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Palaeogenomic analysis of black rat (Rattus rattus) reveals multiple European introductions associated with human economic history

Yu, He; Jamieson, Alexandra; Hulme-Beaman, Ardern; Conroy, Chris J.; Knight, Becky; Speller, Camilla; Al-Jarah, Hiba; Eager, Heidi; Trinks, Alexandra; Adikari, Gamini; Baron, Henriette; Böhlendorf-Arslan, Beate; Bohingamuwa, Wijerathne; Crowther, Alison; Cucchi, Thomas; Esser, Kinie; Fleisher, Jeffrey; Gidney, Louisa; Gladilina, Elena; Gol’din, Pavel; Goodman, Steven M.; Hamilton-Dyer, Sheila; Helm, Richard; Hillman, Jesse C.; Kallala, Nabil; Kivikero, Hanna; Kovács, Zsófia E.; Kunst, Günther Karl; Kyselý, René; Linderholm, Anna; Maraoui-Telmini, Bouthéina; Marković, Nemanja; Morales-Muñiz, Arturo; Nabais, Mariana; O’Connor, Terry; Oueslati, Tarek; Quintana Morales, Eréndira M.; Pasda, Kerstin; Perera, Jude; Perera, Nimal; Radbauer, Silvia; Ramon, Joan; Rannamäe, Eve; Sanmartí Grego, Joan; Treasure, Edward; Valenzuela-Lamas, Silvia; van der Jagt, Inge; Van Neer, Wim; Vigne, Jean-Denis; Walker, Thomas; Wynne-Jones, Stephanie; Zeiler, Jørn; Dobney, Keith; Boivin, Nicole; Searle, Jeremy B.; Krause-Kyora, Ben; Krause, Johannes; Larson, Greger; Orton, David

(2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Yu, He
AU  - Jamieson, Alexandra
AU  - Hulme-Beaman, Ardern
AU  - Conroy, Chris J.
AU  - Knight, Becky
AU  - Speller, Camilla
AU  - Al-Jarah, Hiba
AU  - Eager, Heidi
AU  - Trinks, Alexandra
AU  - Adikari, Gamini
AU  - Baron, Henriette
AU  - Böhlendorf-Arslan, Beate
AU  - Bohingamuwa, Wijerathne
AU  - Crowther, Alison
AU  - Cucchi, Thomas
AU  - Esser, Kinie
AU  - Fleisher, Jeffrey
AU  - Gidney, Louisa
AU  - Gladilina, Elena
AU  - Gol’din, Pavel
AU  - Goodman, Steven M.
AU  - Hamilton-Dyer, Sheila
AU  - Helm, Richard
AU  - Hillman, Jesse C.
AU  - Kallala, Nabil
AU  - Kivikero, Hanna
AU  - Kovács, Zsófia E.
AU  - Kunst, Günther Karl
AU  - Kyselý, René
AU  - Linderholm, Anna
AU  - Maraoui-Telmini, Bouthéina
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Morales-Muñiz, Arturo
AU  - Nabais, Mariana
AU  - O’Connor, Terry
AU  - Oueslati, Tarek
AU  - Quintana Morales, Eréndira M.
AU  - Pasda, Kerstin
AU  - Perera, Jude
AU  - Perera, Nimal
AU  - Radbauer, Silvia
AU  - Ramon, Joan
AU  - Rannamäe, Eve
AU  - Sanmartí Grego, Joan
AU  - Treasure, Edward
AU  - Valenzuela-Lamas, Silvia
AU  - van der Jagt, Inge
AU  - Van Neer, Wim
AU  - Vigne, Jean-Denis
AU  - Walker, Thomas
AU  - Wynne-Jones, Stephanie
AU  - Zeiler, Jørn
AU  - Dobney, Keith
AU  - Boivin, Nicole
AU  - Searle, Jeremy B.
AU  - Krause-Kyora, Ben
AU  - Krause, Johannes
AU  - Larson, Greger
AU  - Orton, David
PY  - 2022
UR  - https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-30009-z
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/414
AB  - The distribution of the black rat (Rattus rattus) has been heavily influenced by its association with humans. The dispersal history of this non-native commensal rodent across Europe, however, remains poorly understood, and different introductions may have occurred during the Roman and medieval periods. Here, in order to reconstruct the population history of European black rats, we first generate a de novo genome assembly of the black rat. We then sequence 67 ancient and three modern black rat mitogenomes, and 36 ancient and three modern nuclear genomes from archaeological sites spanning the 1st-17th centuries CE in Europe and North Africa. Analyses of our newly reported sequences, together with published mitochondrial DNA sequences, confirm that black rats were introduced into the Mediterranean and Europe from Southwest Asia. Genomic analyses of the ancient rats reveal a population turnover in temperate Europe between the 6th and 10th centuries CE, coincident with an archaeologically attested decline in the black rat population. The near disappearance and re-emergence of black rats in Europe may have been the result of the breakdown of the Roman Empire, the First Plague Pandemic, and/or post-Roman climatic cooling.
T2  - Nature Communications
T1  - Palaeogenomic analysis of black rat (Rattus rattus) reveals multiple European introductions associated with human economic history
IS  - 1
SP  - 2399
VL  - 13
ER  - 
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author = "Yu, He and Jamieson, Alexandra and Hulme-Beaman, Ardern and Conroy, Chris J. and Knight, Becky and Speller, Camilla and Al-Jarah, Hiba and Eager, Heidi and Trinks, Alexandra and Adikari, Gamini and Baron, Henriette and Böhlendorf-Arslan, Beate and Bohingamuwa, Wijerathne and Crowther, Alison and Cucchi, Thomas and Esser, Kinie and Fleisher, Jeffrey and Gidney, Louisa and Gladilina, Elena and Gol’din, Pavel and Goodman, Steven M. and Hamilton-Dyer, Sheila and Helm, Richard and Hillman, Jesse C. and Kallala, Nabil and Kivikero, Hanna and Kovács, Zsófia E. and Kunst, Günther Karl and Kyselý, René and Linderholm, Anna and Maraoui-Telmini, Bouthéina and Marković, Nemanja and Morales-Muñiz, Arturo and Nabais, Mariana and O’Connor, Terry and Oueslati, Tarek and Quintana Morales, Eréndira M. and Pasda, Kerstin and Perera, Jude and Perera, Nimal and Radbauer, Silvia and Ramon, Joan and Rannamäe, Eve and Sanmartí Grego, Joan and Treasure, Edward and Valenzuela-Lamas, Silvia and van der Jagt, Inge and Van Neer, Wim and Vigne, Jean-Denis and Walker, Thomas and Wynne-Jones, Stephanie and Zeiler, Jørn and Dobney, Keith and Boivin, Nicole and Searle, Jeremy B. and Krause-Kyora, Ben and Krause, Johannes and Larson, Greger and Orton, David",
year = "2022",
abstract = "The distribution of the black rat (Rattus rattus) has been heavily influenced by its association with humans. The dispersal history of this non-native commensal rodent across Europe, however, remains poorly understood, and different introductions may have occurred during the Roman and medieval periods. Here, in order to reconstruct the population history of European black rats, we first generate a de novo genome assembly of the black rat. We then sequence 67 ancient and three modern black rat mitogenomes, and 36 ancient and three modern nuclear genomes from archaeological sites spanning the 1st-17th centuries CE in Europe and North Africa. Analyses of our newly reported sequences, together with published mitochondrial DNA sequences, confirm that black rats were introduced into the Mediterranean and Europe from Southwest Asia. Genomic analyses of the ancient rats reveal a population turnover in temperate Europe between the 6th and 10th centuries CE, coincident with an archaeologically attested decline in the black rat population. The near disappearance and re-emergence of black rats in Europe may have been the result of the breakdown of the Roman Empire, the First Plague Pandemic, and/or post-Roman climatic cooling.",
journal = "Nature Communications",
title = "Palaeogenomic analysis of black rat (Rattus rattus) reveals multiple European introductions associated with human economic history",
number = "1",
pages = "2399",
volume = "13"
}
Yu, H., Jamieson, A., Hulme-Beaman, A., Conroy, C. J., Knight, B., Speller, C., Al-Jarah, H., Eager, H., Trinks, A., Adikari, G., Baron, H., Böhlendorf-Arslan, B., Bohingamuwa, W., Crowther, A., Cucchi, T., Esser, K., Fleisher, J., Gidney, L., Gladilina, E., Gol’din, P., Goodman, S. M., Hamilton-Dyer, S., Helm, R., Hillman, J. C., Kallala, N., Kivikero, H., Kovács, Z. E., Kunst, G. K., Kyselý, R., Linderholm, A., Maraoui-Telmini, B., Marković, N., Morales-Muñiz, A., Nabais, M., O’Connor, T., Oueslati, T., Quintana Morales, E. M., Pasda, K., Perera, J., Perera, N., Radbauer, S., Ramon, J., Rannamäe, E., Sanmartí Grego, J., Treasure, E., Valenzuela-Lamas, S., van der Jagt, I., Van Neer, W., Vigne, J., Walker, T., Wynne-Jones, S., Zeiler, J., Dobney, K., Boivin, N., Searle, J. B., Krause-Kyora, B., Krause, J., Larson, G.,& Orton, D.. (2022). Palaeogenomic analysis of black rat (Rattus rattus) reveals multiple European introductions associated with human economic history. in Nature Communications, 13(1), 2399.
Yu H, Jamieson A, Hulme-Beaman A, Conroy CJ, Knight B, Speller C, Al-Jarah H, Eager H, Trinks A, Adikari G, Baron H, Böhlendorf-Arslan B, Bohingamuwa W, Crowther A, Cucchi T, Esser K, Fleisher J, Gidney L, Gladilina E, Gol’din P, Goodman SM, Hamilton-Dyer S, Helm R, Hillman JC, Kallala N, Kivikero H, Kovács ZE, Kunst GK, Kyselý R, Linderholm A, Maraoui-Telmini B, Marković N, Morales-Muñiz A, Nabais M, O’Connor T, Oueslati T, Quintana Morales EM, Pasda K, Perera J, Perera N, Radbauer S, Ramon J, Rannamäe E, Sanmartí Grego J, Treasure E, Valenzuela-Lamas S, van der Jagt I, Van Neer W, Vigne J, Walker T, Wynne-Jones S, Zeiler J, Dobney K, Boivin N, Searle JB, Krause-Kyora B, Krause J, Larson G, Orton D. Palaeogenomic analysis of black rat (Rattus rattus) reveals multiple European introductions associated with human economic history. in Nature Communications. 2022;13(1):2399..
Yu, He, Jamieson, Alexandra, Hulme-Beaman, Ardern, Conroy, Chris J., Knight, Becky, Speller, Camilla, Al-Jarah, Hiba, Eager, Heidi, Trinks, Alexandra, Adikari, Gamini, Baron, Henriette, Böhlendorf-Arslan, Beate, Bohingamuwa, Wijerathne, Crowther, Alison, Cucchi, Thomas, Esser, Kinie, Fleisher, Jeffrey, Gidney, Louisa, Gladilina, Elena, Gol’din, Pavel, Goodman, Steven M., Hamilton-Dyer, Sheila, Helm, Richard, Hillman, Jesse C., Kallala, Nabil, Kivikero, Hanna, Kovács, Zsófia E., Kunst, Günther Karl, Kyselý, René, Linderholm, Anna, Maraoui-Telmini, Bouthéina, Marković, Nemanja, Morales-Muñiz, Arturo, Nabais, Mariana, O’Connor, Terry, Oueslati, Tarek, Quintana Morales, Eréndira M., Pasda, Kerstin, Perera, Jude, Perera, Nimal, Radbauer, Silvia, Ramon, Joan, Rannamäe, Eve, Sanmartí Grego, Joan, Treasure, Edward, Valenzuela-Lamas, Silvia, van der Jagt, Inge, Van Neer, Wim, Vigne, Jean-Denis, Walker, Thomas, Wynne-Jones, Stephanie, Zeiler, Jørn, Dobney, Keith, Boivin, Nicole, Searle, Jeremy B., Krause-Kyora, Ben, Krause, Johannes, Larson, Greger, Orton, David, "Palaeogenomic analysis of black rat (Rattus rattus) reveals multiple European introductions associated with human economic history" in Nature Communications, 13, no. 1 (2022):2399.

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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author = "Bulatović, Jelena and Marković, Nemanja and Krstić, Nikola and Bulatović, Aleksandar and Mitrović, Marko and Marinković, Darko",
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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Integrating Geophysical and Photographic Data to Visualize the Quarried Structures of the Roman Town of Bassianae

Filzwieser, Roland; Ivanišević, Vujadin; Verhoeven, Geert J.; Gugl, Christian; Loecker, Klaus; Bugarski, Ivan; Schiel, Hannes; Wallner, Mario; Trinks, Immo; Trausmuth, Tanja; Hinterleitner, Alois; Marković, Nemanja; Docter, Roald; Daim, Falko; Neubauer, Wolfgang

(Mdpi, Basel, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Filzwieser, Roland
AU  - Ivanišević, Vujadin
AU  - Verhoeven, Geert J.
AU  - Gugl, Christian
AU  - Loecker, Klaus
AU  - Bugarski, Ivan
AU  - Schiel, Hannes
AU  - Wallner, Mario
AU  - Trinks, Immo
AU  - Trausmuth, Tanja
AU  - Hinterleitner, Alois
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Docter, Roald
AU  - Daim, Falko
AU  - Neubauer, Wolfgang
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/380
AB  - Large parts of the urban layout of the abandoned Roman town of Bassianae (in present-day Serbia) are still discernible on the surface today due to the deliberate and targeted quarrying of the Roman foundations. In 2014, all of the town's intramural (and some extramural) areas were surveyed using aerial photography, ground-penetrating radar, and magnetometry to analyze the site's topography and to map remaining buried structures. The surveys showed a strong agreement between the digital surface model derived from the aerial photographs and the geophysical prospection data. However, many structures could only be detected by one method, underlining the benefits of a complementary archaeological prospection approach using multiple methods. This article presents the results of the extensive surveys and their comprehensive integrative interpretation, discussing Bassianae's ground plan and urban infrastructure. Starting with an overview of this Roman town's research history, we present the details of the triple prospection approach, followed by the processing, integrative analysis, and interpretation of the acquired data sets. Finally, this newly gained information is contrasted with a plan of Roman Bassianae compiled in 1935.
PB  - Mdpi, Basel
T2  - Remote Sensing
T1  - Integrating Geophysical and Photographic Data to Visualize the Quarried Structures of the Roman Town of Bassianae
IS  - 12
VL  - 13
DO  - 10.3390/rs13122384
UR  - conv_333
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Filzwieser, Roland and Ivanišević, Vujadin and Verhoeven, Geert J. and Gugl, Christian and Loecker, Klaus and Bugarski, Ivan and Schiel, Hannes and Wallner, Mario and Trinks, Immo and Trausmuth, Tanja and Hinterleitner, Alois and Marković, Nemanja and Docter, Roald and Daim, Falko and Neubauer, Wolfgang",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Large parts of the urban layout of the abandoned Roman town of Bassianae (in present-day Serbia) are still discernible on the surface today due to the deliberate and targeted quarrying of the Roman foundations. In 2014, all of the town's intramural (and some extramural) areas were surveyed using aerial photography, ground-penetrating radar, and magnetometry to analyze the site's topography and to map remaining buried structures. The surveys showed a strong agreement between the digital surface model derived from the aerial photographs and the geophysical prospection data. However, many structures could only be detected by one method, underlining the benefits of a complementary archaeological prospection approach using multiple methods. This article presents the results of the extensive surveys and their comprehensive integrative interpretation, discussing Bassianae's ground plan and urban infrastructure. Starting with an overview of this Roman town's research history, we present the details of the triple prospection approach, followed by the processing, integrative analysis, and interpretation of the acquired data sets. Finally, this newly gained information is contrasted with a plan of Roman Bassianae compiled in 1935.",
publisher = "Mdpi, Basel",
journal = "Remote Sensing",
title = "Integrating Geophysical and Photographic Data to Visualize the Quarried Structures of the Roman Town of Bassianae",
number = "12",
volume = "13",
doi = "10.3390/rs13122384",
url = "conv_333"
}
Filzwieser, R., Ivanišević, V., Verhoeven, G. J., Gugl, C., Loecker, K., Bugarski, I., Schiel, H., Wallner, M., Trinks, I., Trausmuth, T., Hinterleitner, A., Marković, N., Docter, R., Daim, F.,& Neubauer, W.. (2021). Integrating Geophysical and Photographic Data to Visualize the Quarried Structures of the Roman Town of Bassianae. in Remote Sensing
Mdpi, Basel., 13(12).
https://doi.org/10.3390/rs13122384
conv_333
Filzwieser R, Ivanišević V, Verhoeven GJ, Gugl C, Loecker K, Bugarski I, Schiel H, Wallner M, Trinks I, Trausmuth T, Hinterleitner A, Marković N, Docter R, Daim F, Neubauer W. Integrating Geophysical and Photographic Data to Visualize the Quarried Structures of the Roman Town of Bassianae. in Remote Sensing. 2021;13(12).
doi:10.3390/rs13122384
conv_333 .
Filzwieser, Roland, Ivanišević, Vujadin, Verhoeven, Geert J., Gugl, Christian, Loecker, Klaus, Bugarski, Ivan, Schiel, Hannes, Wallner, Mario, Trinks, Immo, Trausmuth, Tanja, Hinterleitner, Alois, Marković, Nemanja, Docter, Roald, Daim, Falko, Neubauer, Wolfgang, "Integrating Geophysical and Photographic Data to Visualize the Quarried Structures of the Roman Town of Bassianae" in Remote Sensing, 13, no. 12 (2021),
https://doi.org/10.3390/rs13122384 .,
conv_333 .
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3
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Mummified animal skin with tar content from the castle of the late medieval town of Novo Brdo (Central Balkans)

Marković, Nemanja; Bikić, Vesna; Temerinski, Zeljka; Vučetić, Snežana; Ranogajec, Jonjaua

(Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Bikić, Vesna
AU  - Temerinski, Zeljka
AU  - Vučetić, Snežana
AU  - Ranogajec, Jonjaua
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/382
AB  - Organic materials are rare in the archaeological settlement context of the central Balkan area. A unique assemblage consisting of mummified animal skin with preserved hair, filled with resinous material, and four smaller pieces of animal skin with preserved hair was discovered during archaeological excavations of the Novo Brdo castle in 2015. The late medieval town of Novo Brdo was an important mining centre of the Balkans (and the entire Europe) for the production and distribution of silver ore. The archaeological context for the mummified animal skin was the workshop for the production of lead projectiles, situated in the northeast corner of the castle's Great Hall, and it can be reliably dated to the first half of 1455. The finds were first subjected to macroscopic analysis, which included observations on the skinning method and the details of use. Applying light and SEM microscopy, a comparative set of hair surface structure images from seven mammal species was created, and a Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy analysis of resinous material was performed. By comparing it with the reference images of hair microstructure, the animal skin was identified as goat, while the FTIR of the resinous material identified pine tar. The four smaller pieces of skin probably originated from one individual sheep. The tar stored in the goat skin was most likely used in the impregnation of wooden structures or even to illuminate buildings and ramparts of the Novo Brdo castle, although other purposes, such as being used as a lubricant for weapons, cannot be completely ruled out.
PB  - Elsevier, Amsterdam
T2  - Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
T1  - Mummified animal skin with tar content from the castle of the late medieval town of Novo Brdo (Central Balkans)
VL  - 40
DO  - 10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103227
UR  - conv_331
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Marković, Nemanja and Bikić, Vesna and Temerinski, Zeljka and Vučetić, Snežana and Ranogajec, Jonjaua",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Organic materials are rare in the archaeological settlement context of the central Balkan area. A unique assemblage consisting of mummified animal skin with preserved hair, filled with resinous material, and four smaller pieces of animal skin with preserved hair was discovered during archaeological excavations of the Novo Brdo castle in 2015. The late medieval town of Novo Brdo was an important mining centre of the Balkans (and the entire Europe) for the production and distribution of silver ore. The archaeological context for the mummified animal skin was the workshop for the production of lead projectiles, situated in the northeast corner of the castle's Great Hall, and it can be reliably dated to the first half of 1455. The finds were first subjected to macroscopic analysis, which included observations on the skinning method and the details of use. Applying light and SEM microscopy, a comparative set of hair surface structure images from seven mammal species was created, and a Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy analysis of resinous material was performed. By comparing it with the reference images of hair microstructure, the animal skin was identified as goat, while the FTIR of the resinous material identified pine tar. The four smaller pieces of skin probably originated from one individual sheep. The tar stored in the goat skin was most likely used in the impregnation of wooden structures or even to illuminate buildings and ramparts of the Novo Brdo castle, although other purposes, such as being used as a lubricant for weapons, cannot be completely ruled out.",
publisher = "Elsevier, Amsterdam",
journal = "Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports",
title = "Mummified animal skin with tar content from the castle of the late medieval town of Novo Brdo (Central Balkans)",
volume = "40",
doi = "10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103227",
url = "conv_331"
}
Marković, N., Bikić, V., Temerinski, Z., Vučetić, S.,& Ranogajec, J.. (2021). Mummified animal skin with tar content from the castle of the late medieval town of Novo Brdo (Central Balkans). in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
Elsevier, Amsterdam., 40.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103227
conv_331
Marković N, Bikić V, Temerinski Z, Vučetić S, Ranogajec J. Mummified animal skin with tar content from the castle of the late medieval town of Novo Brdo (Central Balkans). in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 2021;40.
doi:10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103227
conv_331 .
Marković, Nemanja, Bikić, Vesna, Temerinski, Zeljka, Vučetić, Snežana, Ranogajec, Jonjaua, "Mummified animal skin with tar content from the castle of the late medieval town of Novo Brdo (Central Balkans)" in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 40 (2021),
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103227 .,
conv_331 .

The last caravans in antiquity: Camel remains from Caricin Grad (Justiniana Prima)

Marković, Nemanja; Ivanišević, Vujadin; Baron, Henriette; Lawless, Craig; Buckley, Michael

(Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Ivanišević, Vujadin
AU  - Baron, Henriette
AU  - Lawless, Craig
AU  - Buckley, Michael
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/379
AB  - Camels played an important role in caravan traffic and long-distance communication during the early Byzantine period as indicated by new findings from Caricin Grad. Excavations at the site revealed the remains of an important early Byzantine city, which has been identified with Justiniana Prima founded in the 530 s by Justinian I (527-565). The city, created ex nihilo, in a rural area in the north-west of the province of Dacia Mediterranea, represents a distinctive example of late urbanisation. Given the existence of the city for only 80 years and the fact that the nearby locality remained uninhabited until modern times, the site has yielded well-preserved monuments and remains of material culture. They allow for a detailed study of the urbanism, architecture, material culture and other aspects of daily life from the second quarter of the 6th century to the beginning of the 7th century. Here we investigate the camel remains discovered in five locations in Caricin Grad. Morphometric and proteomic analyses, including both collagen peptide mass fingerprint analysis (ZooMS) as well as in-depth sequencing, revealed that the majority originate from hybrids of the dromedary and Bactrian camels. Supported by written sources from the Early Byzantine period, it appears as though the use of the Caricin Grad camels was primarily for civilian purposes. These results highlight the complementarity of morphometric and proteomic approaches and their value in better understanding the impact of the early Byzantine economy.
PB  - Elsevier, Amsterdam
T2  - Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
T1  - The last caravans in antiquity: Camel remains from Caricin Grad (Justiniana Prima)
VL  - 38
DO  - 10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103038
UR  - conv_334
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Marković, Nemanja and Ivanišević, Vujadin and Baron, Henriette and Lawless, Craig and Buckley, Michael",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Camels played an important role in caravan traffic and long-distance communication during the early Byzantine period as indicated by new findings from Caricin Grad. Excavations at the site revealed the remains of an important early Byzantine city, which has been identified with Justiniana Prima founded in the 530 s by Justinian I (527-565). The city, created ex nihilo, in a rural area in the north-west of the province of Dacia Mediterranea, represents a distinctive example of late urbanisation. Given the existence of the city for only 80 years and the fact that the nearby locality remained uninhabited until modern times, the site has yielded well-preserved monuments and remains of material culture. They allow for a detailed study of the urbanism, architecture, material culture and other aspects of daily life from the second quarter of the 6th century to the beginning of the 7th century. Here we investigate the camel remains discovered in five locations in Caricin Grad. Morphometric and proteomic analyses, including both collagen peptide mass fingerprint analysis (ZooMS) as well as in-depth sequencing, revealed that the majority originate from hybrids of the dromedary and Bactrian camels. Supported by written sources from the Early Byzantine period, it appears as though the use of the Caricin Grad camels was primarily for civilian purposes. These results highlight the complementarity of morphometric and proteomic approaches and their value in better understanding the impact of the early Byzantine economy.",
publisher = "Elsevier, Amsterdam",
journal = "Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports",
title = "The last caravans in antiquity: Camel remains from Caricin Grad (Justiniana Prima)",
volume = "38",
doi = "10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103038",
url = "conv_334"
}
Marković, N., Ivanišević, V., Baron, H., Lawless, C.,& Buckley, M.. (2021). The last caravans in antiquity: Camel remains from Caricin Grad (Justiniana Prima). in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
Elsevier, Amsterdam., 38.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103038
conv_334
Marković N, Ivanišević V, Baron H, Lawless C, Buckley M. The last caravans in antiquity: Camel remains from Caricin Grad (Justiniana Prima). in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 2021;38.
doi:10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103038
conv_334 .
Marković, Nemanja, Ivanišević, Vujadin, Baron, Henriette, Lawless, Craig, Buckley, Michael, "The last caravans in antiquity: Camel remains from Caricin Grad (Justiniana Prima)" in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 38 (2021),
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.103038 .,
conv_334 .
7

A case study of vertebral fusion in a 19th-century horse from Serbia

Marković, Nemanja; Stevanović, Oliver; Krstić, Nikola; Marinković, Darko; Buckley, Michael

(Elsevier Science Inc, New York, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Stevanović, Oliver
AU  - Krstić, Nikola
AU  - Marinković, Darko
AU  - Buckley, Michael
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/325
AB  - Objective: To evaluate the etiology of skeletal changes noted in equid vertebrae from a 19th- century context near Belgrade, Serbia. Materials: A vertebral column consisting of 15 fused thoracic vertebrae (T2-T16), with right ribs fused to T4 and T5 and small remnants of ribs articulating with T4, T5 and T6 on the left side were accidentally recovered during industrial exploitation of sand. Methods: The specimen was subjected to morphological analysis and collagen fingerprinting by mass spectrometry for species identification. In order to determine the absolute temporal context, radiocarbon dating was employed. Pathological changes were analyzed macroscopically and then underwent X-ray and (CT) imaging. Results: Species identification indicates that the vertebral column belonged to a domestic horse (Equus caballus) living in the early 19th century. Pathological changes included exuberant bone proliferation, fusion of small articulations, enthesopathy formation, complete fusion between the vertebral bodies, and ossification of the anterior longitudinal ligament. Conclusions: Pathological changes represent signs of an advanced stage of vertebral fusion consistent with diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH). Significance: This case study provides a clear distinction between diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) and other vertebral column diseases in equids. It also presents a new and significant contribution to the nascent discipline of animal paleopathology in present-day Serbia. Limitations: Given that only 15 thoracic vertebrae were discovered, the impact of this disease on other parts of the horse skeleton remains unknown, as does the archaeological context of the remains. Suggestions for further research: Research into the frequency of DISH in equids, as well as the historical context of equine husbandry in Serbia will allow greater insight into the causes and effects of this pathological condition.
PB  - Elsevier Science Inc, New York
T2  - International Journal of Paleopathology
T1  - A case study of vertebral fusion in a 19th-century horse from Serbia
EP  - 23
SP  - 17
VL  - 27
DO  - 10.1016/j.ijpp.2019.07.007
UR  - conv_351
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Marković, Nemanja and Stevanović, Oliver and Krstić, Nikola and Marinković, Darko and Buckley, Michael",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Objective: To evaluate the etiology of skeletal changes noted in equid vertebrae from a 19th- century context near Belgrade, Serbia. Materials: A vertebral column consisting of 15 fused thoracic vertebrae (T2-T16), with right ribs fused to T4 and T5 and small remnants of ribs articulating with T4, T5 and T6 on the left side were accidentally recovered during industrial exploitation of sand. Methods: The specimen was subjected to morphological analysis and collagen fingerprinting by mass spectrometry for species identification. In order to determine the absolute temporal context, radiocarbon dating was employed. Pathological changes were analyzed macroscopically and then underwent X-ray and (CT) imaging. Results: Species identification indicates that the vertebral column belonged to a domestic horse (Equus caballus) living in the early 19th century. Pathological changes included exuberant bone proliferation, fusion of small articulations, enthesopathy formation, complete fusion between the vertebral bodies, and ossification of the anterior longitudinal ligament. Conclusions: Pathological changes represent signs of an advanced stage of vertebral fusion consistent with diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH). Significance: This case study provides a clear distinction between diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) and other vertebral column diseases in equids. It also presents a new and significant contribution to the nascent discipline of animal paleopathology in present-day Serbia. Limitations: Given that only 15 thoracic vertebrae were discovered, the impact of this disease on other parts of the horse skeleton remains unknown, as does the archaeological context of the remains. Suggestions for further research: Research into the frequency of DISH in equids, as well as the historical context of equine husbandry in Serbia will allow greater insight into the causes and effects of this pathological condition.",
publisher = "Elsevier Science Inc, New York",
journal = "International Journal of Paleopathology",
title = "A case study of vertebral fusion in a 19th-century horse from Serbia",
pages = "23-17",
volume = "27",
doi = "10.1016/j.ijpp.2019.07.007",
url = "conv_351"
}
Marković, N., Stevanović, O., Krstić, N., Marinković, D.,& Buckley, M.. (2019). A case study of vertebral fusion in a 19th-century horse from Serbia. in International Journal of Paleopathology
Elsevier Science Inc, New York., 27, 17-23.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2019.07.007
conv_351
Marković N, Stevanović O, Krstić N, Marinković D, Buckley M. A case study of vertebral fusion in a 19th-century horse from Serbia. in International Journal of Paleopathology. 2019;27:17-23.
doi:10.1016/j.ijpp.2019.07.007
conv_351 .
Marković, Nemanja, Stevanović, Oliver, Krstić, Nikola, Marinković, Darko, Buckley, Michael, "A case study of vertebral fusion in a 19th-century horse from Serbia" in International Journal of Paleopathology, 27 (2019):17-23,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2019.07.007 .,
conv_351 .
1

Food worthy of kings and saints: fish consumption in the medieval monastery Studenica (Serbia)

Živaljević, Ivana; Marković, Nemanja; Maksimovic, Milomir

(Publications Scientifiques Du Museum, Paris, Paris Cedex 05, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Živaljević, Ivana
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Maksimovic, Milomir
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/316
AB  - The paper focuses on fish consumption and long-distance fish trade in the medieval monastery Studenica in Serbia, from the perspective of archaeozoology and historical evidence. Medieval written sources on the subject suggest that fish was available primarily to particular social classes - the royalty, nobles and monasteries. Preserved muniments indicate that during the 13th-15th centuries the majority of distinguished monasteries had their own fishing ponds, fishing grounds and their own fishermen. Fish consumption occupied an important role in monastic contexts, both in Christian religious practices (e.g. Lent) and in celebrations commemorating the Virgin Mary and the monastery founder, during which high-quality fish was obtained from greater distances. The ichthyoarchaeological remains discussed in this paper originate from waste deposition areas within and outside of the ramparts of the Studenica Monastery, accumulated during the 14th and the first half of the 15th century. Apart from the remains of the species available more or less locally Weis catfish [Silurus giants Linnaeus, 1758], carp [Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, 1758], pike [Esox lucius Linnaeus, 1758]), the faunal assemblage contained the remains of migratory sturgeons (beluga [Huso huso Linnaeus, 1758], Russian sturgeon [Acipenser gueldenstaedtii Brandt & Ratzeburg, 1833], stellate sturgeon [Acipenser stellatus Pallas, 1771]) most likely transported from the Danube area, about 200 km away as the crow flies. Skeletal element distribution, butchering traces and size estimations (of beluga in particular) indicate that large specimens (c. 2-3.6 m in total length) were brought whole to the monastery, possibly dried or salted. Their occurrence is an additional indicator of long-distance fish trade recorded in muniments, and it offers new insights into economic, social and religious practices in medieval Eastern Orthodox monasteries.
PB  - Publications Scientifiques Du Museum, Paris, Paris Cedex 05
T2  - Anthropozoologica
T1  - Food worthy of kings and saints: fish consumption in the medieval monastery Studenica (Serbia)
EP  - 201
IS  - 1
SP  - 179
VL  - 54
DO  - 10.5252/anthropozoologica2019v54a16
UR  - conv_357
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Živaljević, Ivana and Marković, Nemanja and Maksimovic, Milomir",
year = "2019",
abstract = "The paper focuses on fish consumption and long-distance fish trade in the medieval monastery Studenica in Serbia, from the perspective of archaeozoology and historical evidence. Medieval written sources on the subject suggest that fish was available primarily to particular social classes - the royalty, nobles and monasteries. Preserved muniments indicate that during the 13th-15th centuries the majority of distinguished monasteries had their own fishing ponds, fishing grounds and their own fishermen. Fish consumption occupied an important role in monastic contexts, both in Christian religious practices (e.g. Lent) and in celebrations commemorating the Virgin Mary and the monastery founder, during which high-quality fish was obtained from greater distances. The ichthyoarchaeological remains discussed in this paper originate from waste deposition areas within and outside of the ramparts of the Studenica Monastery, accumulated during the 14th and the first half of the 15th century. Apart from the remains of the species available more or less locally Weis catfish [Silurus giants Linnaeus, 1758], carp [Cyprinus carpio Linnaeus, 1758], pike [Esox lucius Linnaeus, 1758]), the faunal assemblage contained the remains of migratory sturgeons (beluga [Huso huso Linnaeus, 1758], Russian sturgeon [Acipenser gueldenstaedtii Brandt & Ratzeburg, 1833], stellate sturgeon [Acipenser stellatus Pallas, 1771]) most likely transported from the Danube area, about 200 km away as the crow flies. Skeletal element distribution, butchering traces and size estimations (of beluga in particular) indicate that large specimens (c. 2-3.6 m in total length) were brought whole to the monastery, possibly dried or salted. Their occurrence is an additional indicator of long-distance fish trade recorded in muniments, and it offers new insights into economic, social and religious practices in medieval Eastern Orthodox monasteries.",
publisher = "Publications Scientifiques Du Museum, Paris, Paris Cedex 05",
journal = "Anthropozoologica",
title = "Food worthy of kings and saints: fish consumption in the medieval monastery Studenica (Serbia)",
pages = "201-179",
number = "1",
volume = "54",
doi = "10.5252/anthropozoologica2019v54a16",
url = "conv_357"
}
Živaljević, I., Marković, N.,& Maksimovic, M.. (2019). Food worthy of kings and saints: fish consumption in the medieval monastery Studenica (Serbia). in Anthropozoologica
Publications Scientifiques Du Museum, Paris, Paris Cedex 05., 54(1), 179-201.
https://doi.org/10.5252/anthropozoologica2019v54a16
conv_357
Živaljević I, Marković N, Maksimovic M. Food worthy of kings and saints: fish consumption in the medieval monastery Studenica (Serbia). in Anthropozoologica. 2019;54(1):179-201.
doi:10.5252/anthropozoologica2019v54a16
conv_357 .
Živaljević, Ivana, Marković, Nemanja, Maksimovic, Milomir, "Food worthy of kings and saints: fish consumption in the medieval monastery Studenica (Serbia)" in Anthropozoologica, 54, no. 1 (2019):179-201,
https://doi.org/10.5252/anthropozoologica2019v54a16 .,
conv_357 .
2
3

Rethinking ruralization in terms of resilience: Subsistence strategies in sixth-century Caricin Grad in the light of plant and animal bone finds

Baron, Henriette; Reuter, Anna Elena; Marković, Nemanja

(Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Baron, Henriette
AU  - Reuter, Anna Elena
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/318
AB  - The modes of subsistence of the early Byzantine inhabitants of the Balkans are subject to intense discussion. The core of the problem is the lack of sites of a clearly discernible agricultural character after the collapse of the villa system in late Antiquity and the question of how to interpret certain changes in the architecture and layout of fortified sites that indicate ruralization. Even though animal bones and plant remains are strong indicators for economical strategies, only few sites of the region have so far been put to bioarchaeological analysis. Recent research in the early Byzantine city of Caricin Grad in Illyricum has produced new evidence for subsistence economies that sheds some light on the "rural" side of this splendid city, which was newly built in the foothills of southern Serbia in the fourth decade of the sixth century. The city comprises many features of classical urbanity and a large number of churches. Yet very modest dwellings were also found, as were several agricultural implements. In this paper, preliminary results from the archaeobotanical and zooarchaeological analyses carried out in Caricin Grad are presented and situated in the context of published assemblages from other contemporaneous sites in the Danube provinces. Whereas the "ruralization" of early Byzantine cities is commonly seen as a symptom of the decline of classical urbanity, this discussion of the findings aims for a positive interpretation, in which the ruralization of urban life can instead be seen as a clever strategy to enhance urban food security.
PB  - Elsevier Ltd, Oxford
T2  - Quaternary International
T1  - Rethinking ruralization in terms of resilience: Subsistence strategies in sixth-century Caricin Grad in the light of plant and animal bone finds
EP  - 128
SP  - 112
VL  - 499
DO  - 10.1016/j.quaint.2018.02.031
UR  - conv_355
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Baron, Henriette and Reuter, Anna Elena and Marković, Nemanja",
year = "2019",
abstract = "The modes of subsistence of the early Byzantine inhabitants of the Balkans are subject to intense discussion. The core of the problem is the lack of sites of a clearly discernible agricultural character after the collapse of the villa system in late Antiquity and the question of how to interpret certain changes in the architecture and layout of fortified sites that indicate ruralization. Even though animal bones and plant remains are strong indicators for economical strategies, only few sites of the region have so far been put to bioarchaeological analysis. Recent research in the early Byzantine city of Caricin Grad in Illyricum has produced new evidence for subsistence economies that sheds some light on the "rural" side of this splendid city, which was newly built in the foothills of southern Serbia in the fourth decade of the sixth century. The city comprises many features of classical urbanity and a large number of churches. Yet very modest dwellings were also found, as were several agricultural implements. In this paper, preliminary results from the archaeobotanical and zooarchaeological analyses carried out in Caricin Grad are presented and situated in the context of published assemblages from other contemporaneous sites in the Danube provinces. Whereas the "ruralization" of early Byzantine cities is commonly seen as a symptom of the decline of classical urbanity, this discussion of the findings aims for a positive interpretation, in which the ruralization of urban life can instead be seen as a clever strategy to enhance urban food security.",
publisher = "Elsevier Ltd, Oxford",
journal = "Quaternary International",
title = "Rethinking ruralization in terms of resilience: Subsistence strategies in sixth-century Caricin Grad in the light of plant and animal bone finds",
pages = "128-112",
volume = "499",
doi = "10.1016/j.quaint.2018.02.031",
url = "conv_355"
}
Baron, H., Reuter, A. E.,& Marković, N.. (2019). Rethinking ruralization in terms of resilience: Subsistence strategies in sixth-century Caricin Grad in the light of plant and animal bone finds. in Quaternary International
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford., 499, 112-128.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2018.02.031
conv_355
Baron H, Reuter AE, Marković N. Rethinking ruralization in terms of resilience: Subsistence strategies in sixth-century Caricin Grad in the light of plant and animal bone finds. in Quaternary International. 2019;499:112-128.
doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2018.02.031
conv_355 .
Baron, Henriette, Reuter, Anna Elena, Marković, Nemanja, "Rethinking ruralization in terms of resilience: Subsistence strategies in sixth-century Caricin Grad in the light of plant and animal bone finds" in Quaternary International, 499 (2019):112-128,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2018.02.031 .,
conv_355 .
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7

Ekonomija ranovizantijske metropole Caričin grad: arheozoološki pristup

Marković, Nemanja D.

(Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet, 2018)

TY  - THES
AU  - Marković, Nemanja D.
PY  - 2018
UR  - https://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/handle/123456789/10546
UR  - http://eteze.bg.ac.rs/application/showtheses?thesesId=6411
UR  - https://fedorabg.bg.ac.rs/fedora/get/o:19111/bdef:Content/download
UR  - http://vbs.rs/scripts/cobiss?command=DISPLAY&base=70036&RID=529852567
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/12
AB  - Predmet istraživanja ove doktorske disertacije su ekonomski obrasci i strategije u načinu uzgoja i eksploatacije životinja u kratkom životu ranovizantijskog Caričinog grada kroz arheozoološku perspektivu. Zbog svoje specifičnosti, kratkog trajanja i obima istraženosti, Caričin grad predstavlja jedno od najznačajnijih nalazišta za razumevanje romejske civilizacije na prostoru severnog Ilirika. Sistematsko sakupljanje životinjskih ostataka prilikom arheoloških istraživanja, kao i veličina uzorka, takođe su razlozi odabira ovog lokaliteta za rad na prvoj velikoj arheozoološkoj studiji iz ranovizantijskog perioda na prostoru severnog Ilirika. S obzirom da ranovizantijski period predstavlja vreme tranzicija i transformacija između kasne antike i ranog srednjeg veka na pomenutom prostoru, rezultati analize životinjskih ostataka sa Caričinog grada upoređeni su sa dostupnim podacima iz literature za rimski period i srednji vek u cilju praćenja eventualnih promena. Glavni cilj ove doktorske disertacije bio je utvrđivanje ekonomskih obrazaca u pogledu eksploatacije životinja u različitim delovima grada. Faunalni materijal analiziran u ovoj studiji potiče iz kula Akropolja, istraženog dela naselja na severnoj padini u Gornjem gradu, naselja u jugozapadnom delu Donjeg grada i sonde u severoistočnom podgrađu. Dobijeni rezultati ukazuju da su na svim lokacijama u gradu sa kojih potiče faunalni materijal, ekonomski najznačajnije vrste mali preživari (ovce i koze) i domaće svinje, dok se na osnovu zastupljenosti fetalnih kostiju i kostiju jako mladih jedinki ovce/koze i domaće svinje u faunalnom materijalu iz naselja u Gornjem gradu i naselja u Donjem gradu, može zaključiti da su ove životinje uzgajane unutar bedema Caričinog grada. Na osnovu starosnih struktura i paleopatoloških promena koje su nastale kao posledica eksploatacije životinja za rad, zaključuje se da su goveče, ekvidi (konji, magarci i mule) i kamile gajeni prvenstveno za rad, dok su goveda gajena i za druge proizvode, kao što je mleko, a samo su povremeno korišćene za meso jedinke mlađe od tri godine, tačnije između druge i treće godine života kada je količina mesa najveća i najboljeg kvaliteta. Lov je predstavljao sporednu granu privređivanja u Caričinom gradu. Pored toga što su jelen i divlja svinja najzastupljenije divlje vrste, veliki diverzitet divljači ukazuje više na oportunistički pristup lovu nego strateški. Analiza prostorne distribucije životinjskih ostataka, prvenstveno ostataka riba i to dunavskih i mediteranskih, ukazuje na razlike u ishrani između stanovnika Akropolja i naselja u Gornjem gradu s jedne strane i stanovnika u naselju u Donjem gradu s druge strane, na osnovu čega se uviđa društveno raslojavanje na Caričinom gradu. Na osnovu veličine i procentualne zastupljenosti ekonomski najznačajnijih domaćih vrsta, utvrđeno je da se strategija uzgajanja i upotrebe životinja na Caričinom gradu menja u odnosu na rimski period. Tokom rimskog perioda gajene su krupnije rase domaćih životinja i goveče je predstavljalo najznačajniju vrstu, dok se u 6. veku na Caričinom gradu uzgajaju male lokalne rase domaćih životinja, a ovca i koza predstavljaju ekonomski najznačajnije vrste. Caričin grad je u pogledu stočarstva i eksploatacije životinja predstavljao samostalnu ekonomsku jedinicu koja je obezbeđivala osnovne potrebe u smislu hrane i to dobrim delom unutar i u neposrednoj blizini grada. Na ovakav ekonomski obrazac upućuju i preliminarni rezultati arheobotaničkih istraživanja. Takav način privređivanja posebno je važan za opstanak u kriznim vremenima. Sa druge strane, nalazi egzotičnih vrsta životinja ukazuju da su stanovnici Caričinog grada tokom većeg dela trajanja života u njemu imali dinamičnu komunikaciju sa drugim, udaljenim krajevima Carstva.
PB  - Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet
T1  - Ekonomija ranovizantijske metropole Caričin grad: arheozoološki pristup
T1  - The economy of the early Byzantine metropolis Caričin grad: archaeozoological approach
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_nardus_10546
UR  - t-4243
ER  - 
@phdthesis{
author = "Marković, Nemanja D.",
year = "2018",
abstract = "Predmet istraživanja ove doktorske disertacije su ekonomski obrasci i strategije u načinu uzgoja i eksploatacije životinja u kratkom životu ranovizantijskog Caričinog grada kroz arheozoološku perspektivu. Zbog svoje specifičnosti, kratkog trajanja i obima istraženosti, Caričin grad predstavlja jedno od najznačajnijih nalazišta za razumevanje romejske civilizacije na prostoru severnog Ilirika. Sistematsko sakupljanje životinjskih ostataka prilikom arheoloških istraživanja, kao i veličina uzorka, takođe su razlozi odabira ovog lokaliteta za rad na prvoj velikoj arheozoološkoj studiji iz ranovizantijskog perioda na prostoru severnog Ilirika. S obzirom da ranovizantijski period predstavlja vreme tranzicija i transformacija između kasne antike i ranog srednjeg veka na pomenutom prostoru, rezultati analize životinjskih ostataka sa Caričinog grada upoređeni su sa dostupnim podacima iz literature za rimski period i srednji vek u cilju praćenja eventualnih promena. Glavni cilj ove doktorske disertacije bio je utvrđivanje ekonomskih obrazaca u pogledu eksploatacije životinja u različitim delovima grada. Faunalni materijal analiziran u ovoj studiji potiče iz kula Akropolja, istraženog dela naselja na severnoj padini u Gornjem gradu, naselja u jugozapadnom delu Donjeg grada i sonde u severoistočnom podgrađu. Dobijeni rezultati ukazuju da su na svim lokacijama u gradu sa kojih potiče faunalni materijal, ekonomski najznačajnije vrste mali preživari (ovce i koze) i domaće svinje, dok se na osnovu zastupljenosti fetalnih kostiju i kostiju jako mladih jedinki ovce/koze i domaće svinje u faunalnom materijalu iz naselja u Gornjem gradu i naselja u Donjem gradu, može zaključiti da su ove životinje uzgajane unutar bedema Caričinog grada. Na osnovu starosnih struktura i paleopatoloških promena koje su nastale kao posledica eksploatacije životinja za rad, zaključuje se da su goveče, ekvidi (konji, magarci i mule) i kamile gajeni prvenstveno za rad, dok su goveda gajena i za druge proizvode, kao što je mleko, a samo su povremeno korišćene za meso jedinke mlađe od tri godine, tačnije između druge i treće godine života kada je količina mesa najveća i najboljeg kvaliteta. Lov je predstavljao sporednu granu privređivanja u Caričinom gradu. Pored toga što su jelen i divlja svinja najzastupljenije divlje vrste, veliki diverzitet divljači ukazuje više na oportunistički pristup lovu nego strateški. Analiza prostorne distribucije životinjskih ostataka, prvenstveno ostataka riba i to dunavskih i mediteranskih, ukazuje na razlike u ishrani između stanovnika Akropolja i naselja u Gornjem gradu s jedne strane i stanovnika u naselju u Donjem gradu s druge strane, na osnovu čega se uviđa društveno raslojavanje na Caričinom gradu. Na osnovu veličine i procentualne zastupljenosti ekonomski najznačajnijih domaćih vrsta, utvrđeno je da se strategija uzgajanja i upotrebe životinja na Caričinom gradu menja u odnosu na rimski period. Tokom rimskog perioda gajene su krupnije rase domaćih životinja i goveče je predstavljalo najznačajniju vrstu, dok se u 6. veku na Caričinom gradu uzgajaju male lokalne rase domaćih životinja, a ovca i koza predstavljaju ekonomski najznačajnije vrste. Caričin grad je u pogledu stočarstva i eksploatacije životinja predstavljao samostalnu ekonomsku jedinicu koja je obezbeđivala osnovne potrebe u smislu hrane i to dobrim delom unutar i u neposrednoj blizini grada. Na ovakav ekonomski obrazac upućuju i preliminarni rezultati arheobotaničkih istraživanja. Takav način privređivanja posebno je važan za opstanak u kriznim vremenima. Sa druge strane, nalazi egzotičnih vrsta životinja ukazuju da su stanovnici Caričinog grada tokom većeg dela trajanja života u njemu imali dinamičnu komunikaciju sa drugim, udaljenim krajevima Carstva.",
publisher = "Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet",
title = "Ekonomija ranovizantijske metropole Caričin grad: arheozoološki pristup, The economy of the early Byzantine metropolis Caričin grad: archaeozoological approach",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_nardus_10546, t-4243"
}
Marković, N. D.. (2018). Ekonomija ranovizantijske metropole Caričin grad: arheozoološki pristup. 
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Filozofski fakultet..
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_nardus_10546
Marković ND. Ekonomija ranovizantijske metropole Caričin grad: arheozoološki pristup. 2018;.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_nardus_10546 .
Marković, Nemanja D., "Ekonomija ranovizantijske metropole Caričin grad: arheozoološki pristup" (2018),
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_nardus_10546 .

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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Joint diseases in animal paleopathology: Veterinary approach

Stevanović, Oliver; Janeczek, Maciej; Chrószcz, A.; Marković, Nemanja

(Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Skopje, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Stevanović, Oliver
AU  - Janeczek, Maciej
AU  - Chrószcz, A.
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/226
AB  - Animal paleopathology is not a very well known scientific discipline within veterinary science, but it has great importance for historical and archaeological investigations. In this paper, authors attention is focused on the description of one of the most common findings on the skeletal remains of animals - osteoarthropathies. This review particularly emphasizes the description and classification of the most common pathological changes in synovial joints. The authors have provided their observations on the importance of joint diseases in paleopathology and veterinary medicine. Analysis of individual processes in the joints of the animals from the past may help in the understanding of diseases in modern veterinary medicine. Differential diagnosis was made a point of emphasis and discussion, so that this work could have practical significance for paleopathology and veterinary medicine.
PB  - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Skopje
T2  - Macedonian Veterinary Review
T1  - Joint diseases in animal paleopathology: Veterinary approach
EP  - 12
IS  - 1
SP  - 5
VL  - 38
DO  - 10.14432/j.macvetrev.2014.10.024
UR  - conv_567
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Stevanović, Oliver and Janeczek, Maciej and Chrószcz, A. and Marković, Nemanja",
year = "2015",
abstract = "Animal paleopathology is not a very well known scientific discipline within veterinary science, but it has great importance for historical and archaeological investigations. In this paper, authors attention is focused on the description of one of the most common findings on the skeletal remains of animals - osteoarthropathies. This review particularly emphasizes the description and classification of the most common pathological changes in synovial joints. The authors have provided their observations on the importance of joint diseases in paleopathology and veterinary medicine. Analysis of individual processes in the joints of the animals from the past may help in the understanding of diseases in modern veterinary medicine. Differential diagnosis was made a point of emphasis and discussion, so that this work could have practical significance for paleopathology and veterinary medicine.",
publisher = "Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Skopje",
journal = "Macedonian Veterinary Review",
title = "Joint diseases in animal paleopathology: Veterinary approach",
pages = "12-5",
number = "1",
volume = "38",
doi = "10.14432/j.macvetrev.2014.10.024",
url = "conv_567"
}
Stevanović, O., Janeczek, M., Chrószcz, A.,& Marković, N.. (2015). Joint diseases in animal paleopathology: Veterinary approach. in Macedonian Veterinary Review
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - Skopje., 38(1), 5-12.
https://doi.org/10.14432/j.macvetrev.2014.10.024
conv_567
Stevanović O, Janeczek M, Chrószcz A, Marković N. Joint diseases in animal paleopathology: Veterinary approach. in Macedonian Veterinary Review. 2015;38(1):5-12.
doi:10.14432/j.macvetrev.2014.10.024
conv_567 .
Stevanović, Oliver, Janeczek, Maciej, Chrószcz, A., Marković, Nemanja, "Joint diseases in animal paleopathology: Veterinary approach" in Macedonian Veterinary Review, 38, no. 1 (2015):5-12,
https://doi.org/10.14432/j.macvetrev.2014.10.024 .,
conv_567 .
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Paleopathological and radiological examination of the Auar period horse bones from central Balkans (Serbia)

Marković, Nemanja; Janeczek, Maciej; Marinković, Darko; Stevanović, Oliver; Krstić, Nikola; Petrujkić, Katarina; Trailović, Ružica

(Polish Soc Veterinary Sciences Editorial Office, Lublin, 2015)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Janeczek, Maciej
AU  - Marinković, Darko
AU  - Stevanović, Oliver
AU  - Krstić, Nikola
AU  - Petrujkić, Katarina
AU  - Trailović, Ružica
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/233
AB  - During archaeological excavations in September 2009, on the late antiquity necropolis near Obrenovac (Serbia) a horseman's grave, with horse included, was discovered and assigned to the Avar period (the 8th century AD). Horse bones were subjected to pathomorphological and radiological investigations. In order to obtain information concerning equine pathology during Avar domination, 29 bones with changes observed, i.e. in the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, metacarpal and metatarsal bones and proximal and distal phalanges limbs have been evaluated. Pathomorphology revealed chronic deformative spondyloarthropathy of the spine and ossification of the interosseous ligament both in the metacarpus and in metatarsus, while chronic periostitis was observed in the proximal phalanges, as well as ungular cartilage ossification in all distal phalanges. Based on the pathological findings on the horse's bones, it was concluded that the animal was intensively used for riding and/or as a draught animal during its lifetime, even prior to the completion of its full growth. The pathology revealed on the limb bones indicated long-lasting exposure to the trauma, suggesting that the horse had been probably ridden for long distances on hard, rocky and uneven terrain. It was also concluded that there had been a strong possibility that the mentioned Avar horse had shown symptoms of locomotor disorders due to back pain.
PB  - Polish Soc Veterinary Sciences Editorial Office, Lublin
T2  - Medycyna Weterynaryjna-Veterinary Medicine-Science and Practice
T1  - Paleopathological and radiological examination of the Auar period horse bones from central Balkans (Serbia)
EP  - 625
IS  - 10
SP  - 619
VL  - 71
UR  - conv_370
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Marković, Nemanja and Janeczek, Maciej and Marinković, Darko and Stevanović, Oliver and Krstić, Nikola and Petrujkić, Katarina and Trailović, Ružica",
year = "2015",
abstract = "During archaeological excavations in September 2009, on the late antiquity necropolis near Obrenovac (Serbia) a horseman's grave, with horse included, was discovered and assigned to the Avar period (the 8th century AD). Horse bones were subjected to pathomorphological and radiological investigations. In order to obtain information concerning equine pathology during Avar domination, 29 bones with changes observed, i.e. in the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, metacarpal and metatarsal bones and proximal and distal phalanges limbs have been evaluated. Pathomorphology revealed chronic deformative spondyloarthropathy of the spine and ossification of the interosseous ligament both in the metacarpus and in metatarsus, while chronic periostitis was observed in the proximal phalanges, as well as ungular cartilage ossification in all distal phalanges. Based on the pathological findings on the horse's bones, it was concluded that the animal was intensively used for riding and/or as a draught animal during its lifetime, even prior to the completion of its full growth. The pathology revealed on the limb bones indicated long-lasting exposure to the trauma, suggesting that the horse had been probably ridden for long distances on hard, rocky and uneven terrain. It was also concluded that there had been a strong possibility that the mentioned Avar horse had shown symptoms of locomotor disorders due to back pain.",
publisher = "Polish Soc Veterinary Sciences Editorial Office, Lublin",
journal = "Medycyna Weterynaryjna-Veterinary Medicine-Science and Practice",
title = "Paleopathological and radiological examination of the Auar period horse bones from central Balkans (Serbia)",
pages = "625-619",
number = "10",
volume = "71",
url = "conv_370"
}
Marković, N., Janeczek, M., Marinković, D., Stevanović, O., Krstić, N., Petrujkić, K.,& Trailović, R.. (2015). Paleopathological and radiological examination of the Auar period horse bones from central Balkans (Serbia). in Medycyna Weterynaryjna-Veterinary Medicine-Science and Practice
Polish Soc Veterinary Sciences Editorial Office, Lublin., 71(10), 619-625.
conv_370
Marković N, Janeczek M, Marinković D, Stevanović O, Krstić N, Petrujkić K, Trailović R. Paleopathological and radiological examination of the Auar period horse bones from central Balkans (Serbia). in Medycyna Weterynaryjna-Veterinary Medicine-Science and Practice. 2015;71(10):619-625.
conv_370 .
Marković, Nemanja, Janeczek, Maciej, Marinković, Darko, Stevanović, Oliver, Krstić, Nikola, Petrujkić, Katarina, Trailović, Ružica, "Paleopathological and radiological examination of the Auar period horse bones from central Balkans (Serbia)" in Medycyna Weterynaryjna-Veterinary Medicine-Science and Practice, 71, no. 10 (2015):619-625,
conv_370 .
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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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3
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Palaeopathological study of Cattle and Horse bone remains of the Ancient Roman city of Sirmium (Pannonia/Serbia)

Marković, Nemanja; Stevanovic, O.; Nečić, V.; Marinković, Darko; Krstić, Nikola; Nedeljković, D.; Radmanović, D.; Janeczek, Maciej

(2014)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Stevanovic, O.
AU  - Nečić, V.
AU  - Marinković, Darko
AU  - Krstić, Nikola
AU  - Nedeljković, D.
AU  - Radmanović, D.
AU  - Janeczek, Maciej
PY  - 2014
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/207
AB  - This paper considers the observation of pathological changes in animal skeletal remains from four archaeological sites in Sirmium and one rustic villa (Vranj) located near the city. Before the pathological analysis, skeletal elements, as well as insight of taxonomic and age of animals were determined. 13599 bones or bone fragments were examined. In 72 specimens various abnormal changes have been observed. Most of the pathological changes were present in skeletal remains of cattle and horses. Macroscopic and radiographic analysis of pathological changes in the animal bones established that the lesions had proliferative and chronic character. Proliferative changes in the bones of cattle and horses indicate that these animals were used as draught animals and/or carrying cargo. Considering that most of the horses skeletal remains are from the Hippodrome, it is very possible that they were animals for amusement purposes in ancient city of Sirmium.
T2  - Revue de Medecine Veterinaire
T1  - Palaeopathological study of Cattle and Horse bone remains of the Ancient Roman city of Sirmium (Pannonia/Serbia)
EP  - 88
IS  - 3-4
SP  - 77
VL  - 165
UR  - conv_503
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Marković, Nemanja and Stevanovic, O. and Nečić, V. and Marinković, Darko and Krstić, Nikola and Nedeljković, D. and Radmanović, D. and Janeczek, Maciej",
year = "2014",
abstract = "This paper considers the observation of pathological changes in animal skeletal remains from four archaeological sites in Sirmium and one rustic villa (Vranj) located near the city. Before the pathological analysis, skeletal elements, as well as insight of taxonomic and age of animals were determined. 13599 bones or bone fragments were examined. In 72 specimens various abnormal changes have been observed. Most of the pathological changes were present in skeletal remains of cattle and horses. Macroscopic and radiographic analysis of pathological changes in the animal bones established that the lesions had proliferative and chronic character. Proliferative changes in the bones of cattle and horses indicate that these animals were used as draught animals and/or carrying cargo. Considering that most of the horses skeletal remains are from the Hippodrome, it is very possible that they were animals for amusement purposes in ancient city of Sirmium.",
journal = "Revue de Medecine Veterinaire",
title = "Palaeopathological study of Cattle and Horse bone remains of the Ancient Roman city of Sirmium (Pannonia/Serbia)",
pages = "88-77",
number = "3-4",
volume = "165",
url = "conv_503"
}
Marković, N., Stevanovic, O., Nečić, V., Marinković, D., Krstić, N., Nedeljković, D., Radmanović, D.,& Janeczek, M.. (2014). Palaeopathological study of Cattle and Horse bone remains of the Ancient Roman city of Sirmium (Pannonia/Serbia). in Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 165(3-4), 77-88.
conv_503
Marković N, Stevanovic O, Nečić V, Marinković D, Krstić N, Nedeljković D, Radmanović D, Janeczek M. Palaeopathological study of Cattle and Horse bone remains of the Ancient Roman city of Sirmium (Pannonia/Serbia). in Revue de Medecine Veterinaire. 2014;165(3-4):77-88.
conv_503 .
Marković, Nemanja, Stevanovic, O., Nečić, V., Marinković, Darko, Krstić, Nikola, Nedeljković, D., Radmanović, D., Janeczek, Maciej, "Palaeopathological study of Cattle and Horse bone remains of the Ancient Roman city of Sirmium (Pannonia/Serbia)" in Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 165, no. 3-4 (2014):77-88,
conv_503 .
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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.
conv_209
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 .

Skelet konja iz konjaničkog groba sa nekropole Ušće kod Obrenovca

Marković, Nemanja

(Narodni muzej, Beograd, 2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
PY  - 2013
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/189
AB  - Tokom septembra 2009. godine, na nalazištu Ušće kod Obrenovca, u okviru zaštitnih arheoloških iskopavanja istražena je kasnoantička nekropola. Tom prilikom otkriven je konjanički grob, koji je pokretnim arheološkim materijalom (delovi pojasa pokojnika i konjske opreme) datovan u vreme Drugog avarskog kaganata (VIII vek). Skeletni ostaci konja pripadali su jedinki muškog pola, starosti 7 do 8 godina. Na osnovu dimenzija skeleta utvrđeno je da su proporcije i rast životinje bili uobičajeni za populaciju konja na prostoru Panonske nizije tokom avarske dominacije. Na postkranijalnom skeletu uočene su patološke promež koje su bile posledica jahanja. Životinja je korišćena u tu svrhu najverovatnije pre završetka telesnog rasta, odnosno od subadultnog doba.
AB  - During archaeological excavations of the late antiquity necropolis Ušće in September 2009, a horseman burial from the Late Avar period (VIII century) was investigated. Archaeozoological analyses were performed on the skeletal remains of the horse in order to determine the individual's age, sex, withers height and other metric analyses, also taking into account taphonomy and pathological changes. Skeletal remains belonged to a male, age from 7 to 8 years, with withers height of 139.7 cm. Traces of decomposition on osteological material in the grave no. 7 are the result of changes in the pH values of sediment. Observing pathological changes on the skeletal remains, four different diseases of the skeletal system were discovered: two kinds of spondylosis were detected on the spinal column, spondylosis ankylopoetica and spondylosis chronica deformans; desmoiditis ossificans ligamentum interosseum on the metapodials and ossificatio cartilaginis ungulae on the third phalanges of the front and hind limbs. These diseases are the result of chronic inflammation of ligaments and cartilage, caused by intensive riding over a long period of time.
PB  - Narodni muzej, Beograd
T2  - Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija
T1  - Skelet konja iz konjaničkog groba sa nekropole Ušće kod Obrenovca
T1  - Horse skeletal remains from equestrian grave at necropolis Ušće near Obrenovac
EP  - 290
IS  - 21-1
SP  - 275
UR  - conv_208
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Marković, Nemanja",
year = "2013",
abstract = "Tokom septembra 2009. godine, na nalazištu Ušće kod Obrenovca, u okviru zaštitnih arheoloških iskopavanja istražena je kasnoantička nekropola. Tom prilikom otkriven je konjanički grob, koji je pokretnim arheološkim materijalom (delovi pojasa pokojnika i konjske opreme) datovan u vreme Drugog avarskog kaganata (VIII vek). Skeletni ostaci konja pripadali su jedinki muškog pola, starosti 7 do 8 godina. Na osnovu dimenzija skeleta utvrđeno je da su proporcije i rast životinje bili uobičajeni za populaciju konja na prostoru Panonske nizije tokom avarske dominacije. Na postkranijalnom skeletu uočene su patološke promež koje su bile posledica jahanja. Životinja je korišćena u tu svrhu najverovatnije pre završetka telesnog rasta, odnosno od subadultnog doba., During archaeological excavations of the late antiquity necropolis Ušće in September 2009, a horseman burial from the Late Avar period (VIII century) was investigated. Archaeozoological analyses were performed on the skeletal remains of the horse in order to determine the individual's age, sex, withers height and other metric analyses, also taking into account taphonomy and pathological changes. Skeletal remains belonged to a male, age from 7 to 8 years, with withers height of 139.7 cm. Traces of decomposition on osteological material in the grave no. 7 are the result of changes in the pH values of sediment. Observing pathological changes on the skeletal remains, four different diseases of the skeletal system were discovered: two kinds of spondylosis were detected on the spinal column, spondylosis ankylopoetica and spondylosis chronica deformans; desmoiditis ossificans ligamentum interosseum on the metapodials and ossificatio cartilaginis ungulae on the third phalanges of the front and hind limbs. These diseases are the result of chronic inflammation of ligaments and cartilage, caused by intensive riding over a long period of time.",
publisher = "Narodni muzej, Beograd",
journal = "Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija",
title = "Skelet konja iz konjaničkog groba sa nekropole Ušće kod Obrenovca, Horse skeletal remains from equestrian grave at necropolis Ušće near Obrenovac",
pages = "290-275",
number = "21-1",
url = "conv_208"
}
Marković, N.. (2013). Skelet konja iz konjaničkog groba sa nekropole Ušće kod Obrenovca. in Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija
Narodni muzej, Beograd.(21-1), 275-290.
conv_208
Marković N. Skelet konja iz konjaničkog groba sa nekropole Ušće kod Obrenovca. in Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija. 2013;(21-1):275-290.
conv_208 .
Marković, Nemanja, "Skelet konja iz konjaničkog groba sa nekropole Ušće kod Obrenovca" in Zbornik Narodnog muzeja - serija: Arheologija, no. 21-1 (2013):275-290,
conv_208 .

Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia

Marković, Nemanja; Bulatović, Jelena

(Hungarian National Museum, 2013)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Marković, Nemanja
AU  - Bulatović, Jelena
PY  - 2013
UR  - http://rai.ai.ac.rs/handle/123456789/204
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.
PB  - Hungarian National Museum
T2  - Archeometriai Muhely
T1  - Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia
EP  - 230
IS  - 3
SP  - 225
VL  - 10
UR  - conv_581
ER  - 
@article{
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"
}
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.
conv_581
Marković N, Bulatović J. Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia. in Archeometriai Muhely. 2013;10(3):225-230.
conv_581 .
Marković, Nemanja, Bulatović, Jelena, "Ploughing in medieval times on the territory of presentday Serbia" in Archeometriai Muhely, 10, no. 3 (2013):225-230,
conv_581 .
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