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Session 3

Session 3 - Bioarchaeology II

 

Analysing the spatiality of death in Modern Portugal (15th-19th century).  
Cristina Barroso Cruz, Verónica Mateus Pereira.

 

Staging Death or Stages of Death. Population and Ritual in Scandinavian Iron Age Society.
Sidsel Wåhlin

 

Rebuilding a banishment from the bones: the case of the historical cemetery of the San José de la Mocha Mission, Chile (17th-19th century).
Pedro Andrade, Joaquín Dalenz, Alexia López, Katherine Fonseca, Alexandra Pacheco, Sebastián Santana, Marlene Martínez, Lía Leyton and Valentina Hunter.

 

Age-identification of cremations via microstructural analysis of burned human bones.
Otto L., Braun C, Graw M, Grupe G.

 

From the Empire to the Early Middle Age: an isotope survey of the Roman population.
Sara Varano, Flavio De Angelis, Giordana Amicucci, Andrea Battistini, Carla Caldarini, Stefania Di Giannantonio, Romina Mosticone, Walter Pantano, Federica Zavaroni, Paola Catalano, Valentina Gazzaniga, Cristina Martínez-Labarga and Olga Rickards.

 

Sea spray effect in d13C, d18O, and d34S illustrated by Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) clustering
Göhring, Andrea*; Mauder, Markus; Kröger, Peer; Grupe, Gisela.

*Student Award Winner 

Food for thought: isotopic mixing models applied to data from early Neolithic Turkey and Greece.
Sidney Sebald, Anastasia Papathanasiou, Michael P. Richards, Gisela Grupe.

 

The Ornamental Shell Collection and Possible Shell Tool in Üçağızlı Cave
Ayşen Açıkkol Yıldırım, Erksin Güleç, Turkey.