Skeletal Health in Medieval Societies: Insights from Ancient Bone Collagen Stable Isotopes and Dental Histology
Traditionally, the study of human skeletal remains from ancient backgrounds (bio-archaeology) has examined skeletal size and shape in relation to written historical records or made interpretations based upon the archaeological record in order to contextualise the biology of once-living people. The unique and irreplaceable value of ancient skeletal remains means that more invasive or destructive methods of analysis are undertaken less often. However, recent advancements in micro-scopic,...[Show more]
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