William Taylor

Dr. Taylor is an archaeozoologist at the University of Colorado, specializing in the study of horse and large animal domestication. Since 2011, he has conducted archaeological fieldwork in Mongolia and the Eurasian Steppe, with other research projects centered on ancient human-horse relations in China, Kyrgyzstan, Australia, and the Americas. Taylor is particularly interested in the application of emerging technologies, such as 3D scanning and biomolecular techniques, to archaeological questions.


Melting ice reveals new clues to the ancestors of an ancient Asian empire

ByWilliam Taylor