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Allentuck, A; (2015) An acquired taste: emulation and indigenization of cattle forelimbs in the southern Levant. Cambridge Archaeological Journal , 25 (1) pp. 45-62. 10.1017/S0959774314000249 . Green open access

Allentuck, A; (2013) Raw material availability and technological choice: Modified metapodia from an early bronze age site in Central Israel. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology , 23 (4) pp. 379-394. 10.1002/oa.1258.

Allentuck, A; Temporalities of human-livestock relationships in the late prehistory of the southern Levant. Journal of Social Archaeology , 15 (1) 94 - 115. 10.1177/1469605314546071. (In press). Green open access

Allentuck, A; Martin, L; Roe, J; (2015) Refuse Disposal in the Early Epipalaeolithic? Preliminary Zooarchaeological Evidence from Kharaneh IV, Eastern Jordan. Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant , 10 pp. 67-69.

Gibbs, K; Kadowaki, S; Allentuck, A; Banning, EB; (2009) Early Bronze I Occupation at al-Basatîn, in Wadi Ziqlab, Northern Jordan. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research , 355 pp. 31-50.

Kadowaki, S; Gibbs, K; Allentuck, A; Banning, EB; (2008) Late Neolithic Settlement in Wadi Ziqlab, Jordan: al-Basatîn. Paléorient , 34 pp. 105-129.

Maher, LA; Macdonald, DA; Allentuck, A; Martin, L; Spyrou, A; Jones, MD; (2016) Occupying wide open spaces? Late Pleistocene hunter-gatherer activities in the Eastern Levant. QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL , 396 pp. 79-94. 10.1016/j.quaint.2015.07.054.

Book chapter

Allentuck, A; Early Bronze I Faunal Remains from Hartuv. In: Bar-Oz, G and Horwitz, LK, (eds.) Noah's Ark: The Archaeozoology of the Holy Land. Israel Antiquities Authority: Jerusalem.

Allentuck, A; Greenfield, HJ; (2010) The Organization of Animal Production in an Early Urban Center: The Zooarchaeological Evidence from Early Bronze Age Titriş Höyük, Southeast Turkey. In: Campana, D and Crabtree, P and deFrance, SD and Lev-Tov, J and Choyke, A, (eds.) Anthropological Approaches to Zooarchaeology: Complexity, Colonialism, and Animal Transformations. (pp. 12-29). Oxbow Books: Oxford.

Greenfield, HJ; Allentuck, A; (2011) Neighbourhood Differences in Animal Exploitation and Consumption in an Early Urban Center: The Zooarchaeology of Early Bronze Age Titriş Höyük, SE Turkey. In: Morton, S and Butler, D, (eds.) It's Good to Be King: The Archaeology of Power and Authority. (pp. 171-179). Chacmool Archaeological Association: Calgary.


Allentuck, A; (2013) Human-Livestock Relations in the Early Bronze Age of the Southern Levant. Doctoral thesis, University of Toronto.

Allentuck, A; (2004) Production, Distribution and Consumption of Animals at Early Bronze Age Titriş Höyük, Southeastern Turkey: A Zooarchaeological Approach. Masters thesis, University of Manitoba.

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