Publications of Bartosiewicz, L.

Choyke AM. Cut to fit: comparing Roman Period and medieval bone workshop debris from urban areas. In: Bartosiewicz L, Gál E, editors. Csontvázak a szekrényből Válogatott tanulmányok a Magyar Archaeozoológusok Visegrádi Találkozóinak anyagából 2002–2009. Budapest: Martin Opitz Kiadó; 2009. p. 235-50.
Archaeozoology of the Near East IV. In: Choyke AM, Buitenhuis H, Bartosiewicz L, Martin L, editors. ARC Publication. Groningen: Centre for Archeological Research and Consultancy; 2006.

Skating with Horses: continuity and parallelism in prehistoric Hungary

The prehistory and history of the Carpathian Basin have long been treated as a series of moszly discontinuous cultural events triggered by population movements largely from the East and South of an ambiguous nature. Twenty years of research into the nature of prehistoric bone working in Hungary, which lies at the center of this geographic region, has begun to reveal spatial and temporal continuities in bone tool. Some of these continuities, cross-cutting modern precepts of archaeological cultures, are found over very wide areas, some are limited to regions within the Carpathian Basin, while others clearly reflect continuous manufacturing traditions within a limited territory.The very special case of bone skates will be examined here. On the one hand, there are skates from the Early and Middle Bronze Age in northwest Hungary that seem to mark continuity in their manufacturing tradition lasting over 1000 years. On the other hand, there are bone skates from the Late Bronze Age, Roman Period Sarmatian and later, Medieval contexts which display a similar use of horse bone to make skates but which represent less social continuity reflected in manufacturing traditions than parallel responses of disparate cultural groups to identical environmental and cultural pressures. This paper seeks to explore the question of both continuity in manufacturing traditions of bone skates in the Bronze Age of western Hungary and the broader relationship between the exploitation of horse in humid plain environments, apparently a necessary but not sufficient variable effecting the use of bone skates in both prehistoric and historic periods.

Choyke AM, Bartosiewicz L. Osseous projectile points from the Swiss Neolithic: taphonomy, typology and function. In: Roksandic M, editor. Violent interactions in the Mesolithic : evidence and meaning. Oxford England: Archaeopress; 2004. p. 75-88. (BAR International Series; no 1237).
Choyke AM. Late Neolithic red deer canine beads and their imitations. In: Choyke A, Bartosiewicz L, editors. Crafting bone : skeletal technologies through time and space. Oxford England: Archaeopress; 2001. p. 251-66. (BAR International Series; no 937).
Archaeozoology of the Near East IVA. In: Choyke AM, Buitenhuis H, Bartosiewicz L, editors. ARC Publication. Groningen: Centre for Archeological Research and Consultancy; 2000.
Choyke AM, Bartosiewicz L. Bronze Age animal keeping in Western Hungary. In: Jerem E, Poroszlai I, editors. Archaeology of the Bronze and Iron Age : experimental archaeology, environmental archaeology, archaeological parks. Budapest: Archaeolingua Alapítvány; 1999. p. 239-49. (Archaeolingua Series).
Choyke AM. Bronze Age red deer: case studies from the Great Hungarian Plain. In: Anreiter P, Bartosiewicz L, editors. Man and the animal world : studies in archaeozoology, archaeology, anthropology and palaeolinguistics in memoriam Sándor Bökönyi. Budapest: Archaeolingua Foundation; 1998. p. 157-78.
Choyke AM, Bartosiewicz L. Die Tierreste aus Iatrus-Krivina (Ausgrabung 1970-1972). In: Iatrus-Krivina : spätantike Befestigung und frühmittelalterliche Siedlung an der unteren Donau. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag; 1995. p. 117-21. (Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur der Antike; no 17).
Choyke AM, Bartosiewicz L. Taxonomie und Typologie der Knochenartefakte von St. Blaise. In: Kokabi M, Wahl J, editors. Beiträge zur Archäozoologie und prähistorischen Anthropologie. Stuttgart: Landesdenkmalamt Baden-Württemberg, Kommissionsverlag K. Theiss Verlag; 1994. p. 263-8.
Choyke AM, Bartosiewicz L. Angling with bone. In: Neer W, editor. Fish exploitation in the past. Tervuren: Musee Royal de l'Afrique Centrale; 1994. p. 177-82. (Annalen, Zoologische Wetenschappen; no 274).

Animal exploitation and its relationships to bone deposition at Lovasberény – Mihályvár

Analyse archéozoologique des restes osseux de ce site du Bronze moyen type Vatya de Hongrie : évaluation des espèces, sériation numérique, répartition spatiale, interprétation archéologique.

Choyke AM, Bartosiewicz L. Comments on cattle astragali from Pit 55 at Lovasberény – Mihályvár. Mitt. Arch. Inst. UAdW.Mitteilungen des Archäologischen Instituts der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. 1982;(10-11):253-240.