Cribra orbitalia in an archaeological context: new insights from micro-CT analysis of the Christchurch Spitalfields collection
Palaeopathological analyses are key within bioarchaeological research because skeletal lesions on ancient human remains are a direct product of interactions between biological, social and environmental factors. Evaluating the proportional representation of disease and nutritional deficiencies from skeletal remains can therefore help to identify different pressures acting within and between populations. Cribra Orbitalia (CO), a porous appearance within the...[Show more]
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