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Heads over Tails? An Exploration of Anatomical Arrangement within Cremation Urns from Bronze Age Hungary.
Although cremation is a well-known and common method of mortuary treatment in prehistory, there is a relative lack of archaeological literature...
Modeling Health during Societal Collapse
Can Recent History Help Our Understanding of Post-Roman Gaul?
Societal collapse results in structural breakdowns and instability, which can affect life expectancy and population health. Previous...
Isotopic Evidence of Weaning Behaviors from Farming Communities of the Peruvian North- Central Coast
Insights into the Demography of the Transition from the Middle to the Late Formative Periods (500–400 B.C.)
Previous studies on settlement patterns have suggested that the prehistoric farmers who inhabited the Peruvian north-central coast during the...
Humans have interacted with the remains of our dead for aesthetic and ritual purposes for millennia, and we have utilized them for medical,...
Heresenes's Short Life under a "Starry Night"
Possible Disseminated Cysticercosis in an Egyptian Mummy
Heresenes is a mummified 25th Dynasty (ca. 746–653 B.C.) Egyptian woman from Luxor, Egypt. Nondestructive evaluation through computerized...