Lenny Salvagno graduated from the University of Parma (Italy) and obtained a PhD in zooarchaeology from the University of Sheffield (UK). She completed a two-year Post-Doc at Sheffield, focussing on changes in pig husbandry during the Late Medieval-Early Modern transition in England. She is now an Honorary Research Fellow at the Department of Archaeology in Sheffield and a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich (Germany).
Based on a combination of morphological and biometrical analyses, this book provides a new, objective and transparent methodology to distinguish between sheep and goat post cranial bones in the archaeological record. Additionally, on the basis of the newly proposed approach, it reassesses the role of the goat in medieval England. READ MORE
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