Published: 2018-08-29

An Actualistic Taphonomic Study of Human Decomposition in Coffins

Clara Alfsdotter, Megan F. Veltri, Crystal L. Crabb, Daniel J. Wescott
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A qualitative actualistic human taphonomy study was conducted to analyze human decomposition and disarticulation in coffins. Two adult cadavers...

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Bone Remodeling Changes in an Individual with Tuberculosis-Induced, Left-Sided Femoroacetabular Joint Destruction, from Nineteenth-Century Milton, New Zealand

Anne Marie E. Snoddy, Justyna J. Miszkiewicz, Karen M. Cooke, Peter Petchey, Hallie R. Buckley

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Abstract

Bone is dynamic, undergoing metabolic changes in response to behavioral and pathological stimuli. This information can be reconstructed in...

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Pott’s Disease in a Liao Dynasty (Tenth to Twelfth Century A.D.) Adult from Mongolia

Melandri Vlok, Erdene Myagmar, Batsuren Byambadorj, Hallie Ruth Buckley
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We describe a case of Pott’s disease from the Liao Dynasty of the Khitan Empire (947–1125 A.D.) in Mongolia. A young adult male (AT-840) from...

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