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Thirteen burials located on Jackson Street in Youngstown, NY, USA were recovered from a construction site and excavated in 1997. Based on the artifact assemblage, it was suggested that the cemetery was used sometime between the late 1700s and 1840. No historical records existed, and initial...
The two archaeofaunal assemblages from Haithabu (Viking period) and Schleswig (early Middle Age) belong to the largest such bone complexes ever recovered in Northern Europe. More than 800,000 animal bones were recovered from both sites in the course of the last three decades and investigated by...
An assemblage of approximately 500 colouring materials and objects related to their use, found in different contexts and forms at Akrotiri, Thera, was recently investigated. The items date to the Early, Middle and Late Cycladic Bronze Age (c. 3000–1600 bc) and include materials or pigments found...
Carbon stable isotope ratios (δ13C), measured in human bone collagen (δ13Ccollagen) and bioapatite (δ13Cbioapatite), are commonly used indicators in ancient human diet reconstruction. The underlying assumption is that human tissues broadly reflect the δ13C signal of dietary food sources...
This paper introduces a new methodological approach to the quantification of cross-sectional geometric properties based on 3D laser scan data. A variety of methods have been used to calculate estimates of rigidity in the diaphyses of long bones. CT scan, biplanar radiograph, and periosteal mould...
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