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Dr. C. (Chiara) Cavallo

Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Capaciteitsgroep Archeologie
Fotograaf: onbekend

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    1090 GE Amsterdam
  • Profiel

    Teaching and Research

    Dr. Chiara Cavallo is senior lecturer at the Amsterdams Archeologisch Centrum where she teaches various courses on issues and methodology of zooarcheaology, the study of animal remains found in archaeological excavations. She studied Archaeology at the University of Torino and specialized in zooarchaeology at the University of Amsterdam where she completed her PhD on the Late Neolithic subsistence strategies in northern Syria . She has done research of faunal material from various sites from Europe and the Near East , dating from the Mesolithic to the (post)medieval time. She is also involved in research programs relating the Romanization and the food provision to the roman army of the Northwestern area of the Netherlands and in studies of faunal remains from a number of Dutch sites. Her research interests and teaching lie in the relation between man and animals within an historical and ecological perspective.

    Selected publications

    Cavallo C. 2000. Animals in the Steppe - A zooarchaeological analysis of later Neolithic Tell Sabi Abyad, Syria . British Archaeological Reports, International Series S891.

    Cavallo C. 2000. The role of animals in a Neolithic agricultural system in the ancient Jezira in: R.M. Jas, ed., Rainfall and Agriculture in northern Mesopotamia: proceeding of the third MOS Symposium ( Leiden 1999). Nederlands Historisch-Archaeologisch Instituut , Instanbul, pp. 71-87.

    L.H. van Wijngaarden-Bakker, C. Cavallo , Th.van Kolfschoten, C.H Maliepaard, J.F.S Oversteegen, 2001. Zoogdieren, vogels, reptielen, in: L.P.Louwe Kooijmans, ed., Archeologie in de Betuweroute Hardinxveld-Giessendam Polderweg. Een Mesolitische jachtkamp in het rivierengebieden (5500-5000 v.Chr.). ROB Rapportage Archeologische Monumentzorg 83, Amersfoort.


    Cavallo C. and H.A. Hiddink, 2003. Het dierlijk botmateriaal, in: H.A. Hiddink, ed., Het grafritueel in de Late IJzertijd en Romeinse tijd in het Maas-Demer- Scheldegebied, in het bijzonder van twee grafvelden bij Weert , Amsterdam, pp. 167-180 .

    P. M.M.G. Akkermans, R. Cappers, C. Cavallo, O. Nieuwenhuyse, B. Nilhamn, and I. N. Otte, 2005, Investigating the early pottery Neolithic of northern Syria: new evidence from Tell Sabi Abyad, American Journal of Archaeology 110:123-156.  

    Cavallo C., L.I. Kooistra and M.K. Dütting, 2008, Food supply to the Roman army in the Rhine delta in the first century AD, in: S. Stallibrass and R.Thomas, eds., Feeding the RomanArmy, Oxbow Books, Oxford .

  • Publicaties


    • Horn, I. R., Shuman, A., Chan, I., Maliepaard, C. H., Kootker, L. M., Eurlings, M., Bakker, R., Gravendeel, B., & Cavallo, C. (2021). Lynx presence in Roman times in the lower germanic Limes region: The case of Alphen aan den Rijn. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36, Article 102835. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2021.102835 [details]



    • Cavallo, C. (2019). Animal husbandry along the lower Rhine in early medieval Frisia. The Merovingian levels from the area De Plantage in Leiderdorp (NL). In S. Desbrosse-Degobertière, & M-C. Truc (Eds.), Cherchez la petite bête: l'animal au haut Moyen Âge : actes des XXXVIIe journées internationales d'archéologie mérovingienne, Saint-Dizier (Haute-Marne) 5-8 octobre 2016 (pp. 181-196). (Mémoires de l'Association française d'archéologie mérovingienne; Vol. 34). Association française d'archéologie mérovingienne. [details]



    • Cavallo, C. (speaker) (12-4-2022). The Roman Lynx in the Netherlands, Archeon - Archaeological Park and Museum, Alphen aan den Rhijn.


    • Symonds, J. (organiser), Cavallo, C. (organiser), Bakker, J. (organiser), Çakirlar, C. (organiser) & Filioglou, D. (organiser) (12-12-2019). Historical Questions - Zooarchaeological Answers, Amsterdam. Historical questions - zooarchaeological answers is the second joint workshop co-organized by the University of Amsterdam and the University of (…) (organising a conference, workshop, ...). https://sites.google.com/view/histzooarch2019/home
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