Osteology (Other Keyword)

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1988 - Investigations of the Port Hudson Military and Civilian Cemeteries (16EF68) (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mary H. Manhein. Ann M. Whitmer.

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Additional Human Skeletal Remains From the Mancos Canyon, Southwestern Colorado (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul R. Nickens.

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Analysis of Human Osteological Remains From Multi-County Areas, South Dakota (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jerome C. Rose.

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Analysis of Human Osteological Remains, Multi-County Areas, North Dakota (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jerome C. Rose.

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Analysis of possible anatomical order in microexcavated Bronze Age funerary urn material from Hungary (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alana Acuff. Jaime Ullinger. László Paja.

On-going excavations conducted by the BAKOTA project at the Bronze Age cemetery of Békés 103 in Eastern Hungary have uncovered 69 human burials, the majority of which are cremated skeletal remains deposited in ceramic urns. Cremains are an often-overlooked archaeological resource as information regarding age at death, sex, and pathologies can be more difficult to assess after a body has been burned. While demographic information may be limited in this context, the stratigraphic distribution of...


Applications of Facial Sculpturing To the Biological Study of an Archaeological Population (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David M. Classman. Betty Pat Gatliff. Roberta McGregor.

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Archaeological and Osteological Analyses of Two Burials From Site 25Hn118: Chronological and Evolutionary Implications: Draft (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William L. Tibesar.

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Archaeological Date Recovery in the Richard B. Russell Multiple Resource Area - the Anderson County Group 38An8-38An29 & 38An126 / Interim Report (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Dean Wood.

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Archaeological Survey of Big Darby Reservoir Area, Appendix: Exploration of Edward Sidner Mound, a Preliminary Report (1963)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Raymond S. Baby. Martha A. Potter.

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An Attempt at Digitally Associating Skeletal Elements: A Study of Photogrammetry and Articular Surface Area (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jane Wiegand.

When excavating archaeological skeletal remains it is not uncommon to find them disarticulated and even commingled with other sets of remains. To study these remains it is paramount to first accurately and efficiently re-associate all skeletal elements. Re-association of skeletal remains is necessary before any other form of analysis (ancestry, sex, age, stature etc.) can be performed. While analog methods have been previously applied to standardize this task the advent of digital modelling...


A Bioarchaeological Analysis of Human Remains on the Summit of Tigre Pyramid, El Mirador, Guatemala (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jordan Krummel.

On the platform between the triadic group on the Tigre pyramid at the site of El Mirador, Guatemala, the Mirador Basin Project discovered human remains scattered over the upper platform of this pyramid associated with hundreds of projectile points, in both local chert and obsidian from Central Mexico. Additional artifacts included shell, bone, and large quantities of Early Classic ceramics. This presentation will focus on the osteological remains from this deposit. Skeletal analyses of the...


Biocultural Study of the Darby Drainage Adena (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert M. R. Waterworth.

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Biomechanical Analysis of Northern and Southern Plains Femora: Behavioral Implications (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Christopher Ruff.

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The bravery and beauty within: Skeletal analysis of the ancient Chachapoya people at Kuelap (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jennifer Marla Toyne. J. Marla Toyne. L. Alfredo Narvaez.

In early 17th century historical descriptions, Garcilaso de la Vega describes the Chachapoya people of Peru as "very brave", "the men well-formed and the women extremely beautiful". While the archaeological remains cannot address the veracity of these statements, the analysis of the skeletal remains from important Chachapoya complexes, such as Kuelap, provide the only direct means of reconstructing a biological profile of these ancient people, including aspects of their physical morphology,...


Burial in Northeastern Butte County, South Dakota - 39Bu27 (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Shirley Floden.

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A Civil War Period Ossuary Pit, Point San Jose Hospital Site, San Francisco (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Peter Gavette. Leo Barker.

The United States Army reactivated Point San Jose, a military base established by Spanish in 1776, during the Civil War to protect the San Francisco Bay from Confederate threats. In 2010, the Nation Park Service undertook rehabilitation of several historic buildings dating back to the late nineteenth century. This paper examines a significant feature discovered during the refurbishment of the army hospital that was active from 1863 to 1903. Archaeological monitors discovered an ossuary pit...


Clothing, if not called for within 30 days will be disposed of: The Material Culture of Death Forgotten at the Milwaukee County Poor Farm Cemetery (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Patricia B. Richards. Catherine Jones. Eric Burant. Richard H. Kubicek.

Historical Archaeology has recognized the impact the advent of mass production and distribution of goods had on the material culture of the 19th and early 20th century.  This is true of the category of burial garments. The burial shroud is thought to have given way to grave clothes made by individuals and then replaced by a burial garment industry characterized by the patent of a burial garment in 1912 by G.C. Holcomb "to resemble tailor-made garments." A remarkable variety of clothing and...


Deviance in youth: Anomalous nitrogen and carbon isotopic values among individual subadults at Medieval Alytus, Lithuania (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Katherine Page. Tosha Dupras. Rimantas Jankauskas. Lana Williams. Courtney Eleazer.

Rapid turnover of bone collagen δ13C and δ15N values in subadults can reveal dietary and physiological changes experienced by illuminating chronic stress not apparent as skeletal, pathological lesions. To assess subadult morbidity and mortality in Medieval Alytus, Lithuania, an osteobiographical examination was undertaken of individuals who presented humeral isotopic values ± 2σ from sample and cohort means (-20.02 ± 0.43‰; 11.09 ± 1.21‰). Four infants (0.1-2.9 years) and four juveniles (5-11.9...


Early Burial From Gordon Creek, Colorado (1971)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David A. Breternitz. Alan C. Swedlund. Duane Anderson.

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Examination and Inventory of Human Skeleton Recovered From Federal Lands Near Chamberlain, South Dakota (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timothy R. Nowak.

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Excavation of Earth-Lodge Ruins in Eastern Nebraska (1909)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert F. Gilder.

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Excavations at St. Anne's Churchyard, 18AP43, Church Circle, Annapolis, Maryland (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul A. Shackel. Laura J. Galke. Stephen P. Austin.

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Fish, Amphibian and Reptile Remains from Archaeological Sites: Part I - Southeastern and Southwestern United States: Appendix: the Osteology of the Wild Turkey (1968)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stanley J. Olsen.

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Habitual Postures of the Medio Period Casas Grandes People: A Comparison of Visual Art Representations and Skeletal Data (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lauren Downs.

One of the most distinctive forms to come out of the Medio period (1200-1475AD) Casas Grandes ceramic tradition was human effigy vessels. These vessels exhibit primary and secondary sexual traits, and the males and the females are seated in different postures. The males are usually seated in a squatted position, whereas the females typically sit with their legs straight out. To see if these vessels reflected real-life habitual postures, Medio period skeletal remains from Paquimé were examined....


Hanna Site: An Alto Village in Red River Parish, Louisiana (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Prentice M. Thomas, Jr.. L. Janice Campbell. Steven R. Ahler.

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