site of Bubanj, south-eastern Serbia. in International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. 2022;.
doi:10.1002/oa.3065
conv_315 .
Bulatović, Jelena, Marković, Nemanja, Krstić, Nikola, Bulatović, Aleksandar, Mitrović, Marko, Marinković, Darko, "Animal diseases in the Central Balkan Eneolithic (ca. 4500-2500 BC)-A diachronic perspective on the site of Bubanj, south-eastern Serbia" in International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (2022),
https://doi.org/10.1002/oa.3065 .,
conv_315 .
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Proizvodnja hrane tokom i posle neolitskoeneolitske tranzicije na centralnom Balkanu - širi kontekst nalaza domaćih biljaka i životinja sa eneolitskog bubnja u južnoj Srbiji

Filipović, Dragana; Bulatović, Jelena; Bulatović, Aleksandar

(Srpsko arheološko društvo, Beograd, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Filipović, Dragana
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
AU  - Bulatović, Aleksandar
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/364
AB  - Druga polovina 5. i veći deo 4. milenijuma pre nove ere na centralnom Balkanu označava se kao period prelaza iz kasnog neolita (tj. vinčanske kulture) u rani eneolit, i eneolitski period. Na osnovu značajnih promena u obrascima naseljavanja i veličini naselja, u pogrebnoj praksi i u materijalnoj kulturi, smatra se da je tokom prelaznog perioda došlo do razvoja novih obrazaca u društvenim odnosima i organizaciji, u ekonomiji i proizvodnji i u ideologiji postvinčanskih zajednica, koje su, za razliku od prethodnih velikih, dugotrajnih naselja, počele da osnivaju manje, relativno kratkotrajne naseobine, uglavnom na prethodno nenaseljenim lokacijama. Različiti faktori su predloženi kao pokretači ovih transformacija - društveni sukobi, invazije sa strane, klimatske promene, te pad raspoloživih prirodnih resursa i nedovoljno hrane. Za razmatranje eventualnih klimatskih promena tokom eneolita ne postoje nikakvi podaci, a doskora se veoma malo znalo i o ekonomiji zasnovanoj na biljkama i životinjama u postneolitskom periodu. Najjasnije formulisan zaključak o uzrocima raspada kasnoneolitskog društva, koji nalazi i najviše potpore u arheološkim saznanjima, jeste taj da su vinčanske zajednice dostigle granice održivosti zajedničkog života (u sociološkom smislu), što je dovelo do "fisije" i fragmentacije velikih zajednica na manje grupe. Sličan model kasnoneolitsko-ranoeneolitskih društvenih promena predložen je i za Karpatski basen - "popuštanje" društvene kohezije kao odgovor na moguće društvene tenzije. Pored promena i novih trendova koje nastupaju početkom i tokom eneolita na centralnom Balkanu, primetan je i visok stepen sličnosti/kontinuiteta u pojedinim aspektima života; na primer, pored manjih, razvijaju se i velika, dugotrajna eneolitska naselja, poput onih na lokalitetima Bubanj i Velika Humska Čuka u južnoj Srbiji. Dok su ovi i drugi aspekti eneolitskih zajednica u izvesnoj meri poznati i istraženi, proizvodnja hrane je doskora bila velika nepoznanica. Do sada je pak zooarheološki i arheobotanički istraženo nekoliko eneolitskih lokaliteta, a nova iskopavanja na Bubnju donela su važne podatke o uzgajanju i upotrebi domaćih biljaka i životinja. Iako su podaci i dalje skromni, posebno oni o poljoprivrednim aktivnostima, sada je ipak moguć uvid u pojedine aspekte proizvodnje hrane. U ovom radu smo do sada prikupljene zooarheološke i arheobotaničke podatke sa Bubnja razmotrili u širem geografskom i hronološkom kontekstu tako što smo uporedili saznanja o uzgajanju i upotrebi životinja i biljaka sa do sada analiziranih kasnoneolitskih i eneolitskih nalazišta na teritoriji Srbije. Uporedna analiza pokazala je da su iste vrste domaćih životinja - goveda, ovce/koze i svinje - gajene i u neolitu i u eneolitu. S druge strane, ostaci ovaca i koza i svinja su, spram govečeta, zastupljeniji u uzorcima sa eneolitskih nalazišta. Utisak je, stoga, da je značaj ovaca i koza, kao i svinja, bio veći u eneolitu, što je važna razlika u odnosu na kasni neolit, tokom kog je goveče bilo dominantno. Postoje, međutim, i izuzeci od ovog opšteg zapažanja; na primer, na nalazištu Vinča - Belo brdo, relativni odnos ekonomski najznačajnih domaćih životinja je manje-više isti tokom oba perioda. Takođe, na kasnoeneolitskom nalazištu Kudoš-Šašinci, većina ostataka pripada domaćem govečetu. Preliminarni zaključak je da generalno ujednačena slika karakteristična za kasni neolit postaje raznovrsnija tokom eneolita i javljaju se jasne regionalne i hronološke razlike u pogledu značaja domaćih životinja. Arheobotanički podaci pokazuju da se spektar gajenih vrsta na nalazištima kasnog neolita i eneolita u Srbiji uveliko preklapa, te da osnovne kulture poznate iz neolita - jednozrna i dvozrna pšenica - ostaju osnov poljoprivredne proizvodnje i tokom eneolita. I ovde se, međutim, kao i kod domaćih životinja, uočavaju moguće razlike između lokaliteta. Recimo, u kasnoeneolitskom sloju Gomolave zabeležena je veća količina ječma, što je za sada jedini slučaj kako za neolit tako i za eneolit, jer se ječam na drugim analiziranim lokalitetima iz ovih perioda javlja samo u tragovima. Podaci sa Bubnja ukazuju na mogući rast u važnosti mahunarki, tačnije sočiva, od ranog ka kasnom eneolitu, te manje značajnu ulogu dvozrne pšenice kroz vreme, ali je broj ostataka izuzetno Mali za čvrste zaključke. Dok relativno nepromenjen izbor gajenih vrsta kroz kasni neolit i eneolit ističe kontinuitet, donekle su vidljive potencijalne razlike između lokaliteta u stepenu proizvodnje pojedinih poljoprivrednih kultura. Moguće je da dolazi do promene u metodama i intenzitetu zemljoradnje, a vrlo verovatno u vezi sa promenama u stočarstvu, recimo u pogledu potrebe za proizvodnjom stočne hrane ili varijacijama u veličini površina pod usevima ili onim namenjenim za ispašu. Uvid u ove i slične aspekte proizvodnje hrane u eneolitu zahteva znatno veću količinu podataka od one koja je sada na raspolaganju.
AB  - In the central Balkans, the period from the second half of the 5th through the mid-3rd millennium BC is known as the Eneolithic. The earlier part of this period has been described as the transition between the Late Neolithic and Early Eneolithic and the time of transformations-societal, economic and ideological. Prevailing understanding of the archaeological record from this period is that the remarkable shifts in the settlement system reflect disintegration of the Neolithic society. What effect did this have on food economy? This question has not yet been addressed using the direct evidence of food production and consumption from archaeological sites. Although such evidence is scarce, it has in recent years been enlarged through new excavations, including those at the long-lasting site of Bubanj in southern Serbia. This paper combines the archaeobotanical and zooarchaeological datasets from Bubanj and examines the integrated evidence from a broader chronological and geographical perspective using the information from other Eneolithic and, also, Late Neolithic sites in Serbia. A picture of agricultural diversity emerges, perhaps reflecting diachronic changes in the production methods and choices. These may have been driven by the social and ecological factors that led to the cultural transformations during and after the transitional period.
PB  - Srpsko arheološko društvo, Beograd
T2  - Glasnik Srpskog arheološkog društva
T1  - Proizvodnja hrane tokom i posle neolitskoeneolitske tranzicije na centralnom Balkanu - širi kontekst nalaza domaćih biljaka i životinja sa eneolitskog bubnja u južnoj Srbiji
T1  - Food economy during and after the neolithiceneolithic transition in the central Balkans: Contextualising crops and domestic animals from Eneolithic Bubanj, southern Serbia
EP  - 56
IS  - 36
SP  - 27
DO  - 10.18485/gsad.2020.36.2
UR  - conv_252
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Filipović, Dragana and Bulatović, Jelena and Bulatović, Aleksandar",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Druga polovina 5. i veći deo 4. milenijuma pre nove ere na centralnom Balkanu označava se kao period prelaza iz kasnog neolita (tj. vinčanske kulture) u rani eneolit, i eneolitski period. Na osnovu značajnih promena u obrascima naseljavanja i veličini naselja, u pogrebnoj praksi i u materijalnoj kulturi, smatra se da je tokom prelaznog perioda došlo do razvoja novih obrazaca u društvenim odnosima i organizaciji, u ekonomiji i proizvodnji i u ideologiji postvinčanskih zajednica, koje su, za razliku od prethodnih velikih, dugotrajnih naselja, počele da osnivaju manje, relativno kratkotrajne naseobine, uglavnom na prethodno nenaseljenim lokacijama. Različiti faktori su predloženi kao pokretači ovih transformacija - društveni sukobi, invazije sa strane, klimatske promene, te pad raspoloživih prirodnih resursa i nedovoljno hrane. Za razmatranje eventualnih klimatskih promena tokom eneolita ne postoje nikakvi podaci, a doskora se veoma malo znalo i o ekonomiji zasnovanoj na biljkama i životinjama u postneolitskom periodu. Najjasnije formulisan zaključak o uzrocima raspada kasnoneolitskog društva, koji nalazi i najviše potpore u arheološkim saznanjima, jeste taj da su vinčanske zajednice dostigle granice održivosti zajedničkog života (u sociološkom smislu), što je dovelo do "fisije" i fragmentacije velikih zajednica na manje grupe. Sličan model kasnoneolitsko-ranoeneolitskih društvenih promena predložen je i za Karpatski basen - "popuštanje" društvene kohezije kao odgovor na moguće društvene tenzije. Pored promena i novih trendova koje nastupaju početkom i tokom eneolita na centralnom Balkanu, primetan je i visok stepen sličnosti/kontinuiteta u pojedinim aspektima života; na primer, pored manjih, razvijaju se i velika, dugotrajna eneolitska naselja, poput onih na lokalitetima Bubanj i Velika Humska Čuka u južnoj Srbiji. Dok su ovi i drugi aspekti eneolitskih zajednica u izvesnoj meri poznati i istraženi, proizvodnja hrane je doskora bila velika nepoznanica. Do sada je pak zooarheološki i arheobotanički istraženo nekoliko eneolitskih lokaliteta, a nova iskopavanja na Bubnju donela su važne podatke o uzgajanju i upotrebi domaćih biljaka i životinja. Iako su podaci i dalje skromni, posebno oni o poljoprivrednim aktivnostima, sada je ipak moguć uvid u pojedine aspekte proizvodnje hrane. U ovom radu smo do sada prikupljene zooarheološke i arheobotaničke podatke sa Bubnja razmotrili u širem geografskom i hronološkom kontekstu tako što smo uporedili saznanja o uzgajanju i upotrebi životinja i biljaka sa do sada analiziranih kasnoneolitskih i eneolitskih nalazišta na teritoriji Srbije. Uporedna analiza pokazala je da su iste vrste domaćih životinja - goveda, ovce/koze i svinje - gajene i u neolitu i u eneolitu. S druge strane, ostaci ovaca i koza i svinja su, spram govečeta, zastupljeniji u uzorcima sa eneolitskih nalazišta. Utisak je, stoga, da je značaj ovaca i koza, kao i svinja, bio veći u eneolitu, što je važna razlika u odnosu na kasni neolit, tokom kog je goveče bilo dominantno. Postoje, međutim, i izuzeci od ovog opšteg zapažanja; na primer, na nalazištu Vinča - Belo brdo, relativni odnos ekonomski najznačajnih domaćih životinja je manje-više isti tokom oba perioda. Takođe, na kasnoeneolitskom nalazištu Kudoš-Šašinci, većina ostataka pripada domaćem govečetu. Preliminarni zaključak je da generalno ujednačena slika karakteristična za kasni neolit postaje raznovrsnija tokom eneolita i javljaju se jasne regionalne i hronološke razlike u pogledu značaja domaćih životinja. Arheobotanički podaci pokazuju da se spektar gajenih vrsta na nalazištima kasnog neolita i eneolita u Srbiji uveliko preklapa, te da osnovne kulture poznate iz neolita - jednozrna i dvozrna pšenica - ostaju osnov poljoprivredne proizvodnje i tokom eneolita. I ovde se, međutim, kao i kod domaćih životinja, uočavaju moguće razlike između lokaliteta. Recimo, u kasnoeneolitskom sloju Gomolave zabeležena je veća količina ječma, što je za sada jedini slučaj kako za neolit tako i za eneolit, jer se ječam na drugim analiziranim lokalitetima iz ovih perioda javlja samo u tragovima. Podaci sa Bubnja ukazuju na mogući rast u važnosti mahunarki, tačnije sočiva, od ranog ka kasnom eneolitu, te manje značajnu ulogu dvozrne pšenice kroz vreme, ali je broj ostataka izuzetno Mali za čvrste zaključke. Dok relativno nepromenjen izbor gajenih vrsta kroz kasni neolit i eneolit ističe kontinuitet, donekle su vidljive potencijalne razlike između lokaliteta u stepenu proizvodnje pojedinih poljoprivrednih kultura. Moguće je da dolazi do promene u metodama i intenzitetu zemljoradnje, a vrlo verovatno u vezi sa promenama u stočarstvu, recimo u pogledu potrebe za proizvodnjom stočne hrane ili varijacijama u veličini površina pod usevima ili onim namenjenim za ispašu. Uvid u ove i slične aspekte proizvodnje hrane u eneolitu zahteva znatno veću količinu podataka od one koja je sada na raspolaganju., In the central Balkans, the period from the second half of the 5th through the mid-3rd millennium BC is known as the Eneolithic. The earlier part of this period has been described as the transition between the Late Neolithic and Early Eneolithic and the time of transformations-societal, economic and ideological. Prevailing understanding of the archaeological record from this period is that the remarkable shifts in the settlement system reflect disintegration of the Neolithic society. What effect did this have on food economy? This question has not yet been addressed using the direct evidence of food production and consumption from archaeological sites. Although such evidence is scarce, it has in recent years been enlarged through new excavations, including those at the long-lasting site of Bubanj in southern Serbia. This paper combines the archaeobotanical and zooarchaeological datasets from Bubanj and examines the integrated evidence from a broader chronological and geographical perspective using the information from other Eneolithic and, also, Late Neolithic sites in Serbia. A picture of agricultural diversity emerges, perhaps reflecting diachronic changes in the production methods and choices. These may have been driven by the social and ecological factors that led to the cultural transformations during and after the transitional period.",
publisher = "Srpsko arheološko društvo, Beograd",
journal = "Glasnik Srpskog arheološkog društva",
title = "Proizvodnja hrane tokom i posle neolitskoeneolitske tranzicije na centralnom Balkanu - širi kontekst nalaza domaćih biljaka i životinja sa eneolitskog bubnja u južnoj Srbiji, Food economy during and after the neolithiceneolithic transition in the central Balkans: Contextualising crops and domestic animals from Eneolithic Bubanj, southern Serbia",
pages = "56-27",
number = "36",
doi = "10.18485/gsad.2020.36.2",
url = "conv_252"
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Filipović, D., Bulatović, J.,& Bulatović, A.. (2020). Proizvodnja hrane tokom i posle neolitskoeneolitske tranzicije na centralnom Balkanu - širi kontekst nalaza domaćih biljaka i životinja sa eneolitskog bubnja u južnoj Srbiji. in Glasnik Srpskog arheološkog društva
Srpsko arheološko društvo, Beograd.(36), 27-56.
https://doi.org/10.18485/gsad.2020.36.2
conv_252
Filipović D, Bulatović J, Bulatović A. Proizvodnja hrane tokom i posle neolitskoeneolitske tranzicije na centralnom Balkanu - širi kontekst nalaza domaćih biljaka i životinja sa eneolitskog bubnja u južnoj Srbiji. in Glasnik Srpskog arheološkog društva. 2020;(36):27-56.
doi:10.18485/gsad.2020.36.2
conv_252 .
Filipović, Dragana, Bulatović, Jelena, Bulatović, Aleksandar, "Proizvodnja hrane tokom i posle neolitskoeneolitske tranzicije na centralnom Balkanu - širi kontekst nalaza domaćih biljaka i životinja sa eneolitskog bubnja u južnoj Srbiji" in Glasnik Srpskog arheološkog društva, no. 36 (2020):27-56,
https://doi.org/10.18485/gsad.2020.36.2 .,
conv_252 .
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Ranosrednjovekovna sahrana žene i lisice na nekropoli Slog u Ravni (Timacum Minus) u istočnoj Srbiji

Petković, Sofija; Petković, Sofija; Gojković, Dragica; Bulatović, Jelena

(Arheološki institut, Beograd, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Petković, Sofija
AU  - Petković, Sofija
AU  - Gojković, Dragica
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/339
AB  - Na istočnim padinama brda Slog u Ravni, oko 400 m zapadno od rimskog utvrđenja Timacum Minus, u periodu između 1994. i 1996. i između 2013. i 2015. godine, na višeslojnoj nekropoli sprovedena su arheološka istraživanja. Dva glavna horizonta korišćenja nekropole hronološki su opredeljena u kasnorimski i ranosrednjovekovni period. Kasnorimska nekropola sa tri faze datovana je u period od sredine 4. do sredine 5. veka, dok je za ranosrednjovekovnu nekropolu, na osnovu novih arheoloških iskopavanja, utvrđeno da je imala dve faze: raniju - datovanu u period 8-9. veka, i kasniju - od kraja 9. do početka 11. veka. Tokom iskopavanja 2014. godine, u starijem ranosrednjovekovnom horizontu nekropole otkriven je jedan zanimljiv grob (G 159), koji predstavlja jedinstven nalaz na čitavoj nekropoli. Žena u ovom grobu (G 159) bila je sahranjena u jednostavnoj ovalnoj raki, na leđima i s rukama ispruženim pored tela. Grob je bio orijentisan u pravcu zapad-istok, sa devijacijom manjom od 5º ka jugu. Ceo skelet žene bio je slabo očuvan - neke kosti su bile dislocirane, a neke su nedostajale. Posebno zanimljiv nalaz jeste skelet životinje koji je pronađen zapadno od ženine glave, u savijenom položaju, tako što je glava životinje bila naslonjena na levu stranu glave žene. Žena je bila sahranjena sa brojnim grobnim prilozima, na osnovu kojih je TA sahrana opredeljena u period 8-9. veka. Antropološka analiza je pokazala da je žena u trenutku smrti imala između 40 i 45 godina. Uočene patološke promene na njenim kostima svedoče da je patila od osteoartritisa. Te osteoartričine lezije, zajedno sa naglašenim pripojima mišića, upućuju na to da se tokom života bavila teškim fizičkim aktivnostima. Ante-mortem gubitak svih zuba iz njene donje vilice predstavlja veoma zanimljivu i još uvek nerazjašnjenu pojavu. S jedne strane, moguće je da je to stanje posledica nekog dentalnog oboljenja, dok je, s druge, možda i rezultat mutilacije - namernog sakaćenja pokojnice. Međutim, ovo tumačenje treba uzeti sa dozom rezerve budući da adekvatne analogije takve prakse još nisu pronađene. Arheozoološka analiza je pokazala da skelet životinje sahranjene u grobu sa ženom pripada odrasloj lisici, staroj između dve i četiri godine. Budući da se izračunata visina grebena ove jedinke od 41,3 cm nalazi u gornjem opsegu visina grebena lisica, može se pretpostaviti da skelet pripada mužjaku lisice, a nepostojanje tragova glodanja i raspadanja na skeletnim ostacima ukazuje na to da je životinja pohranjena brzo posle smrti. Ako se ima u vidu položaj lisice i njeno mesto u grobu u odnosu na sahranjenu ženu, može se zaključiti da se radi o istovremenom događaju, to jest sahrani. Na osnovu svih podataka kao i detaljne arheološke, antropološke i arheozoološke analize groba 159 (G 159) na nekropoli Slog u Ravni, može se zaključiti sledeće: da je ova sredovečna žena bila istaknutog društvenog statusa u ranosrednjovekovnom naselju u Ravni, da je imala antemortem gubitak svih zuba iz donje vilice (mutilacija ?), da je bila sahranjena sa odraslim mužjakom lisice, s kojim je verovatno imala neku posebnu vrstu veze, i da se ova pogrebna praksa možda može povezati sa šamanizmom. Jedina analogija za takvu pogrebnu praksu kod nas do sada je zabeležena na avarskoj nekropoli Pionirska ulica - Bečej (grob 16) u Vojvodini i datuje se u ranoavarski period. Sahrana u grobu 159 sa nekropole Slog mlađa je jedno stoleće i ukazuje na moguće uticaje stepsko-nomadskih zajednica, pre svega Bugara.
AB  - On the Eastern slope of Slog Hill in Ravna, some 400 m to the West of the Roman fortification of Timacum Minus, a multilayered necropolis was investigated from 1994 to 1996 and from 2013 to 2015. There are two main horizons of the necropolis - Late Roman and Early Medieval. The late Roman necropolis has three phases dated from the middle of the 4th to the middle of the 5th century. The early medieval necropolis, according to the new excavations, has two phases, the earlier dated to the 8th - 9th centuries and the later from the end of the 9th to the beginning of the 11th century. An interesting grave (G 159), belonging to the earlier medieval phase of necropolis, was discovered in 2014. It is a unique burial of a woman and a fox, which has its only analogy in a disturbed woman and fox grave (grave 16) at the early Avar necropolis in Bečej. The burial with a fox could be interpreted in two ways - that the animal has a cult - ritual - magic meaning or that the fox was a pet of the deceased.
PB  - Arheološki institut, Beograd
T2  - Starinar
T1  - Ranosrednjovekovna sahrana žene i lisice na nekropoli Slog u Ravni (Timacum Minus) u istočnoj Srbiji
T1  - Early medieval burial of woman and fox at the Slog necropolis in Ravna (Timacum Minus) in Eastern Serbia
EP  - 255
IS  - 70
SP  - 239
DO  - 10.2298/STA2070239P
UR  - conv_479
ER  - 
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author = "Petković, Sofija and Petković, Sofija and Gojković, Dragica and Bulatović, Jelena",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Na istočnim padinama brda Slog u Ravni, oko 400 m zapadno od rimskog utvrđenja Timacum Minus, u periodu između 1994. i 1996. i između 2013. i 2015. godine, na višeslojnoj nekropoli sprovedena su arheološka istraživanja. Dva glavna horizonta korišćenja nekropole hronološki su opredeljena u kasnorimski i ranosrednjovekovni period. Kasnorimska nekropola sa tri faze datovana je u period od sredine 4. do sredine 5. veka, dok je za ranosrednjovekovnu nekropolu, na osnovu novih arheoloških iskopavanja, utvrđeno da je imala dve faze: raniju - datovanu u period 8-9. veka, i kasniju - od kraja 9. do početka 11. veka. Tokom iskopavanja 2014. godine, u starijem ranosrednjovekovnom horizontu nekropole otkriven je jedan zanimljiv grob (G 159), koji predstavlja jedinstven nalaz na čitavoj nekropoli. Žena u ovom grobu (G 159) bila je sahranjena u jednostavnoj ovalnoj raki, na leđima i s rukama ispruženim pored tela. Grob je bio orijentisan u pravcu zapad-istok, sa devijacijom manjom od 5º ka jugu. Ceo skelet žene bio je slabo očuvan - neke kosti su bile dislocirane, a neke su nedostajale. Posebno zanimljiv nalaz jeste skelet životinje koji je pronađen zapadno od ženine glave, u savijenom položaju, tako što je glava životinje bila naslonjena na levu stranu glave žene. Žena je bila sahranjena sa brojnim grobnim prilozima, na osnovu kojih je TA sahrana opredeljena u period 8-9. veka. Antropološka analiza je pokazala da je žena u trenutku smrti imala između 40 i 45 godina. Uočene patološke promene na njenim kostima svedoče da je patila od osteoartritisa. Te osteoartričine lezije, zajedno sa naglašenim pripojima mišića, upućuju na to da se tokom života bavila teškim fizičkim aktivnostima. Ante-mortem gubitak svih zuba iz njene donje vilice predstavlja veoma zanimljivu i još uvek nerazjašnjenu pojavu. S jedne strane, moguće je da je to stanje posledica nekog dentalnog oboljenja, dok je, s druge, možda i rezultat mutilacije - namernog sakaćenja pokojnice. Međutim, ovo tumačenje treba uzeti sa dozom rezerve budući da adekvatne analogije takve prakse još nisu pronađene. Arheozoološka analiza je pokazala da skelet životinje sahranjene u grobu sa ženom pripada odrasloj lisici, staroj između dve i četiri godine. Budući da se izračunata visina grebena ove jedinke od 41,3 cm nalazi u gornjem opsegu visina grebena lisica, može se pretpostaviti da skelet pripada mužjaku lisice, a nepostojanje tragova glodanja i raspadanja na skeletnim ostacima ukazuje na to da je životinja pohranjena brzo posle smrti. Ako se ima u vidu položaj lisice i njeno mesto u grobu u odnosu na sahranjenu ženu, može se zaključiti da se radi o istovremenom događaju, to jest sahrani. Na osnovu svih podataka kao i detaljne arheološke, antropološke i arheozoološke analize groba 159 (G 159) na nekropoli Slog u Ravni, može se zaključiti sledeće: da je ova sredovečna žena bila istaknutog društvenog statusa u ranosrednjovekovnom naselju u Ravni, da je imala antemortem gubitak svih zuba iz donje vilice (mutilacija ?), da je bila sahranjena sa odraslim mužjakom lisice, s kojim je verovatno imala neku posebnu vrstu veze, i da se ova pogrebna praksa možda može povezati sa šamanizmom. Jedina analogija za takvu pogrebnu praksu kod nas do sada je zabeležena na avarskoj nekropoli Pionirska ulica - Bečej (grob 16) u Vojvodini i datuje se u ranoavarski period. Sahrana u grobu 159 sa nekropole Slog mlađa je jedno stoleće i ukazuje na moguće uticaje stepsko-nomadskih zajednica, pre svega Bugara., On the Eastern slope of Slog Hill in Ravna, some 400 m to the West of the Roman fortification of Timacum Minus, a multilayered necropolis was investigated from 1994 to 1996 and from 2013 to 2015. There are two main horizons of the necropolis - Late Roman and Early Medieval. The late Roman necropolis has three phases dated from the middle of the 4th to the middle of the 5th century. The early medieval necropolis, according to the new excavations, has two phases, the earlier dated to the 8th - 9th centuries and the later from the end of the 9th to the beginning of the 11th century. An interesting grave (G 159), belonging to the earlier medieval phase of necropolis, was discovered in 2014. It is a unique burial of a woman and a fox, which has its only analogy in a disturbed woman and fox grave (grave 16) at the early Avar necropolis in Bečej. The burial with a fox could be interpreted in two ways - that the animal has a cult - ritual - magic meaning or that the fox was a pet of the deceased.",
publisher = "Arheološki institut, Beograd",
journal = "Starinar",
title = "Ranosrednjovekovna sahrana žene i lisice na nekropoli Slog u Ravni (Timacum Minus) u istočnoj Srbiji, Early medieval burial of woman and fox at the Slog necropolis in Ravna (Timacum Minus) in Eastern Serbia",
pages = "255-239",
number = "70",
doi = "10.2298/STA2070239P",
url = "conv_479"
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Petković, S., Petković, S., Gojković, D.,& Bulatović, J.. (2020). Ranosrednjovekovna sahrana žene i lisice na nekropoli Slog u Ravni (Timacum Minus) u istočnoj Srbiji. in Starinar
Arheološki institut, Beograd.(70), 239-255.
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Origins and genetic legacy of prehistoric dogs

Bergstrom, Anders; Frantz, Laurent; Schmidt, Ryan; Ersmark, Erik; Lebrasseur, Ophelie; Girdland-Flink, Linus; Lin, Audrey T.; Stora, Jan; Sjogren, Karl-Goran; Anthony, David; Antipina, Ekaterina; Amiri, Sarieh; Bar-Oz, Guy; Bazaliiskii, Vladimir I.; Bulatović, Jelena; Brown, Dorcas; Carmagnini, Alberto; Davy, Tom; Fedorov, Sergey; Fiore, Ivana; Fulton, Deirdre; Germonpre, Mietje; Haile, James; Irving-Pease, Evan K.; Jamieson, Alexandra; Janssens, Luc; Kirillova, Irina; Horwitz, Liora Kolska; Kuzmanović-Cvetković, Julka; Kuzmin, Yaroslav; Losey, Robert J.; Loznjak-Dizdar, Daria; Mashkour, Marjan; Novak, Mario; Onar, Vedat; Orton, David; Pasaric, Maja; Radivojević, Miljana; Rajković, Dragana; Roberts, Benjamin; Ryan, Hannah; Sablin, Mikhail; Shidlovskiy, Fedor; Dimitrijević, Ivana; Tagliacozzo, Antonio; Trantalidou, Katerina; Ullen, Inga; Villaluenga, Aritza; Wapnish, Paula; Dobney, Keith; Gotherstrom, Anders; Linderholm, Anna; Dalen, Love; Pinhasi, Ron; Larson, Greger; Skoglund, Pontus

(Amer Assoc Advancement Science, Washington, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Bergstrom, Anders
AU  - Frantz, Laurent
AU  - Schmidt, Ryan
AU  - Ersmark, Erik
AU  - Lebrasseur, Ophelie
AU  - Girdland-Flink, Linus
AU  - Lin, Audrey T.
AU  - Stora, Jan
AU  - Sjogren, Karl-Goran
AU  - Anthony, David
AU  - Antipina, Ekaterina
AU  - Amiri, Sarieh
AU  - Bar-Oz, Guy
AU  - Bazaliiskii, Vladimir I.
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
AU  - Brown, Dorcas
AU  - Carmagnini, Alberto
AU  - Davy, Tom
AU  - Fedorov, Sergey
AU  - Fiore, Ivana
AU  - Fulton, Deirdre
AU  - Germonpre, Mietje
AU  - Haile, James
AU  - Irving-Pease, Evan K.
AU  - Jamieson, Alexandra
AU  - Janssens, Luc
AU  - Kirillova, Irina
AU  - Horwitz, Liora Kolska
AU  - Kuzmanović-Cvetković, Julka
AU  - Kuzmin, Yaroslav
AU  - Losey, Robert J.
AU  - Loznjak-Dizdar, Daria
AU  - Mashkour, Marjan
AU  - Novak, Mario
AU  - Onar, Vedat
AU  - Orton, David
AU  - Pasaric, Maja
AU  - Radivojević, Miljana
AU  - Rajković, Dragana
AU  - Roberts, Benjamin
AU  - Ryan, Hannah
AU  - Sablin, Mikhail
AU  - Shidlovskiy, Fedor
AU  - Dimitrijević, Ivana
AU  - Tagliacozzo, Antonio
AU  - Trantalidou, Katerina
AU  - Ullen, Inga
AU  - Villaluenga, Aritza
AU  - Wapnish, Paula
AU  - Dobney, Keith
AU  - Gotherstrom, Anders
AU  - Linderholm, Anna
AU  - Dalen, Love
AU  - Pinhasi, Ron
AU  - Larson, Greger
AU  - Skoglund, Pontus
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/353
AB  - Dogs were the first domestic animal, but little is known about their population history and to what extent it was linked to humans. We sequenced 27 ancient dog genomes and found that all dogs share a common ancestry distinct from present-day wolves, with limited gene flow from wolves since domestication but substantial dog-to-wolf gene flow. By 11,000 years ago, at least five major ancestry lineages had diversified, demonstrating a deep genetic history of dogs during the Paleolithic. Coanalysis with human genomes reveals aspects of dog population history that mirror humans, including Levant-related ancestry in Africa and early agricultural Europe. Other aspects differ, including the impacts of steppe pastoralist expansions in West and East Eurasia and a near-complete turnover of Neolithic European dog ancestry.
PB  - Amer Assoc Advancement Science, Washington
T2  - Science
T1  - Origins and genetic legacy of prehistoric dogs
EP  - 563
IS  - 6516
SP  - 557
VL  - 370
DO  - 10.1126/science.aba9572
UR  - conv_314
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Bergstrom, Anders and Frantz, Laurent and Schmidt, Ryan and Ersmark, Erik and Lebrasseur, Ophelie and Girdland-Flink, Linus and Lin, Audrey T. and Stora, Jan and Sjogren, Karl-Goran and Anthony, David and Antipina, Ekaterina and Amiri, Sarieh and Bar-Oz, Guy and Bazaliiskii, Vladimir I. and Bulatović, Jelena and Brown, Dorcas and Carmagnini, Alberto and Davy, Tom and Fedorov, Sergey and Fiore, Ivana and Fulton, Deirdre and Germonpre, Mietje and Haile, James and Irving-Pease, Evan K. and Jamieson, Alexandra and Janssens, Luc and Kirillova, Irina and Horwitz, Liora Kolska and Kuzmanović-Cvetković, Julka and Kuzmin, Yaroslav and Losey, Robert J. and Loznjak-Dizdar, Daria and Mashkour, Marjan and Novak, Mario and Onar, Vedat and Orton, David and Pasaric, Maja and Radivojević, Miljana and Rajković, Dragana and Roberts, Benjamin and Ryan, Hannah and Sablin, Mikhail and Shidlovskiy, Fedor and Dimitrijević, Ivana and Tagliacozzo, Antonio and Trantalidou, Katerina and Ullen, Inga and Villaluenga, Aritza and Wapnish, Paula and Dobney, Keith and Gotherstrom, Anders and Linderholm, Anna and Dalen, Love and Pinhasi, Ron and Larson, Greger and Skoglund, Pontus",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Dogs were the first domestic animal, but little is known about their population history and to what extent it was linked to humans. We sequenced 27 ancient dog genomes and found that all dogs share a common ancestry distinct from present-day wolves, with limited gene flow from wolves since domestication but substantial dog-to-wolf gene flow. By 11,000 years ago, at least five major ancestry lineages had diversified, demonstrating a deep genetic history of dogs during the Paleolithic. Coanalysis with human genomes reveals aspects of dog population history that mirror humans, including Levant-related ancestry in Africa and early agricultural Europe. Other aspects differ, including the impacts of steppe pastoralist expansions in West and East Eurasia and a near-complete turnover of Neolithic European dog ancestry.",
publisher = "Amer Assoc Advancement Science, Washington",
journal = "Science",
title = "Origins and genetic legacy of prehistoric dogs",
pages = "563-557",
number = "6516",
volume = "370",
doi = "10.1126/science.aba9572",
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}
Bergstrom, A., Frantz, L., Schmidt, R., Ersmark, E., Lebrasseur, O., Girdland-Flink, L., Lin, A. T., Stora, J., Sjogren, K., Anthony, D., Antipina, E., Amiri, S., Bar-Oz, G., Bazaliiskii, V. I., Bulatović, J., Brown, D., Carmagnini, A., Davy, T., Fedorov, S., Fiore, I., Fulton, D., Germonpre, M., Haile, J., Irving-Pease, E. K., Jamieson, A., Janssens, L., Kirillova, I., Horwitz, L. K., Kuzmanović-Cvetković, J., Kuzmin, Y., Losey, R. J., Loznjak-Dizdar, D., Mashkour, M., Novak, M., Onar, V., Orton, D., Pasaric, M., Radivojević, M., Rajković, D., Roberts, B., Ryan, H., Sablin, M., Shidlovskiy, F., Dimitrijević, I., Tagliacozzo, A., Trantalidou, K., Ullen, I., Villaluenga, A., Wapnish, P., Dobney, K., Gotherstrom, A., Linderholm, A., Dalen, L., Pinhasi, R., Larson, G.,& Skoglund, P.. (2020). Origins and genetic legacy of prehistoric dogs. in Science
Amer Assoc Advancement Science, Washington., 370(6516), 557-563.
https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aba9572
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Bergstrom A, Frantz L, Schmidt R, Ersmark E, Lebrasseur O, Girdland-Flink L, Lin AT, Stora J, Sjogren K, Anthony D, Antipina E, Amiri S, Bar-Oz G, Bazaliiskii VI, Bulatović J, Brown D, Carmagnini A, Davy T, Fedorov S, Fiore I, Fulton D, Germonpre M, Haile J, Irving-Pease EK, Jamieson A, Janssens L, Kirillova I, Horwitz LK, Kuzmanović-Cvetković J, Kuzmin Y, Losey RJ, Loznjak-Dizdar D, Mashkour M, Novak M, Onar V, Orton D, Pasaric M, Radivojević M, Rajković D, Roberts B, Ryan H, Sablin M, Shidlovskiy F, Dimitrijević I, Tagliacozzo A, Trantalidou K, Ullen I, Villaluenga A, Wapnish P, Dobney K, Gotherstrom A, Linderholm A, Dalen L, Pinhasi R, Larson G, Skoglund P. Origins and genetic legacy of prehistoric dogs. in Science. 2020;370(6516):557-563.
doi:10.1126/science.aba9572
conv_314 .
Bergstrom, Anders, Frantz, Laurent, Schmidt, Ryan, Ersmark, Erik, Lebrasseur, Ophelie, Girdland-Flink, Linus, Lin, Audrey T., Stora, Jan, Sjogren, Karl-Goran, Anthony, David, Antipina, Ekaterina, Amiri, Sarieh, Bar-Oz, Guy, Bazaliiskii, Vladimir I., Bulatović, Jelena, Brown, Dorcas, Carmagnini, Alberto, Davy, Tom, Fedorov, Sergey, Fiore, Ivana, Fulton, Deirdre, Germonpre, Mietje, Haile, James, Irving-Pease, Evan K., Jamieson, Alexandra, Janssens, Luc, Kirillova, Irina, Horwitz, Liora Kolska, Kuzmanović-Cvetković, Julka, Kuzmin, Yaroslav, Losey, Robert J., Loznjak-Dizdar, Daria, Mashkour, Marjan, Novak, Mario, Onar, Vedat, Orton, David, Pasaric, Maja, Radivojević, Miljana, Rajković, Dragana, Roberts, Benjamin, Ryan, Hannah, Sablin, Mikhail, Shidlovskiy, Fedor, Dimitrijević, Ivana, Tagliacozzo, Antonio, Trantalidou, Katerina, Ullen, Inga, Villaluenga, Aritza, Wapnish, Paula, Dobney, Keith, Gotherstrom, Anders, Linderholm, Anna, Dalen, Love, Pinhasi, Ron, Larson, Greger, Skoglund, Pontus, "Origins and genetic legacy of prehistoric dogs" in Science, 370, no. 6516 (2020):557-563,
https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aba9572 .,
conv_314 .
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Ancient cattle genomics, origins, and rapid turnover in the Fertile Crescent

Verdugo, Marta Pereira; Mullin, Victoria E.; Scheu, Amelie; Mattiangeli, Valeria; Daly, Kevin G.; Delser, Pierpaolo Maisano; Hare, Andrew J.; Burger, Joachim; Collins, Matthew J.; Kehati, Ron; Hesse, Paula; Fulton, Deirdre; Sauer, Eberhard W.; Mohaseb, Fatemeh A.; Davoudi, Hossein; Khazaeli, Roya; Lhuillier, Johanna; Rapin, Claude; Ebrahimi, Saeed; Khasanov, Mutalib; Vahidi, S. M. Farhad; MacHugh, David E.; Ertugrul, Okan; Koukouli-Chrysanthaki, Chaido; Sampson, Adamantios; Kazantzis, George; Kontopoulos, Ioannis; Bulatović, Jelena; Dimitrijević, Ivana; Mikdad, Abdesalam; Benecke, Norbert; Linstaedter, Joerg; Sablin, Mikhail; Bendrey, Robin; Gourichon, Lionel; Arbuckle, Benjamin S.; Mashkour, Marjan; Orton, David; Horwitz, Liora Kolska; Teasdale, Matthew D.; Bradley, Daniel G.

(Amer Assoc Advancement Science, Washington, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Verdugo, Marta Pereira
AU  - Mullin, Victoria E.
AU  - Scheu, Amelie
AU  - Mattiangeli, Valeria
AU  - Daly, Kevin G.
AU  - Delser, Pierpaolo Maisano
AU  - Hare, Andrew J.
AU  - Burger, Joachim
AU  - Collins, Matthew J.
AU  - Kehati, Ron
AU  - Hesse, Paula
AU  - Fulton, Deirdre
AU  - Sauer, Eberhard W.
AU  - Mohaseb, Fatemeh A.
AU  - Davoudi, Hossein
AU  - Khazaeli, Roya
AU  - Lhuillier, Johanna
AU  - Rapin, Claude
AU  - Ebrahimi, Saeed
AU  - Khasanov, Mutalib
AU  - Vahidi, S. M. Farhad
AU  - MacHugh, David E.
AU  - Ertugrul, Okan
AU  - Koukouli-Chrysanthaki, Chaido
AU  - Sampson, Adamantios
AU  - Kazantzis, George
AU  - Kontopoulos, Ioannis
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
AU  - Dimitrijević, Ivana
AU  - Mikdad, Abdesalam
AU  - Benecke, Norbert
AU  - Linstaedter, Joerg
AU  - Sablin, Mikhail
AU  - Bendrey, Robin
AU  - Gourichon, Lionel
AU  - Arbuckle, Benjamin S.
AU  - Mashkour, Marjan
AU  - Orton, David
AU  - Horwitz, Liora Kolska
AU  - Teasdale, Matthew D.
AU  - Bradley, Daniel G.
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/311
AB  - Genome-wide analysis of 67 ancient Near Eastern cattle, Bos taurus, remains reveals regional variation that has since been obscured by admixture in modern populations. Comparisons of genomes of early domestic cattle to their aurochs progenitors identify diverse origins with separate introgressions of wild stock. A later region-wide Bronze Age shift indicates rapid and widespread introgression of zebu, Bos indicus, from the Indus Valley. This process was likely stimulated at the onset of the current geological age, similar to 4.2 thousand years ago, by a widespread multicentury drought. In contrast to genome-wide admixture, mitochondrial DNA stasis supports that this introgression was male-driven, suggesting that selection of arid-adapted zebu bulls enhanced herd survival. This human-mediated migration of zebu-derived genetics has continued through millennia, altering tropical herding on each continent.
PB  - Amer Assoc Advancement Science, Washington
T2  - Science
T1  - Ancient cattle genomics, origins, and rapid turnover in the Fertile Crescent
EP  - +
IS  - 6449
SP  - 173
VL  - 365
DO  - 10.1126/science.aav1002
UR  - conv_352
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Verdugo, Marta Pereira and Mullin, Victoria E. and Scheu, Amelie and Mattiangeli, Valeria and Daly, Kevin G. and Delser, Pierpaolo Maisano and Hare, Andrew J. and Burger, Joachim and Collins, Matthew J. and Kehati, Ron and Hesse, Paula and Fulton, Deirdre and Sauer, Eberhard W. and Mohaseb, Fatemeh A. and Davoudi, Hossein and Khazaeli, Roya and Lhuillier, Johanna and Rapin, Claude and Ebrahimi, Saeed and Khasanov, Mutalib and Vahidi, S. M. Farhad and MacHugh, David E. and Ertugrul, Okan and Koukouli-Chrysanthaki, Chaido and Sampson, Adamantios and Kazantzis, George and Kontopoulos, Ioannis and Bulatović, Jelena and Dimitrijević, Ivana and Mikdad, Abdesalam and Benecke, Norbert and Linstaedter, Joerg and Sablin, Mikhail and Bendrey, Robin and Gourichon, Lionel and Arbuckle, Benjamin S. and Mashkour, Marjan and Orton, David and Horwitz, Liora Kolska and Teasdale, Matthew D. and Bradley, Daniel G.",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Genome-wide analysis of 67 ancient Near Eastern cattle, Bos taurus, remains reveals regional variation that has since been obscured by admixture in modern populations. Comparisons of genomes of early domestic cattle to their aurochs progenitors identify diverse origins with separate introgressions of wild stock. A later region-wide Bronze Age shift indicates rapid and widespread introgression of zebu, Bos indicus, from the Indus Valley. This process was likely stimulated at the onset of the current geological age, similar to 4.2 thousand years ago, by a widespread multicentury drought. In contrast to genome-wide admixture, mitochondrial DNA stasis supports that this introgression was male-driven, suggesting that selection of arid-adapted zebu bulls enhanced herd survival. This human-mediated migration of zebu-derived genetics has continued through millennia, altering tropical herding on each continent.",
publisher = "Amer Assoc Advancement Science, Washington",
journal = "Science",
title = "Ancient cattle genomics, origins, and rapid turnover in the Fertile Crescent",
pages = "+-173",
number = "6449",
volume = "365",
doi = "10.1126/science.aav1002",
url = "conv_352"
}
Verdugo, M. P., Mullin, V. E., Scheu, A., Mattiangeli, V., Daly, K. G., Delser, P. M., Hare, A. J., Burger, J., Collins, M. J., Kehati, R., Hesse, P., Fulton, D., Sauer, E. W., Mohaseb, F. A., Davoudi, H., Khazaeli, R., Lhuillier, J., Rapin, C., Ebrahimi, S., Khasanov, M., Vahidi, S. M. F., MacHugh, D. E., Ertugrul, O., Koukouli-Chrysanthaki, C., Sampson, A., Kazantzis, G., Kontopoulos, I., Bulatović, J., Dimitrijević, I., Mikdad, A., Benecke, N., Linstaedter, J., Sablin, M., Bendrey, R., Gourichon, L., Arbuckle, B. S., Mashkour, M., Orton, D., Horwitz, L. K., Teasdale, M. D.,& Bradley, D. G.. (2019). Ancient cattle genomics, origins, and rapid turnover in the Fertile Crescent. in Science
Amer Assoc Advancement Science, Washington., 365(6449), 173-+.
https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aav1002
conv_352
Verdugo MP, Mullin VE, Scheu A, Mattiangeli V, Daly KG, Delser PM, Hare AJ, Burger J, Collins MJ, Kehati R, Hesse P, Fulton D, Sauer EW, Mohaseb FA, Davoudi H, Khazaeli R, Lhuillier J, Rapin C, Ebrahimi S, Khasanov M, Vahidi SMF, MacHugh DE, Ertugrul O, Koukouli-Chrysanthaki C, Sampson A, Kazantzis G, Kontopoulos I, Bulatović J, Dimitrijević I, Mikdad A, Benecke N, Linstaedter J, Sablin M, Bendrey R, Gourichon L, Arbuckle BS, Mashkour M, Orton D, Horwitz LK, Teasdale MD, Bradley DG. Ancient cattle genomics, origins, and rapid turnover in the Fertile Crescent. in Science. 2019;365(6449):173-+.
doi:10.1126/science.aav1002
conv_352 .
Verdugo, Marta Pereira, Mullin, Victoria E., Scheu, Amelie, Mattiangeli, Valeria, Daly, Kevin G., Delser, Pierpaolo Maisano, Hare, Andrew J., Burger, Joachim, Collins, Matthew J., Kehati, Ron, Hesse, Paula, Fulton, Deirdre, Sauer, Eberhard W., Mohaseb, Fatemeh A., Davoudi, Hossein, Khazaeli, Roya, Lhuillier, Johanna, Rapin, Claude, Ebrahimi, Saeed, Khasanov, Mutalib, Vahidi, S. M. Farhad, MacHugh, David E., Ertugrul, Okan, Koukouli-Chrysanthaki, Chaido, Sampson, Adamantios, Kazantzis, George, Kontopoulos, Ioannis, Bulatović, Jelena, Dimitrijević, Ivana, Mikdad, Abdesalam, Benecke, Norbert, Linstaedter, Joerg, Sablin, Mikhail, Bendrey, Robin, Gourichon, Lionel, Arbuckle, Benjamin S., Mashkour, Marjan, Orton, David, Horwitz, Liora Kolska, Teasdale, Matthew D., Bradley, Daniel G., "Ancient cattle genomics, origins, and rapid turnover in the Fertile Crescent" in Science, 365, no. 6449 (2019):173-+,
https://doi.org/10.1126/science.aav1002 .,
conv_352 .
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New Insights into the Later Stage of the Neolithisation Process of the Central Balkans. First Excavations at Svinjaricka Cuka 2018

Horejs, Barbara; Bulatović, Aleksandar; Bulatović, Jelena; Brandl, Michael; Burke, Clare; Filipović, Dragana; Mili', Bogdana

(Verlag Der Oesterreichischen Akad Wissenschaften, Vienna, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Horejs, Barbara
AU  - Bulatović, Aleksandar
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
AU  - Brandl, Michael
AU  - Burke, Clare
AU  - Filipović, Dragana
AU  - Mili', Bogdana
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/313
AB  - This article discusses recent findings from the newly identified archaeological site of Svinjaricka Cuka, situated next to the Southern Morava River in southern Serbia. We will present the latest results from the excavation, material studies, bioarchaeological analyses and contextualised radiocarbon data, focusing on the Stare'evo Neolithic horizon within the context of the new NEOTECH project. The interdisciplinary approach aims to shed light on the Neolithisation process of the region along one of the main communication routes between the Aegean and the Danube by the Axios-Vardar-Morava river system. The work so far has uncovered remains of Early to Middle Neolithic features dating around 5600 calBC, with analyses of faunal remains, ceramics and lithics contributing new insights into animal exploitation, raw materials and technological practices during this important time of socio-economic transition.
PB  - Verlag Der Oesterreichischen Akad Wissenschaften, Vienna
T2  - Archaeologia Austriaca
T1  - New Insights into the Later Stage of the Neolithisation Process of the Central Balkans. First Excavations at Svinjaricka Cuka 2018
EP  - 226
IS  - 103
SP  - 175
DO  - 10.1553/archaeologia103s175
UR  - conv_320
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Horejs, Barbara and Bulatović, Aleksandar and Bulatović, Jelena and Brandl, Michael and Burke, Clare and Filipović, Dragana and Mili', Bogdana",
year = "2019",
abstract = "This article discusses recent findings from the newly identified archaeological site of Svinjaricka Cuka, situated next to the Southern Morava River in southern Serbia. We will present the latest results from the excavation, material studies, bioarchaeological analyses and contextualised radiocarbon data, focusing on the Stare'evo Neolithic horizon within the context of the new NEOTECH project. The interdisciplinary approach aims to shed light on the Neolithisation process of the region along one of the main communication routes between the Aegean and the Danube by the Axios-Vardar-Morava river system. The work so far has uncovered remains of Early to Middle Neolithic features dating around 5600 calBC, with analyses of faunal remains, ceramics and lithics contributing new insights into animal exploitation, raw materials and technological practices during this important time of socio-economic transition.",
publisher = "Verlag Der Oesterreichischen Akad Wissenschaften, Vienna",
journal = "Archaeologia Austriaca",
title = "New Insights into the Later Stage of the Neolithisation Process of the Central Balkans. First Excavations at Svinjaricka Cuka 2018",
pages = "226-175",
number = "103",
doi = "10.1553/archaeologia103s175",
url = "conv_320"
}
Horejs, B., Bulatović, A., Bulatović, J., Brandl, M., Burke, C., Filipović, D.,& Mili', B.. (2019). New Insights into the Later Stage of the Neolithisation Process of the Central Balkans. First Excavations at Svinjaricka Cuka 2018. in Archaeologia Austriaca
Verlag Der Oesterreichischen Akad Wissenschaften, Vienna.(103), 175-226.
https://doi.org/10.1553/archaeologia103s175
conv_320
Horejs B, Bulatović A, Bulatović J, Brandl M, Burke C, Filipović D, Mili' B. New Insights into the Later Stage of the Neolithisation Process of the Central Balkans. First Excavations at Svinjaricka Cuka 2018. in Archaeologia Austriaca. 2019;(103):175-226.
doi:10.1553/archaeologia103s175
conv_320 .
Horejs, Barbara, Bulatović, Aleksandar, Bulatović, Jelena, Brandl, Michael, Burke, Clare, Filipović, Dragana, Mili', Bogdana, "New Insights into the Later Stage of the Neolithisation Process of the Central Balkans. First Excavations at Svinjaricka Cuka 2018" in Archaeologia Austriaca, no. 103 (2019):175-226,
https://doi.org/10.1553/archaeologia103s175 .,
conv_320 .
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Spavin in red deer: A case study from the Early Neolithic Blagotin, Serbia

Bulatović, Jelena; Marković, Nemanja; Stevanović, Oliver; Marinković, Darko; Dimitrijević, Ivana; Krstić, Nikola

(Elsevier Science Inc, New York, 2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Stevanović, Oliver
AU  - Marinković, Darko
AU  - Dimitrijević, Ivana
AU  - Krstić, Nikola
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/257
AB  - Pathological modifications are rarely observed in the remains of wild animals from archaeological sites. We present one such specific, pathological change a case of spavin in a red deer specimen from the Early Neolithic site of Blagotin, in central Serbia. The left tarsal joint presented proliferative new bone formation, which was analyzed macroscopically, then subjected to X-ray and computed tomography (CT) imaging. We assume that the initial degenerative changes in this red deer tarsal joint were probably caused by ageing, although the environment may have likely contributed to the progression of the disorder. Spavin usually results in stiffness of the joints and in lameness, perhaps contributing in the animal's capture by Neolithic hunters. This case is important in that it demonstrates that spavin is not necessarily a consequence of riding or traction work.
PB  - Elsevier Science Inc, New York
T2  - International Journal of Paleopathology
T1  - Spavin in red deer: A case study from the Early Neolithic Blagotin, Serbia
EP  - 35
SP  - 31
VL  - 14
DO  - 10.1016/j.ijpp.2016.04.006
UR  - conv_366
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Bulatović, Jelena and Marković, Nemanja and Stevanović, Oliver and Marinković, Darko and Dimitrijević, Ivana and Krstić, Nikola",
year = "2016",
abstract = "Pathological modifications are rarely observed in the remains of wild animals from archaeological sites. We present one such specific, pathological change a case of spavin in a red deer specimen from the Early Neolithic site of Blagotin, in central Serbia. The left tarsal joint presented proliferative new bone formation, which was analyzed macroscopically, then subjected to X-ray and computed tomography (CT) imaging. We assume that the initial degenerative changes in this red deer tarsal joint were probably caused by ageing, although the environment may have likely contributed to the progression of the disorder. Spavin usually results in stiffness of the joints and in lameness, perhaps contributing in the animal's capture by Neolithic hunters. This case is important in that it demonstrates that spavin is not necessarily a consequence of riding or traction work.",
publisher = "Elsevier Science Inc, New York",
journal = "International Journal of Paleopathology",
title = "Spavin in red deer: A case study from the Early Neolithic Blagotin, Serbia",
pages = "35-31",
volume = "14",
doi = "10.1016/j.ijpp.2016.04.006",
url = "conv_366"
}
Bulatović, J., Marković, N., Stevanović, O., Marinković, D., Dimitrijević, I.,& Krstić, N.. (2016). Spavin in red deer: A case study from the Early Neolithic Blagotin, Serbia. in International Journal of Paleopathology
Elsevier Science Inc, New York., 14, 31-35.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2016.04.006
conv_366
Bulatović J, Marković N, Stevanović O, Marinković D, Dimitrijević I, Krstić N. Spavin in red deer: A case study from the Early Neolithic Blagotin, Serbia. in International Journal of Paleopathology. 2016;14:31-35.
doi:10.1016/j.ijpp.2016.04.006
conv_366 .
Bulatović, Jelena, Marković, Nemanja, Stevanović, Oliver, Marinković, Darko, Dimitrijević, Ivana, Krstić, Nikola, "Spavin in red deer: A case study from the Early Neolithic Blagotin, Serbia" in International Journal of Paleopathology, 14 (2016):31-35,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2016.04.006 .,
conv_366 .
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Paleopathological changes in an early iron age horse skeleton from the Central Balkans (Serbia)

Bulatović, Jelena; Bulatović, Aleksandar; Marković, Nemanja

(Elsevier Science Inc, New York, 2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
AU  - Bulatović, Aleksandar
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
PY  - 2014
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/218
AB  - During a rescue archeological excavation in 2012 at the site of Ranutovac-Meaniste near Vranje, southern Serbia, remains of an Early Iron Age (Hallstatt B-C) settlement were revealed. In one of the settlement pits a complete horse skeleton was discovered. The skeleton belongs to a mare, aged 4-5 years at death. In this paper, paleopathological changes in the horse skeleton are described and analyzed using macroscopic, radiographic and scanning electron microscopy techniques to interpret the possible use of the animal. Potential bitting damage is observed in the lower second premolars (P-2) and mandibular diastema. Several pathologies are recorded in thoracic (T10-17) and lumbar vertebrae (L-1). Paleopathological changes in forelimbs are restricted to the lower leg bones. Bone changes in the hind-limbs, beside the metatarsals and the first phalanges, are also observed in the right femur, right calcaneum and both tibiae. These paleopathological changes were caused by chronic inflammation of ligaments as a consequence of the intensive exploitation of the animal, most likely riding. This paper is one of the first publications of animal paleopathology in Serbia and the first identified example of coxofemoral osteochondrosis in horse in the paleopathological literature.
PB  - Elsevier Science Inc, New York
T2  - International Journal of Paleopathology
T1  - Paleopathological changes in an early iron age horse skeleton from the Central Balkans (Serbia)
EP  - 82
SP  - 76
VL  - 7
DO  - 10.1016/j.ijpp.2014.07.001
UR  - conv_327
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Bulatović, Jelena and Bulatović, Aleksandar and Marković, Nemanja",
year = "2014",
abstract = "During a rescue archeological excavation in 2012 at the site of Ranutovac-Meaniste near Vranje, southern Serbia, remains of an Early Iron Age (Hallstatt B-C) settlement were revealed. In one of the settlement pits a complete horse skeleton was discovered. The skeleton belongs to a mare, aged 4-5 years at death. In this paper, paleopathological changes in the horse skeleton are described and analyzed using macroscopic, radiographic and scanning electron microscopy techniques to interpret the possible use of the animal. Potential bitting damage is observed in the lower second premolars (P-2) and mandibular diastema. Several pathologies are recorded in thoracic (T10-17) and lumbar vertebrae (L-1). Paleopathological changes in forelimbs are restricted to the lower leg bones. Bone changes in the hind-limbs, beside the metatarsals and the first phalanges, are also observed in the right femur, right calcaneum and both tibiae. These paleopathological changes were caused by chronic inflammation of ligaments as a consequence of the intensive exploitation of the animal, most likely riding. This paper is one of the first publications of animal paleopathology in Serbia and the first identified example of coxofemoral osteochondrosis in horse in the paleopathological literature.",
publisher = "Elsevier Science Inc, New York",
journal = "International Journal of Paleopathology",
title = "Paleopathological changes in an early iron age horse skeleton from the Central Balkans (Serbia)",
pages = "82-76",
volume = "7",
doi = "10.1016/j.ijpp.2014.07.001",
url = "conv_327"
}
Bulatović, J., Bulatović, A.,& Marković, N.. (2014). Paleopathological changes in an early iron age horse skeleton from the Central Balkans (Serbia). in International Journal of Paleopathology
Elsevier Science Inc, New York., 7, 76-82.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2014.07.001
conv_327
Bulatović J, Bulatović A, Marković N. Paleopathological changes in an early iron age horse skeleton from the Central Balkans (Serbia). in International Journal of Paleopathology. 2014;7:76-82.
doi:10.1016/j.ijpp.2014.07.001
conv_327 .
Bulatović, Jelena, Bulatović, Aleksandar, Marković, Nemanja, "Paleopathological changes in an early iron age horse skeleton from the Central Balkans (Serbia)" in International Journal of Paleopathology, 7 (2014):76-82,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2014.07.001 .,
conv_327 .
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Managing raw materials in Vinča culture: A case study of osseous raw materials from Vitkovo

Vitezović, Selena; Bulatović, Jelena

(Univerza v Ljubljani, 2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Vitezović, Selena
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
PY  - 2013
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/195
AB  - In analyses of material recovered from archaeological sites, a dichotomy often exists between 'specialist' and 'archaeological' studies. This is especially noticeable in the case of faunal remains and bone artefacts. Bone artefacts are sometimes treated separately from fauna with emphasis on typological data, or they can be left within the fauna with only a remark on 'other taphonomic traces', thereby overlooking technological features of these artefacts. However, bone industry provides excellent insight into technological choices regarding raw material exploitation, since the availability and mechanical properties of specific materials can be directly observed. In this paper we tried to link bone artefacts with other faunal remains on the basis of a case study of the Vinča culture site at Vitkovo with a special emphasis on the relations between butchering techniques and raw material selection and the relations between the economically most important species and the bones most commonly used in tool manufacture.
PB  - Univerza v Ljubljani
T2  - Documenta Praehistorica
T1  - Managing raw materials in Vinča culture: A case study of osseous raw materials from Vitkovo
EP  - 289
IS  - 1
SP  - 279
VL  - 40
DO  - 10.4312/dp.40.22
UR  - conv_585
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Vitezović, Selena and Bulatović, Jelena",
year = "2013",
abstract = "In analyses of material recovered from archaeological sites, a dichotomy often exists between 'specialist' and 'archaeological' studies. This is especially noticeable in the case of faunal remains and bone artefacts. Bone artefacts are sometimes treated separately from fauna with emphasis on typological data, or they can be left within the fauna with only a remark on 'other taphonomic traces', thereby overlooking technological features of these artefacts. However, bone industry provides excellent insight into technological choices regarding raw material exploitation, since the availability and mechanical properties of specific materials can be directly observed. In this paper we tried to link bone artefacts with other faunal remains on the basis of a case study of the Vinča culture site at Vitkovo with a special emphasis on the relations between butchering techniques and raw material selection and the relations between the economically most important species and the bones most commonly used in tool manufacture.",
publisher = "Univerza v Ljubljani",
journal = "Documenta Praehistorica",
title = "Managing raw materials in Vinča culture: A case study of osseous raw materials from Vitkovo",
pages = "289-279",
number = "1",
volume = "40",
doi = "10.4312/dp.40.22",
url = "conv_585"
}
Vitezović, S.,& Bulatović, J.. (2013). Managing raw materials in Vinča culture: A case study of osseous raw materials from Vitkovo. in Documenta Praehistorica
Univerza v Ljubljani., 40(1), 279-289.
https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.40.22
conv_585
Vitezović S, Bulatović J. Managing raw materials in Vinča culture: A case study of osseous raw materials from Vitkovo. in Documenta Praehistorica. 2013;40(1):279-289.
doi:10.4312/dp.40.22
conv_585 .
Vitezović, Selena, Bulatović, Jelena, "Managing raw materials in Vinča culture: A case study of osseous raw materials from Vitkovo" in Documenta Praehistorica, 40, no. 1 (2013):279-289,
https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.40.22 .,
conv_585 .
4
5

Ostaci životinja iz srednjovekovnog utvrđenja Gradina-Trešnjevica kod Ivanjice

Bulatović, Jelena; Marković, Nemanja

(Narodni muzej, Beograd, 2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
PY  - 2013
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/192
AB  - Životinjske kosti pronađene u srednjovekovnom utvrđenju Gradina-Trešnjevica kod Ivanjice, podignutom u drugoj polovini XIV veka, predstavljaju ostatke hrane, na šta ukazuje veliki broj tragova kasapljenja, kao i starost ubijenih životinja. Stanovnici ovog utvrđenja su u ishrani najviše koristili meso ovaca i koza, a zatim goveda i svinja. Kosti jelena, zeca, srne i divlje svinje svedoče da se i meso divljači ponekad nalazilo na trpezi.
AB  - In this paper the results of archaeozoological analysis of animal remains collected during excavations of the medieval fortress Gradina-Trešnjevica (second half of the 14th century) near Ivanjica are presented. The aim of this study was the reconstruction of diet, strategy of using different animal species by the fort inhabitants, and comparing differences in animal husbandry in relation to other medieval sites in the territory of Serbia. Nine species were identified (table 1). Domestic animals include: sheep (Ovis aries), goat (Capra hircus), cattle (Bos taurus), pig (Sus domesticus) and chicken (Gallus domesticus), and the wild: deer (Cervus elaphus), wild boar (Sus scrofa), roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and hare (Lepus europeus). Domestic animals outnumber wild (97% NISP). Caprines (sheep and goats) are the most frequent taxa at Gradina-Trešnjevica (51%), followed in abundance by domestic cattle (27%) and domestic pigs (16%). Caprines also played a major role in the economy of fortress Ras (Blažić 1999a: 440), while in rural settlements cattle are economically most important species (Blažić 1995: 343-344). The age structure of sheep/goats, domestic cattle and domestic pig based on the state of fusion of the epiphyses of postcranial skeleton is shown in Figure 1. Slaughter of cattle was focused on individuals between 24 and 42 months of age. The age profile of pig indicates that besides individuals mostly slaughtered were those between 12 and 36 months of age, pigs younger than 12 months were also exploited. On the other hand, majority of caprines are older than 36 months indicating that besides meat exploitation, they were also herded for milk and wool (sheep) production. Arhaeozoological study of the sample from the fortress Gradina-Trešnjevica provided important information concerning distribution of various animal species and ways of their exploitation. However, in order to gain insight into animal husbandry strategies and possible links with contemporary indigenous breeds of domestic animals, it is necessary to include larger number of medieval sites in archaeozoological researches.
PB  - Narodni muzej, Beograd
T2  - Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija
T1  - Ostaci životinja iz srednjovekovnog utvrđenja Gradina-Trešnjevica kod Ivanjice
T1  - Animal remains from medieval fortress Gradina-Trešnjevica near Ivanjica
EP  - 298
IS  - 21-1
SP  - 291
UR  - conv_209
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Bulatović, Jelena and Marković, Nemanja",
year = "2013",
abstract = "Životinjske kosti pronađene u srednjovekovnom utvrđenju Gradina-Trešnjevica kod Ivanjice, podignutom u drugoj polovini XIV veka, predstavljaju ostatke hrane, na šta ukazuje veliki broj tragova kasapljenja, kao i starost ubijenih životinja. Stanovnici ovog utvrđenja su u ishrani najviše koristili meso ovaca i koza, a zatim goveda i svinja. Kosti jelena, zeca, srne i divlje svinje svedoče da se i meso divljači ponekad nalazilo na trpezi., In this paper the results of archaeozoological analysis of animal remains collected during excavations of the medieval fortress Gradina-Trešnjevica (second half of the 14th century) near Ivanjica are presented. The aim of this study was the reconstruction of diet, strategy of using different animal species by the fort inhabitants, and comparing differences in animal husbandry in relation to other medieval sites in the territory of Serbia. Nine species were identified (table 1). Domestic animals include: sheep (Ovis aries), goat (Capra hircus), cattle (Bos taurus), pig (Sus domesticus) and chicken (Gallus domesticus), and the wild: deer (Cervus elaphus), wild boar (Sus scrofa), roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) and hare (Lepus europeus). Domestic animals outnumber wild (97% NISP). Caprines (sheep and goats) are the most frequent taxa at Gradina-Trešnjevica (51%), followed in abundance by domestic cattle (27%) and domestic pigs (16%). Caprines also played a major role in the economy of fortress Ras (Blažić 1999a: 440), while in rural settlements cattle are economically most important species (Blažić 1995: 343-344). The age structure of sheep/goats, domestic cattle and domestic pig based on the state of fusion of the epiphyses of postcranial skeleton is shown in Figure 1. Slaughter of cattle was focused on individuals between 24 and 42 months of age. The age profile of pig indicates that besides individuals mostly slaughtered were those between 12 and 36 months of age, pigs younger than 12 months were also exploited. On the other hand, majority of caprines are older than 36 months indicating that besides meat exploitation, they were also herded for milk and wool (sheep) production. Arhaeozoological study of the sample from the fortress Gradina-Trešnjevica provided important information concerning distribution of various animal species and ways of their exploitation. However, in order to gain insight into animal husbandry strategies and possible links with contemporary indigenous breeds of domestic animals, it is necessary to include larger number of medieval sites in archaeozoological researches.",
publisher = "Narodni muzej, Beograd",
journal = "Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija",
title = "Ostaci životinja iz srednjovekovnog utvrđenja Gradina-Trešnjevica kod Ivanjice, Animal remains from medieval fortress Gradina-Trešnjevica near Ivanjica",
pages = "298-291",
number = "21-1",
url = "conv_209"
}
Bulatović, J.,& Marković, N.. (2013). Ostaci životinja iz srednjovekovnog utvrđenja Gradina-Trešnjevica kod Ivanjice. in Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija
Narodni muzej, Beograd.(21-1), 291-298.
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Bulatović J, Marković N. Ostaci životinja iz srednjovekovnog utvrđenja Gradina-Trešnjevica kod Ivanjice. in Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija. 2013;(21-1):291-298.
conv_209 .
Bulatović, Jelena, Marković, Nemanja, "Ostaci životinja iz srednjovekovnog utvrđenja Gradina-Trešnjevica kod Ivanjice" in Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija, no. 21-1 (2013):291-298,
conv_209 .

Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia

Marković, Nemanja; Bulatović, Jelena

(Hungarian National Museum, 2013)

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AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
PY  - 2013
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AB  - During medieval times the majority of the population in the territory of present-day Serbia dealt with agriculture, as evidenced by a number of farming tools found at archaeological sites. In this paper, ethnological, iconographic, textual, archaeological and arhaeozoological evidence for the method of medieval tillage and the typological evolution of the plough are presented. Specific pathological changes in the distal parts of the limbs potentially caused by the intensive use of animals in draught work are also discussed. Two different types of ploughing devices - usually pulled by a pair of oxen were used - ralo (ard) and plug (mouldboard plough), in Serbia during the Middle Ages. Work-related pathologies were observed in faunal assemblages from two medieval sites dated to the second half of the 14th century.
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T2  - Archeometriai Muhely
T1  - Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia
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author = "Marković, Nemanja and Bulatović, Jelena",
year = "2013",
abstract = "During medieval times the majority of the population in the territory of present-day Serbia dealt with agriculture, as evidenced by a number of farming tools found at archaeological sites. In this paper, ethnological, iconographic, textual, archaeological and arhaeozoological evidence for the method of medieval tillage and the typological evolution of the plough are presented. Specific pathological changes in the distal parts of the limbs potentially caused by the intensive use of animals in draught work are also discussed. Two different types of ploughing devices - usually pulled by a pair of oxen were used - ralo (ard) and plug (mouldboard plough), in Serbia during the Middle Ages. Work-related pathologies were observed in faunal assemblages from two medieval sites dated to the second half of the 14th century.",
publisher = "Hungarian National Museum",
journal = "Archeometriai Muhely",
title = "Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia",
pages = "230-225",
number = "3",
volume = "10",
url = "conv_581"
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Marković, N.,& Bulatović, J.. (2013). Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia. in Archeometriai Muhely
Hungarian National Museum., 10(3), 225-230.
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Marković N, Bulatović J. Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia. in Archeometriai Muhely. 2013;10(3):225-230.
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Marković, Nemanja, Bulatović, Jelena, "Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia" in Archeometriai Muhely, 10, no. 3 (2013):225-230,
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