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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4043562

Avian remains from the Early Bronze Age settlement near Dyadovo village (vicinity of the town of Nova Zagora, Stara Zagora Region, SE Bulgaria)


Zlatozar Boev

15 April 2006 · volume 17 · pp. 133–135 · PDF [full text]

Abstract: Nineteen bird bone remains (MNI=7), dated ca. 5000 B.P. of Coturnix coturnix, Gallus gallus domestica and Otis tarda have been identified. This is the second site in Bulgaria proving the existence of poultry-breeding in the Eneolithic-Early-Bronze-Age period. It is also the tenth archaeological site of the Great Bustard in the country.

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