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A group of contributors highlight advances made in paleopathology and demography through the analyses of historic cemeteries. These advancements include associations of documentary evidence with skeletal evaluations, insights into history gained through the use of skeletal analyses when no documentation exists and applications of new evaluative techniques. Provides a glimpse into the problems faced by researchers embarking on the excavation and/or analysis of historic human remains.
Anne L. Grauer received her Ph.D. in biological anthropology from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Her research interests include paleopathology (the study of ancient human disease) and paleodemography (the study of ancient human mortality, fertility, and migration patterns). In particular, Dr. Grauer's research interests focus on the lives of women and the impact that sex and gender have on morbidity and mortality.
Release date NZ
May 25th, 1995
Edited by Anne L. Grauer
Country of Publication
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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