Ward, Stacey M.; Halcrow, S.E.; Buckley, Hallie R.; Gray, A.; Higham, Charles; Domett, Kate; O'Reilly, Dougald; Shewan, Louise
The rise of social inequality is a key development in human history and is linked to deteriorating health. These associated health impacts are poorly understood for Iron Age (420 B.C.-A.D. 500) northeast Thailand. To clarify this issue we investigate whether social status differences influence non-specific stress at the site of Non Ban Jak (A.D. 300-800), which comprises two separate burial mounds. These mounds are thought to represent the neighborhoods of two distinct social groups at the...[Show more]
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