Alan K. Outram
Alan K. Outram
Professor of Archaeological Science, University of Exeter
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The earliest horse harnessing and milking
AK Outram, NA Stear, R Bendrey, S Olsen, A Kasparov, V Zaibert, ...
Science 323 (5919), 1332-1335, 2009
A new approach to identifying bone marrow and grease exploitation: why the “indeterminate” fragments should not be ignored
AK Outram
Journal of archaeological science 28 (4), 401-410, 2001
Introduction to experimental archaeology
AK Outram
World Archaeology 40 (1), 1-6, 2008
Bone fracture and within-bone nutrients: an experimentally based method for investigating levels of marrow extraction
AK Outram
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 2002
Meat and marrow utility indices for horse (Equus)
A Outram, P Rowley-Conwy
Journal of Archaeological Science 25 (9), 839-849, 1998
Ancient genomes revisit the ancestry of domestic and Przewalski’s horses
C Gaunitz, A Fages, K Hanghĝj, A Albrechtsen, N Khan, M Schubert, ...
Science 360 (6384), 111-114, 2018
The first horse herders and the impact of early Bronze Age steppe expansions into Asia
P de Barros Damgaard, R Martiniano, J Kamm, JV Moreno-Mayar, ...
Science 360 (6396), 2018
Widespread exploitation of the honeybee by early Neolithic farmers
M Roffet-Salque, M Regert, RP Evershed, AK Outram, LJE Cramp, ...
Nature 527 (7577), 226-230, 2015
Understanding complex fragmented assemblages of human and animal remains: a fully integrated approach
AK Outram, CJ Knüsel, S Knight, AF Harding
Journal of Archaeological Science 32 (12), 1699-1710, 2005
Tracking five millennia of horse management with extensive ancient genome time series
A Fages, K Hanghĝj, N Khan, C Gaunitz, A Seguin-Orlando, M Leonardi, ...
Cell 177 (6), 1419-1435. e31, 2019
Fragmentation: the zonation method applied to fragmented human remains from archaeological and forensic contexts
CJ Knüsel, AK Outram
Environmental Archaeology 9 (1), 85-98, 2004
Tracking changes in bone fracture morphology over time: environment, taphonomy, and the archaeological record
LP Karr, AK Outram
Journal of archaeological science 39 (2), 555-559, 2012
Patterns of pastoralism in later Bronze Age Kazakhstan: new evidence from faunal and lipid residue analyses
AK Outram, A Kasparov, NA Stear, V Varfolomeev, E Usmanova, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (7), 2424-2435, 2012
A comparison of paleo-eskimo and medieval Norse bone fat exploitation in western Greenland
AK Outram
Arctic Anthropology, 103-117, 1999
Bone degradation and environment: understanding, assessing and conducting archaeological experiments using modern animal bones
LP Karr, AK Outram
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 25 (2), 201-212, 2015
Horses for the dead: funerary foodways in Bronze Age Kazakhstan
AK Outram, NA Stear, A Kasparov, E Usmanova, V Varfolomeev, ...
Antiquity 85 (327), 116-128, 2011
The genetic history of admixture across inner Eurasia
C Jeong, O Balanovsky, E Lukianova, N Kahbatkyzy, P Flegontov, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (6), 966-976, 2019
Comparing levels of subsistence stress amongst Norse settlers in Iceland and Greenland using levels of bone fat exploitation as an indicator
AK Outram
Environmental Archaeology 8 (2), 119-128, 2003
17. Fragmentation of the Body: Comestibles, Compost, or Customary Rite?
CJ Knüsel, AK Outram
The social archaeology of funerary remains 1, 253, 2009
Identifying dietary stress in marginal environments: bone fats, optimal foraging theory and the seasonal round
AK Outram
Colonisation, migration and marginal areas: A zooarchaeological approach, 74-85, 2004
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