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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Findings 1 &nbsp;Provenience. From a much larger series, a total of 263 pieces of bone were selected&nbsp;for in-depth study (Table A1.1, site 3). These fragments make up 3.0% of our grand total&nbsp;from all sites. Assuming that the stratigraphic level designations for different excavation&nbsp;years each belong to the same stratum, then our sample breaks down to being 0.8% Level&nbsp;4, 44.5% Level 5, 9.9% Level 6, and 44.9% Level 7.\n \n2 &nbsp;Species. Working with small fragments of bone, species identification was as difficult as we have found in most other Siberian sites studied to date. Only one fragment out&nbsp;of 263 could be identified (reindeer), whereas nearly 90% were unidentifiable (Table&nbsp;A1.2, site 3). We might have done a little better had co-author Ovodov been with us.&nbsp;However, even with his many years of experience, Ovodov usually has strong reservations about making identifications when few anatomical landmarks are present.&nbsp;Identifying species from bon') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Findings 1 &nbsp;Provenience. From a much larger series, a total of 263 pieces of bone were selected&nbsp;for in-depth study (Table A1.1, site 3). These fragments make up 3.0% of our grand total&nbsp;from all sites. Assuming that the stratigraphic level designations for different excavation&nbsp;years each belong to the same stratum, then our sample breaks down to being 0.8% Level&nbsp;4, 44.5% Level 5, 9.9% Level 6, and 44.9% Level 7.\n \n2 &nbsp;Species. Working with small fragments of bone, species identification was as difficult as we have found in most other Siberian sites studied to date. Only one fragment out&nbsp;of 263 could be identified (reindeer), whereas nearly 90% were unidentifiable (Table&nbsp;A1.2, site 3). We might have done a little better had co-author Ovodov been with us.&nbsp;However, even with his many years of experience, Ovodov usually has strong reservations about making identifications when few anatomical landmarks are present.&nbsp;Identifying species from bon') AND id != 89395 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-10-18 00:36:23' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5