The Human Osteology of Tell El Hibeh: Preliminary Observationis
Author(s): Robert Yohe
, considerable data regarding the human remains, both from human skeletal remains and mummies has been garnered from controlled excavation of Byzantine (Coptic) burials and surface collections of disturbed graves dating to as early as the Third Intermediate Period. This paper summarizes those data and compare with similar osteometric information from other areas of Middle Egypt.
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- The Practices of Death: The Archaeology of Mortuary Ritual in Ancient Egypt and Sudan
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The Human Osteology of Tell El Hibeh: Preliminary Observationis. Robert Yohe. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 395720)
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