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Bioarchaeology and behavior : the people of the ancient Near East

Author: Megan A Perry; Clark Spencer Larsen
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, ©2012
Series: Bioarchaeological interpretations of the human past.
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An archaeological exploration of the ancient inhabitants of the circum-Mediterranean region exploring their migration patterns, health, and diet.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2012018875
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Megan A Perry; Clark Spencer Larsen
ISBN: 0813042534 9780813042534
OCLC Number: 817560236
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 211 p.) ill., maps.
Contents: 1. On the tail end of variation in late Neolithic burial practices: Halaf feasting and cannibalism at Domuztepe, Southeastern Anatolia / Suellen C. Gauld, James S. Oliver, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, Elizabeth Carter --
2. An exploration of infant burial practices at the site of Kish, Iraq / Christina Torres-Rouff and William J. Pestle --
3. The burial customs of early Christian Cyprus: a bioarchaeological approach / Sherry C. Fox, Ioanna Moutafi, Eleni Anna Prevedorou, and Despo Pilides --
4. A bioarchaeological perspective on the burials and basilicas of medieval Polis, Cyprus / Brenda J. Baker and Amy papalexandrou --
5. Condemned to metallum? Illuminating life at the Byzantine mining camp at Phaeno in Jordan --
Megan A. Perry, Drew S. Coleman, David L. Dettman, and Abdel Halim al-Shiyab --
6. Food for thought: isotopic evidence for dietary and weaning practices in a Byzantine urban monastery in Jerusalem / Lesley A. Gregoricka and Susan Guise Sheridan --
7. Buccal dental microwear as an indicator of dietary habits of the Natufian people of el-Wad and el-Kebarah / Mohammad Alrousan and Alejandro P¿rez-P¿rez --
8. Daily activity and lower limb modification at Bab Edh-Dhra{ha}, Jordan, in the early Bronze Age --
Jaime M. Ullinger, Susan G. Sheridan, and Donald J. Ortner.
Series Title: Bioarchaeological interpretations of the human past.
Responsibility: edited by Megan A. Perry ; foreword by Clark Spencer Larsen.

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