Dogs and cats at Medieval Komana



Dog in the Manger The Military and Financial Transformation of Ottoman Forestry after the Crimean War
Dursun, Selçuk (null; 2007-06-09)
Animals at Burgaz in the classical period from the evidence of faunal remains
Aydın, Mahmut; Summers, Geoffrey; Department of Settlement Archaeology (2004)
For this thesis the animal bones collected from the archaeological excavations at the ancient site of Burgaz have been analyzed for the study of animal exploitation, human diet, social differentiation and the environment of Burgaz and Datça during the Classical Period. Comparison of the results with evidence from other sites to determine the extent to which there might have been local trends in animal husbandry. Because this kind of a research is not common among archaeologists specialising in the classical...
Animal bones studies on Byzantine city of Amorium
Silibolatlaz, Derya; Pişkin, Evangelia; Department of Settlement Archaeology (2009)
The aim of this study is to identify the preferred animal species at Byzantine city of Amorium and accordingly to find the spatial relationship between context and the purpose of animal use such as dietary habits, workshop activities, possible socioeconomic differentiation and subsistence economy as well as the ecology of Amorium environment. The animal bones were examined in order to determine their species. The identified animal bones were assessed by calculating the frequencies of the each species. Thus,...
Animal sacrificial offerings at Sapinuwa, a religious center of the Hittite empire, Late Bronze Age, Turkey
Pişkin, Evangelia (2022-06-15)
“Animal sacrificial offerings at Sapinuwa, a religious center of the Hittite empire, Late Bronze Age, Turkey”. In the Late Bronze age, the Hittites established the first state – empire in Anatolia. It was a feudalistic and theocratic state in which religion and rituals had outmost importance for consolidating the power of the kings. A study of animal bones recovered from Sapinuwa excavations was initiated with the aim to reconstruct the rituals for which the site is famous. Hittite rituals are stu...
Sheep liver microsomal flavin-monooxygenases: characterization and effect of some modulators
Demirdöğen Can, Birsen; Adalı, Orhan; Department of Biochemistry (2002)
The flavin-containing monooxygenases (also called flavin-monooxygenases and abbreviated to FMO; E.C.I. 14.13.8) catalyze the NADPH and oxygen-dependent oxidation of a wide range of nucleophilic nitrogen-, sulfur-, phosphorus-, and selenium heteroatom-containing chemicals, drugs, and agricultural agents. FMOs have been found in various organisms from bacteria to humans and five mammalian FMO genes have been identified, FM01-FM05. Sheep liver microsomal FMO enzyme activity was characterized using methimazole ...
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E. Pişkin, Dogs and cats at Medieval Komana. 2021.