A Comparison in Osteological Measurements of Two Populations from East Tennessee by Corrine Vitek Departmental Honors Thesis The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Department of Anthropology Project Director: Thomas Bodkin Examination Date: March 28, 2005 Thomas Bodkin Dr. Nicholas Honerkamp ...
AN OSTEOLOGICAL AND MORTUARY ANALYSIS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM OF CALIFORNIA CEMETERY, 1851-1854 _____ A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of
Some Examples of Short Definitions Mortuary practices MNI Premortem or Antemortem Postmortem Perimoretm Weathering Burned bone Animal modification of bone Index aDNA Bioarchaeology Dietary reconstruction Osteological paradox Indicators of stress mesenchyme collagen cartilage hyaline cartilage elastic cartilage fibro ...
The Osteology of Social Complexity Searching for Osteological Indicators of Social Status Independent of Archaeological Context By Dan Wyman ANT 570 -Principles of Physical Anthropology Dr J. Bindon November 9, 2004 17 Pages of Text 2 Pages of References Cited 2 Pages of Figures
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology Int . J . Osteoarchaeol . 10 : 177-188 (2000) Foot Amputation by the Mocheof Ancient Peru: Osteological Evidence and Archaeological Context JOHNW.
V. DETAILED BURIAL DESCRIPTIONS This chapter provides osteological and archaeological data for each burial recovered from the Pepper Hill I cemetery.
to the Osteological Paradox Lori E. Wright 1;2 and Cassady J. Yoder 1 The publication of The Osteological Paradox (Wood et al., 1992, Current An
1. Introduction This report contains the results of the osteological analysis of human remains thought to have been recovered from a 19th century excavation at a 14th Century Capuchin monastery situated outside of Antwerp, Begium (Site code: [? gr 120 KR]).
From the Department of Plastic and Reconstruction Surgery, Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taipei; Chang Gung University, Taoyuan; Chang Gung Institute of Technology, Taoyuan.
Photographic documentation is essential because the remains will be reburied, and photographs will provide the only visual evidence for future researchers. Osteological Technicians and OTAs contributed to photography as their experience increased over the life of the