2014. 6 Faunal remains. In: Excavations at Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh: the development of closes and tenements north of the Royal Mile during the 16th-18th centuries . 10.5284/1017938.

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6 Faunal remains
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Excavations at Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh: the development of closes and tenements north of the Royal Mile during the 16th-18th centuries
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Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports
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58
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https://doi.org/10.5284/1017938
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Most of the identified mammal specimens derive from domestic animals. The assemblage is dominated by sheep or goat flowed by cattle and pig. Dog, cat, rabbit, rat, mouse and shrew were also presented. Most of the fish bones derive from the cod family. Identified species were haddock and cod. The herring family was represented by probably herring. In addition, a small number of turbot or brill, flatfish and salmon family were found. A total of 43 bird bones mostly belong to the domestic chicken. The bones identified as goose and duck might belong to wild or domestic bird.
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2014
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Subject - Auto Detected Sheep
Subject - Auto Detected Cattle
Subject - Auto Detected Bird Bones
Subject - Auto Detected Domestic Chicken
Subject - Auto Detected Mouse
Subject - Auto Detected Pig Dog Cat Rabbit
Subject - Auto Detected Fish Bones
Subject - Auto Detected Domestic Bird
Subject - Auto Detected Bones
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DigitalBorn
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23-02-2015