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  6. The Cimetière des Chiens et Autres Animaux Domestiques is often claimed to be the first zoological necropolis in the modern world (the ancient Ashkelon dog cemetery, of course, predates it by thousands of years).It opened in at 4 pont de Clichy on Île des Ravageurs in Asnières-sur-Seine, Île-de-France.. This "Cemetery of Dogs and Other Domestic Animals" is an elaborate pet cemetery Country: France.
  7. Animal remains from twelve Iron Age (ca. BC–/AD) sites from Southern and Western Finland, showing a mixture of finds and features typical of both settlement sites and cemeteries, were investigated using a zooarchaeological, taphonomic and contextual approach. Rarefaction analysis of the species richness and anatomical distribution indicates that the samples included both general.