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2004
Lentacker, A., Ervynck, A. & Van Neer, W., 2004. Gastronomy or religion - The animal remains from the mithraeum at Tienen (Belgium). In S. O'Day, Van Neer, W., & Ervynck, A. Behaviour behind bones - The zooarchaeology of ritual, religion, status and identity. Oxford, pp. 77-94.
Lentacker, A., Ervynck, A. & Van Neer, W., 2004. Gastronomy or religion - The animal remains from the mithraeum at Tienen (Belgium). In S. O'Day, Van Neer, W., & Ervynck, A. Behaviour behind bones - The zooarchaeology of ritual, religion, status and identity. Oxford, pp. 77-94.
Ervynck, A., Van Neer, W. & Pieters, M., 2004. How the North was won (and lost again) - Historical and archaeological data on the exploitation of the North Atlanctic by the Flemish fishery. In R. Housley & Coles, G. Atlantic connections and adaptations - Economies, environments and subsistence in lands bordering the North Atlantic. Oxford, pp. 230-239.
Cooremans, B., 2004. Macrobotanisch onderzoek. In K. De Groote e.a. De Valcke, de Slotele en de Lelye, burgerwoningen op de Grote Markt te Aalst (prov. Oost-Vlaanderen): onderzoek naar de bewoners, analyse van een vroeg-16de eeuwse beerputvulling en de evolutie tot stadhuis. Archeologie in Vlaanderen. Brussel: Instituut voor het Archeologisch Patrimonium en de stad Tienen, pp. 377-386.
Ervynck, A., 2004. Orant, pugnant, laborant - The diet of the three orders in the feudal society of medieval north-western Europe. In S. O'Day, Van Neer, W., & Ervynck, A. Behaviour behind bones - The zooarchaeology of ritual, status and identity. Oxford, pp. 215-223.
Van Neer, W. & Ervynck, A., 2004. Remains of traded fish in archaeological sites: indicators of status, or bulk food. In S. O'Day, Van Neer, W., & Ervynck, A. Behaviour behind bones - The zooarchaeology of ritual, religion, status and identity. Oxford, pp. 203-214.
Van Neer, W. & Ervynck, A., 2004. Remains of traded fish in archaeological sites: indicators of status, or bulk food. In S. O'Day, Van Neer, W., & Ervynck, A. Behaviour behind bones - The zooarchaeology of ritual, religion, status and identity. Oxford, pp. 203-214.
Van Neer, W. & Udrescu, M., 2004. Restes fauniques d’Ottenburg “De Tomme”. In B. Clarys, Burnez-Lanotte, L., & Van Assche, M. L’occupation Michelsberg du site d’Ottenburg & Grez-Doiceau (Bt): prospections systématiques et nouvelles perspectives de recherches. Amphora . X, pp. 45-48.
Lentacker, A., Ervynck, A. & Van Neer, W., 2004. The symbolic meaning of the cock. The animal remains from the mithraeum at Tienen (Belgium). In M. Martens & De Boe, G. Roman Mithraism: the evidence of the small finds. Archeologie in Vlaanderen Monografie. Brussel, pp. 57-80.
2003
Ervynck, A. e.a., 2003. Beyond affluence: the zooarchaeology of luxury. World Archaeology, 34(3), pp.428-441.
Van Neer, W. & Ervynck, A., 2003. De laatmiddeleeuwse bloeiperiode van de Vlaamse zeevisserij: een studie van visbotten. In M. Pieters Fishery, trade and piracy - Fishermen and fishermen's settlements in and around the North Sea in the Middle Ages and later - Visserij, handel en piraterij - Vissers en vissersnederzettingen in en rond het Noorzeegebied in de Middeleeuwen en later. VLIZ special publication - IAP-Rapport. Oostende-Brussel, pp. 102-105.
Van Neer, W. & Ervynck, A., 2003. The late medieval heyday of the Flemish marine fishery: a fish-eye view. In M. Pieters Fishery, trade and piracy - Fishermen and fishermen's settlements in and around the North Sea in the Middle Ages and later - Visserij, handel en piraterij - Vissers en vissersnederzettingen in en rond het Noorzeegebied in de Middeleeuwen en later. VLIZ special publication - IAP-Rapport. Oostende-Brussel, pp. 40-43.

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