• Figure 19.7. Top: Frequencies of the most common identified mammal remains from excavations at three upland sites by PASH in 2014 and 2016. Relative abundance is similar at all three sites, although sample size varies. Bottom: This is not the case at the three tumuli excavated in 2013 and 2014 by PASH. Each sample is different, but note the range of NISP. Higher frequencies of canid remains in two tumuli (052 and 099) are notable. The frequencies at Tumulus 088 are most like the upland sites, but there were no pig remains.

Chart of most common mammal remains from PASH 2014 and 2016 excavations at Gajtan, Kodër Boks, and Zagorë; and at Tumulus 088, Tumulus 099, and Tumulus 052, excavated in 2013 and 2014

From Archaeological Investigations in a Northern Albanian Province: Results of the Projekti Arkeologjik i Shkodrës (PASH): Volume Two: Artifacts and Artifact Analysis by Michael L. Galaty and Lorenc Bejko, Editors

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