Adam Allentuck
Adam Allentuck
The Archaeology Centre, University of Toronto
Verified email at alum.utoronto.ca
TitleCited byYear
The organization of animal production in an early urban center: the zooarchaeological evidence from Early Bronze Age Titriş HŲyŁk, southeast Turkey
A Allentuck, HJ Greenfield
Oxbow Books, 2010
242010
Occupying wide open spaces? Late Pleistocene hunter–gatherer activities in the Eastern Levant
LA Maher, DA Macdonald, A Allentuck, L Martin, A Spyrou, MD Jones
Quaternary International 396, 79-94, 2016
202016
Late Neolithic Settlement in Wadi Ziqlab, Jordan: al-BasatÓn
S Kadowaki, K Gibbs, A Allentuck, EB Banning
Palťorient, 105-129, 2008
172008
Temporalities of human–livestock relationships in the late prehistory of the southern Levant
A Allentuck
Journal of Social Archaeology 15, 94-115, 2015
112015
Raw Material Availability and Technological Choice: Modified Metapodia from an Early Bronze Age Site in Central Israel
A Allentuck
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 23, 379-394, 2013
92013
Early Bronze I Occupation at al-BasatÓn, in Wadi Ziqlab, Northern Jordan
K Gibbs, A Allentuck, S Kadowaki, EB Banning
Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 355 (1), 31-50, 2009
62009
Production, distribution and consumption of animals at Early Bronze Age Titiş Höyük southeastern Turkey: a zooarchaeological approach
A Allentuck
University of Manitoba, 2004
62004
Human-Livestock Relations in the Early Bronze Age of the Southern Levant
A Allentuck
University of Toronto, 2013
52013
Technological change and economy in the Epipalaeolithic: assessing the shift from Early to Middle Epipalaeolithic at Kharaneh IV
DA Macdonald, A Allentuck, LA Maher
Journal of Field Archaeology 43 (6), 437-456, 2018
22018
Refuse Disposal in the Early Epipalaeolithic? Preliminary Zooarchaeological Evidence from Kharaneh IV, Eastern Jordan
A Allentuck, L Martin, J Roe
Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant 10, 67-69, 2015
12015
An acquired taste: emulation and indigenization of cattle forelimbs in the southern Levant
A Allentuck
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 25 (1), 45-62, 2015
12015
The risky business of keeping pigs during periods of climatic fluctuation: A case from the Mid-Holocene Near East
A Allentuck, AM Rosen
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 24, 939-945, 2019
2019
Long-term Landscape, Environment and Climate Change Studies, from the Past through to Predictive Models for Future Developments
SL Smith, A Allentuck, L Martin, J Roe, M Jones, T Richter, G Rollefson, ...
Bulletin for the Council for British Research in the Levant 10 (1), 65-82, 2015
2015
Neighbourhood Differences in Animal Exploitation and Consumption in an Early Urban Center: The Zooarchaeology of Early Bronze Age Titriş HŲyŁk, SE Turkey
HJ Greenfield, A Allentuck
Chacmool Archaeological Association, 2011
2011
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