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A Dental Metric Study of Medieval, Post Medieval, and Modern Basque Populations from Vitoria, Pais Vasco, Spain
The linguistic, cultural and biological uniqueness of the Basque population has long interested anthropologists. While craniometrics and genetic markers have been used to address Basque origins and affinities, few studies ...
Population Variation in Dental Development and Its Effect on Forensic Age Estimation
Dental development is considered the most accurate method of age estimation in subadults, as this process is less subject to external and internal influences than skeletal development. However, dental development can be ...
An Analysis of Maya Foodways: Stable Isotopes and Oral Indicators of Diet in West Central Belize
Data on stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes and oral indicators of diet from the sites of Tipu and Baking Pot in western Belize offer insights into the transition of Maya life after Spanish contact. Tipu is a borderland ...
From Limb to Limb: An Analysis of Postcranial Measurements in Prehistoric and Protohistoric Inuit Populations from Golovnin Bay and Nunivak Island, Alaska
Postcranial analyses provide a great deal of information about earlier populations regarding their origins and responses to various environmental stressors. Prehistoric and protohistoric postcranial remains from Golovnin ...
Dental Health of the Santa Maria Cathedral Burial Population (12th-19th Century), Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Despite increasingly advanced dental care, the dental health of the residents of Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain declined from the medieval (<1500 CE) to post-medieval (>1500 CE) period. Frequencies of caries, abscesses and antemortem ...
The Late Neolithic Portuguese Diet: an Assessment Through Stable Isotope Analysis of Dental Calculus
The research presented involves stable isotope analysis of human dental calculus from Neolithic and Bronze Age remains from Portugal. For this thesis 80 dental calculus samples from Neolithic period remains and two calculus ...