Fourteen papers arising out of the 2007 conference held at the Lithuanian Veterinary Academy, Kaunas, Lithuania, are published in the peer-reviewed journal of the Lithuanian Veterinary Academy: Veterinarija & Zootechnika. All papers can be downloaded for free here.
The proceedings of the second APWG conference held at the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, Slovakia, 23rd – 24th September 2004 have been published by Archaeopress. The full citation is as follows:
British Archaeological Reports -S1844, 2008 Current Research in Animal Palaeopathology: Proceedings of the Second ICAZ Animal Palaeopathology Working Group Conference edited by Zora Miklíková and Richard Thomas. ISBN 978 1 4073 0331 4. £26.00.
Papers include the following topics: Environmental stress in early domestic sheep (Bartosiewicz); Developmental anomaly of prehistoric roe deer dentition (Fabiš et al.); Tuberculosis or brucellosis in an Iron Age horse skeleton (Bendrey); Palaeopathology at two Roman sites in central Britain (Vann); Fracture analysis at a Roman site in The Netherlands (Groot); Pathology in horses from a Roman cemetery (Lyublyanovics); Animal diseases at a Celtic-Roman village in Hungary (Daróczi-Szabó); Animal pathology at an early medieval settlement in south-west Slovakia (Miklíková); Animal diseases from medieval Buda (Csippán & Daróczi-Szabó); Fossil and sub-fossil pathological bird bones from recent excavations (Gál); Osteoporosis in animal palaeopathology (Martiniaková et al.); Cranial perforations in Armenian cattle (Manaseryan).