Heidelinde Autengruber-Thüry completed her studies in history at the University of Vienna with a master's degree (with distinction) in 1999 and a doctorate in 2017. She acquired her specialist practical and theoretical knowledge in the field of cynology through many years of collaboration with the Irish Setter Club of Austria.
This study considers the living environment of the dog in Roman antiquity, based on literary and iconographic sources as well as archaeological and archaeozoological finds. The book asserts that dogs played an important role in many areas of life, such that everyday life in the Classical world could not be imagined without them. READ MORE
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