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Reply to Nehlich and Borić's “Response to Bonsall et al. ‘Food for Thought: Re-Assessing Mesolithic Diets in the Iron Gates’”

  • Clive Bonsall (a1), Gordon Cook (a2), László Bartosiewicz (a3) and Catriona Pickard (a1)
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Bonsall, C, Cook, G, Pickard, C, McSweeney, K, Sayle, K, Bartosiewicz, L, Radovanović, I, Higham, T, Soficaru, A, Boroneant, A. 2015b. Food for thought: re-assessing Mesolithic diets in the Iron Gates. Radiocarbon 57(4), doi: 10.2458/azu_rc.57.18440 [this issue].
Borić, D, Stefanović, S. 2004. Birth and death: infant burials from Vlasac and Lepenski Vir. Antiquity 78:526–46.
Boroneant, A, Bonsall, C. 2013. The 1965–1968 excavations at Schela Cladovei (Romania) revisited. In: Starnini, E, editor. Unconformist Archaeology. Papers in Honour of Paolo Biagi. Oxford: Archaeopress. p 3554.
Boroneant, A, Bonsall, C. In press. The Icoana burials in context. In: Grünberg, JM, editor. Mesolithic Burials – Rites, Symbols and Social Organisation of Early Postglacial Communities. Halle: Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte Halle (Saale).
Nehlich, O, Borić, D, Stefanović, S, Richards, MP. 2010. Sulphur isotope evidence for freshwater fish consumption: a case study from the Danube Gorges, SE Europe. Journal of Archaeological Science 37(5):1131–9.
Nehlich, O, Borić, D. 2015. Response to Bonsall et al. “Food for thought: re-assessing Mesolithic diets in the Iron Gates.” Radiocarbon 57(4), doi: 10.2458/azu_rc.57.18678 [this issue].

Reply to Nehlich and Borić's “Response to Bonsall et al. ‘Food for Thought: Re-Assessing Mesolithic Diets in the Iron Gates’”

  • Clive Bonsall (a1), Gordon Cook (a2), László Bartosiewicz (a3) and Catriona Pickard (a1)
  • In response to commentaries on:

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