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T. OConnor (1997)

Working at relationships: Another look at animal domestication

Antiquity, 71(271):149-156.

'Animals were wild, and then some of them were tamed and so became domestic.' The archaeological definition of 'domestic' is a fundamental, alongside the means by which the domestic is to be recognized in the archaeological record. Setting that relationship with human beings which we call 'domestication' alongside other relations between species clarifies the issues.

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