Ashleigh Haruda
Ashleigh Haruda
Postdoctoral Researcher, Central Natural Science Collections, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
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Separating Sheep (Ovis aries L.) and Goats (Capra hircus L.) Using Geometric Morphometric Methods: An Investigation of Astragalus Morphology from Late and …
AF Haruda
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 27 (4), 551-562, 2017
Regional pastoral practice in central and southeastern Kazakhstan in the Final Bronze Age (1300–900 BCE)
A Haruda
Archaeological Research in Asia 15, 146-156, 2018
The potential for detecting livestock exchange in Late Bronze Age Kazakhstan: tracking sheep breeds across the steppe
A Haruda
Poster, association for environmental archaeology conference, University of …, 2014
A new zooarchaeological application for geometric morphometric methods: distinguishing Ovis aries morphotypes to address connectivity and mobility of prehistoric Central Asian …
AF Haruda, V Varfolomeev, A Goriachev, A Yermolayeva, AK Outram
Journal of archaeological science 107, 50-57, 2019
Nomadism or Not? An Examination of the Use of Animals in the Talgar Alluvial Fan, Kazakhstan, Through the Iron Age, 800 BC–200 AD
A Haruda
Unpublished doctoral thesis. Institute of Archaeology, 2007
The mark of captivity: plastic responses in the ankle bone of a wild ungulate (Sus scrofa)
H Harbers, D Neaux, K Ortiz, B Blanc, F Laurens, I Baly, C Callou, ...
Royal Society Open Science 7 (3), 192039, 2020
Central Asian Economies And Ecologies In The Late Bronze Age: Geometric Morphometrics of the Caprid Astragalus And Zooarchaeological Investigations Of Pastoralism
AF Haruda
University of Exeter, 2014
Fingers and teeth: an example of zooarchaeological methods
AF Haruda
Ye. A. Buketov Karaganda State University Publishing house, 2011
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