Dr. Bea De Cupere
Assistant, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels
Address: Vautierstraat 29 B-1000 Brussels
Research themes: Bea De Cupere studies the faunal remains from archaeological excavations in the Near East, Europe and northern Africa. Her research focuses on animal husbandry and subsistence during the Roman-Byzantine period in Anatolia but she is also interested in earlier periods, especially the Neolithic, within the same region. She studied faunal remains from Sagalassos, Pessinus, Höyücek, Bademağacı, Hacılar (Turkey), Aqaba (Jordan), Tell Beydar, Tell Tweini, Apamea (Syria).
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