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A world view of bioculturally modified teeth

Author: Scott E Burnett; Joel D Irish
Publisher: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2017.
Series: Bioarchaeological interpretations of the human past: local, regional, and global perspectives.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Scott E Burnett; Joel D Irish
ISBN: 9780813052977 0813052971
OCLC Number: 1105452974
Description: 1 online resource (1 recurso electrónico.).
Contents: Introduction / Scott E. Burnett and Joel D. Irish --
Africa: the first and the present --
Characterizing ablation in the later stone age Maghreb: chronology and significance / Isabelle De Groote and Louise T. Humphrey --
Knocking, filing, and chipping: dental modification in Sub-Saharan Africans / Joel D. Irish --
Identity marker or medicinal treatment? an exploration of the practice and purpose of dental ablation in ancient Nubia / Katelyn L. Bolhofner --
Dental modification in modern day Cape Town, South Africa: a link to the past / L.J. Friedling --
Europe and Northeast Asia: out and about --
Dental modifications of anterior teeth in the Danish Viking age / Verner Alexandersen and Niels Lynnerup --
The relationship between intentional dental ablation and hereditary agenesis in late neolithic-early bronze age China / Christine Lee --
Tooth ablation in early neolithic skeletons from Taiwan / Michael Pietrusewsky, Adam Lauer, Cheng-hwa Tsang, Kuang-ti Li, and Michele Toomay Douglas --
Biocultural perspectives of Jomon dental ablation: social complexity, identity, and visage / Amanda R. Harvey, G. Richard Scott, Evan Pellegrini, and Christy G. Turner II --
Stable isotope analysis of human skeletal remains to reveal relationships between diet and tooth ablation types during the Jomon Period in Japan / Soichiro Kusaka --
Southeast Asia, Australia, and Oceania: different lands and possibilities --
The biocultural context of dental modification in prehistoric southeast Asia / Jennifer Newton and Kate Domett --
Teeth filing in Surabayan Javanese and Balinese: a change in tradition / Myrtati D. Artaria --
Intentional dental modification and oral-dental health in Western Micronesia / Rona Ikehara-Quebral, E. Melanie Ryan, Nicolette Parr, Cherie Walth, Jolie Liston, Michael Pietrusewsky, and Michele Toomay Douglas --
Tooth ablation along the Murray River, Southeastern Australia / Colin Pardoe and Arthur C. Durband --
The Americas: a new world of modification --
Modified teeth: cultural diversity and community building at Cahokia (AD 900-1400) / Kristin M. Hedman, Julie A. Bukowski, Dawn E. Cobb, and Andrew R. Thompson --
Intentional or not? Characterization and reassessment of proposed intentional dental modification cases in the Southwest U.S. / Scott E. Burnett --
Permanent dental modifications among the ancient Maya: procedures, health risks, and social identities / Vera Tiesler, Andrea Cucina, and Marco Ram¡rez-Salomcentn --
Intra- and-inter regional variation of dental modification and social complexity: a test case from the Lower R¡o Verde, Oaxaca / Arion T. Mayes, Sarah B. Barber, and Arthur A. Joyce --
Dental modification and the expansion and manipulation of Mesoamerican identity into northwest mexico / James T. Watson and Cristina Garc¡a M --
Conclusion --
Out of regard to custom: tooth modification in the ancient and modern worlds / George R. Milner.
Series Title: Bioarchaeological interpretations of the human past: local, regional, and global perspectives.
Responsibility: Scott E. Burnett and Joel D. Irish.


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