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horse supply
BENDREY Robin - archéozoologue
UMR 7209 du CNRS « Archéozoologie, archéobotanique : sociétés, pratiques et environnements »
Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Département Écologie et Gestion de la Biodiversité,
USM 303, Case postale 56, 55 rue Buffon, F-75231 Paris cedex 05, FRANCE
[email protected]
Thèmes de recherche :
archéozoologie ; utilisation des animaux pendant la préhistoire ; amélioration des méthodes de
l’archéozoologie ; archéologie du cheval en Eurasie préhistorique ; paléopathologie
Cursus et diplômes :
PhD, University of Southampton, Royaume-Uni, 2007
BA (Hons) Archaeology, Newcastle University, Royaume-Uni, 1996
Emploi et expérience professionnelle :
2010Chercheur post-doctoral ANR, UMR 7209, Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris
2008-2009
Chercheur post-doctoral CNRS, UMR 7209, Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris
2003-2007
Associate Lecturer, Dept of Archaeology, University of Winchester
2002-2005
PhD Research Studentship, financé par University of Winchester
1996-2007
Archéozoologue indépendant
1996
Environmental Processor MoLAS (Museum of London Archaeology Service)
Fonctions honoraire / du comité :
2008Membre du Comité, Animal Palaeopathology Working Group (APWG) of the International
Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ)
2007Honorary University Fellow, University of Exeter, Royaume-Uni
2007Honorary Research Fellow, University of Winchester, Royaume-Uni
1998-2001
Trésorier, Osteoarchaeological Research Group
Sélection de publications récentes :
Bendrey R, Cassidy J P, Bokovenko N, Lepetz S et Zaitseva G I sous presse, A possible case of ‘poll-evil’ in
an early Scythian horse skull from Arzhan 1, Tuva Republic, Central Asia. International Journal of
Osteoarchaeology.
Bendrey R sous presse, Horse. In, O’Connor T et Sykes N (eds.), Extinctions and Invasions: A Social History
of British Fauna. Windgather Press.
Outram A, Stear N, Bendrey R, Olsen S, Kasparov A, Zaibert V, Thorpe N et Evershed R 2009, The Earliest
Horse Harnessing and Milking. Science 323, 1332-1335.
Bendrey R, Hayes T E et Palmer M R 2009, Patterns of Iron Age horse supply: an analysis of strontium
isotope ratios in teeth. Archaeometry 51, 140-150.
Bendrey R, Taylor G M, Bouwman A S et Cassidy J P 2008, Suspected bacterial disease in two archaeological
horse skeletons from southern England: palaeopathological and biomolecular studies. Journal of
Archaeological Science 35, 1581-1590.
Bendrey R 2008, An analysis of factors affecting the development of an equid cranial enthesopathy.
Veterinarija ir Zootechnika 41, 25-31.
Bendrey R 2007, New methods for the identification of evidence for bitting on horse remains from
archaeological sites. Journal of Archaeological Science 34, 1036-1050.
Bendrey R 2007, Work- and age-related changes in an Iron Age horse skeleton from Danebury hillfort,
Hampshire. Archaeofauna 16, 73-84.
Bendrey R 2007, Ossification of the interosseous ligaments between the metapodials in horses: a new
recording methodology and preliminary study. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 17, 207-213.