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In the Land of the Ichthyophagi: Modelling fish exploitation in the Arabian Gulf and Gulf of Oman from the 5th millennium BC to the Late Islamic period (British Archaeological Reports British Series)

Mark J. Beech

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ISBN 10: 1841715778 / ISBN 13: 9781841715773
Published by British Archaeological Reports, 2004
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Title: In the Land of the Ichthyophagi: Modelling ...

Publisher: British Archaeological Reports

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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This largely unaltered thesis contributes to our knowledge of the coastal exploitation of south-east Arabia over a long period of time. Mark Beech draws on evidence from 23 assemblages to investigate fish exploitation patterns and to model and interpret regional variability of the types of sites and assemblages revealed. The influence of the environment and space, and the seasonal use of coastal resources, are discussed and Beech also assesses evidence for possible fish processing, storage and trade activities.

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