Diet (Other Keyword)

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13C Content of Human Collagen As a Measure of Prehistoric Diet in Woodland North America (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only N. J. van der Merwe. J. C. Vogel.

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1984 Archaeological Excavations at the Indian Village Associated With the Marquette Mission Site, St. Ignace, Michigan (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Susan M. Branstner. Beverley A. Smith. Nancy N. Cleland. Caven P. Clark.

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Adaption & Ethnozoological Classification: Theoretical Implications of Animal Resources and Diet of the Quaruna and Haumbisa. in Adaptive Responses of Native Amazonians (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Brent Berlin. Elois Ann Berlin.

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Adaptive Dietary Response to Long-Term Drought: Diachronic Stable Isotope Evidence from the Central Sierra Nevada, California (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bryna Hull. Jemer Eerkens. Reba Fuller.

This study examines human dietary responses to the Medieval Climatic Anomaly (MCA), an extended period of warmer and drier environmental conditions from AD 900-1300, in the Central Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. Stable isotope and radiocarbon analyses of human remains attributable to the Tuolumne Me-Wuk reveal individual-level dietary behaviors. Results show a region-specific "Central Sierran" pattern of resource use in the form of a distinctive isotopic signature relative to other areas...


ALIMENTACIÓN Y SOCIEDAD. PALEODIETA DE UNA POBLACIÓN MUISCA DE LA SABANA DE BOGOTÁ, EL CASO DE TIBANICA – SOACHA (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lucero Aristizabal Losada.

El presente estudio fue llevado a cabo combinando información arqueológica, bioantropológica y análisis químico de hueso, específicamente de isótopos estables en una muestra muisca del sur de la sabana de Bogotá. Como objetivo principal se buscó la reconstrucción de la dieta antigua de la sociedad muisca tardía asentada en Tibanica y su relación con aspectos sociales. Específicamente, la investigación estuvo orientada a comparar la relación isotópica de una muestra de 200 individuos con el fin...


Analysis of Prehistoric Coprolites from Utah (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gary F. Fry.

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Antelope Creek Phase Subsistence: the Bone Chemistry Evidence (1994)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Judith A. Habicht-Mauche. Alytia A. Levendosky. Margaret J. Schoeninger.

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Application of Stable Isotope Analysis to Questions of Status Formation and Dietary Disparities at Chalcatzingo, Morelos, Mexico (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Samantha A. Streuli. Margaret J. Schoeninger. Andrew D. Somerville.

The Formative period site of Chalcatzingo in Morelos, Mexico (1150-450 BCE) represents a socially complex society and contains the only Olmec-style monumental architecture in the region. Evidence for social stratification at Chalcatzingo includes differences in burial location and unequal distribution of rare artifacts. Significant debate surrounds the potential Olmec cultural influence on status formation and social stratification throughout Formative period Mesoamerica. Some scholars...


Application of Stable-Carbon Isotopic Ratios for the Diet Analysis of Wild Mammals (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hiroko Koike. Brian Chisholm.

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Approaches for Analysis of Chemical Tracers of the Human Diet System (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only P. Bumsted. T. Boutton. R. Barnes. K. Brendel. J. Lerman. G. Armelagos.

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Archaeological Evidence for Subsistence and Diet On Coastal Plantations (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Elizabeth J. Reitz. Ted A. Rathbun.

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Archaeological Survey of Kentucky, Univeristy of Kentucky Publications (1932)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. S. Webb. W. D. Funkhouser.

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Archeological Evidence of Snake Consumption Among the Aborigines of Florida (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only A. Fradkin.

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Architectural and Archeological Survey of Orange Grove, a Highland Estate in Westend Quarter, St. Croix, Virgin Islands (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William Chapman. Chad O. Braley.

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Assessing Dietary Variability at Gillman Mound, South Australia using Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Caitlin Smith.

The production, distribution, and consumption of food are central to the human experience. What we eat and how we prepare, consume, and share our victuals permeates every society, past and present. Therefore, it is crucial that our study of past human societies include attention to the role of foods and diet in our observations and interpretations of archaeological and biological data. Recent research in South Australia has highlighted the need for further exploration into the social structure...


Beginnings of Cultivation in the Midwest-Riverine Area of the United States (1972)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stuart Struever. Kent D. Vickery.

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Bioarchaeology, Barbados, Eastern Caribbean: Isotopic Analyses of Teeth and Bone from Human Remains (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Tiffany Hansen. Steve Hackenberger.

Bioarchaeological studies have grown in sophistication and are now helping test assumptions about island garden agriculture (palm, cassava and/or maize) and the relative contributions of marine proteins. Bone and teeth samples from five sites on Barbados were processed by Center for Applied Isotopic Studies, University of Georgia and data are reported for δ13Cco, δ13Cca, δ15Nco, and δ18Oap. Stable isotope ratios, adjusted ratios, and apatite-collagen spacing correspond with results from...


Blue Collar Detroit: a Late Victorian Baseline Study On the Near East Riverfront (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mark C. Branstner.

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Bone Chemistry and the Reconstruction of Diet: Strontium Discrimination in White-Tailed Deer (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only T. Douglas Price. Melissa Connor. John D. Parsen.

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A Burial in the Bay: Evidence for Environment and Diet 7500 Years Ago (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only R. Varney. Linda Scott Cummings. Peter Kovácik. Barbara Winsborough.

Microscopic and macroscopic evaluation of samples associated with a 7570 CAL BP burial recovered on the west side of San Francisco Bay provides multiple proxy records representing the environment at the time this person was interred and possibly foods consumed by this individual. The pollen and macrofloral records indicate evidence of coastal or littoral plants, one of which, soaproot, also contributed abundantly to the macrofloral record. A wide variety of trees grew in the bay area, as did...


Can epigenetic mechanisms illuminate dietary ancestry in populations? (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only M. J. Mosher.

Illuminating genetic and environmental factors underlying complex traits is a daunting task. Dietary nutrients provide continuous and evolving influence on gene expression, thus affecting individual growth and development and adaptive capacities over the life course. Metabolic traits represent the culmination of many gene-by-nutrient interactions. Genes set parameters for susceptibility to environmental factors, variation in both internal and external environmental dynamics mediating the...


Carbon Isotope Measurement Techniques for Bone Collagen: Notes For the Archaeologist (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only B. S. Chisolm. D. E. Nelson. K. A. Hobson. H. P. Schwarez. M. Knyf.

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Chemistry and Paleodietry Research: No More Easy Answers (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Andrew Sillen. Judith C. Sealy. Nikolaas J. van der Merwe.

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Climactic Influence On the Isotopic Composition of Bone Nitrogen (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Tim H. E. Heaton. John C. Vogel. Gertrud von la Chevallerie. Gill Collett.

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The complexities of Spanish Mission Diets: An analysis of Faunal Remains from Mission Santa Clara de Asís (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lindsay Kiel.

The neophyte housing complex of Mission Santa Clara de Asís, one of the five Spanish missions established in the San Francisco Bay region during the California Mission Period, was excavated between 2012 and 2014. Excavations unearthed numerous refuse pits that contained a variety of faunal remains. Feature 157 was made up of three distinct multi-use pit sub-features that contained the remains of a variety of fauna. The assemblage dates to approximately 1777-1837 and contains several thousand...