osteoarchaeology


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osteoarchaeology

(ˌɒstɪəʊˌɑːkɪˈɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Archaeology) the branch of archaeology that deals with the study of bones found at archaeological sites
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This article aims to review how the term "famine" has been used in bioarchaeological publications over the past two decades (1996-2016) from three major journals: American Journal of Physical Anthropology, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, and Journal of Archaeological Science.
Priestley College, Warrington - Sat, 2 Sep Osteoarchaeology Workshop An introduction to osteoarchaeology.
1994): "New evidence of prehistoric arrow wounds in the Iberian Peninsula", International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 4, pp.
Despite leaving uni with a degree in Ancient History and Archaeology and a masters in Osteoarchaeology, Megan says she ended up in a job working "in a fairly miserable cafe and was pretty much losing the will to live".
Health in late medieval Ireland: the osteoarchaeology from Ballinderry, Co.
The findings have been published in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology.
6) A number of codes of ethics and best practice in relation to the treatment of human remains have now been adopted at both the international and national level, including the Vermillion Accord of the World Archaeological Congress (7) which was followed by the First Code of Ethics (8) and the Tamaki Makaurau Accord on the Display of Human Remains and Sacred Objects; (9) the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO) Code of Ethics for Archaeological Human Remains; (10) the Church of England and English Heritage (CoE/EH) Guidance for the Best Treatment of Human Remains in Christian Burial Grounds) (11) and the DCMS Guidance for the Care of Human Remains in Museums.
2009 "Photosynthetic pathways, spatial distribution, isotopic ecology, and implications for pre-hispanic human diets in Central-Western Argentina", International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, v.
Teaching fellow in the Department of Archaeology, Dr Anwen Caffell, worked with Malin Holst of York Osteoarchaeology Ltd to review some of the injuries, illnesses and ages of selected skeletons.
Lifestyle, Occupation, and Whole Bone Morphology of the Pre-H ispanic Maya Coastal Population from Xcambo, Yucatan, Mexico, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 17 (3), pp.
A British specialist in osteoarchaeology and palaeopathology, Roberts presents a guide to interpreting human remains for the benefit of students studying the archaeological evidence in classrooms, archaeologists actually working in the field, researchers, historians and other academic kindred, and lay readers.