Animal Palaeopathology Working Group

Below are a list of publications on the subject of animal palaeopathology that have been published in 2008/9.

Proceedings of the APWG Conference in Kaunas, Lithuania: http://www.apwg.supanet.com/proceedings2007.htm

Bartosiewicz, L. 2008. Bone structure and function in draft cattle, pp. 154-164, in Grupe, G., McGlynn, G. and Peters, J. (eds.), Limping Together Through the Ages: Joint Afflictions and Bone Infections. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 6: 187-201.

Miklikova, Z. and Thomas, R. 2008. Current Research in Animal Palaeopathology: Proceedings of the Second Animal Palaeopathology Working Group Conference. British Archaeological Reports International Series S1844. Oxford: Archaeopress.

O'Connor, T. 2008. On the differential diagnosis of arthropathy in bovids, pp. 165-186, in Grupe, G., McGlynn, G. and Peters, J. (eds.), Limping Together Through the Ages: Joint Afflictions and Bone Infections. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 6: 187-201.

Teegen, W-R. 2008. A crested fowl from late antique Augusta Treverorum/Trier, pp. 203-207, in Grupe, G., McGlynn, G. and Peters, J. (eds.), Limping Together Through the Ages: Joint Afflictions and Bone Infections. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 6: 187-201.

Thomas, R. 2008. Diachronic trends in lower limb pathologies in later medieval and post-medieval cattle from Britain, pp. 187-201, in Grupe, G., McGlynn, G. and Peters, J. (eds.), Limping Together Through the Ages: Joint Afflictions and Bone Infections. Documenta Archaeobiologiae 6: 187-201.

Von Hunnis, T. 2009. Using microscopy to improve a diagosis: an isolated case of tuberculosis-induced hypertrophic osteopathy in archaeological dog remains. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 19: 397-405.

Wentz, T. K. and De Grummond, N. T. 2009. Life on horseback: palaeopathology of two Scythian skeletons from Alexandropol, Ukraine. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 19: 107-115.