Zakrzewski, Sonia R. and White, William (eds.)
Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology,
Oxford, UK, Archaeopress, 113pp.
(British Archaeological Reports International Series, 1712).
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Papers from the seventh annual conference of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology (BABAO), held at the Museum of London in 2005. Contents: 1) An overview of human osteology at the Museum of London (William White); 2) Cracking the Code: biography and (reconstructed) stratigraphy at St Pancras burial ground (Phillip Emery); 3) Recent investigations in the ‘Southern Cemetery’ of Roman Southwark (Melissa Melikian and Kathelen Sayer); 4) The funerary behaviour and the social value of children in a proto-industrial urban population during the 18th and 19th centuries (SM Bello and LT Humphrey); 5) The ‘French Disease’: Syphilis and the burial ground of St Pancras (Natasha Powers and Phillip Emery); 6) Industrial accident or deliberate amputation? Three case studies from a Victorian population in Wolverhampton, West Midlands (Paula Ponce, Iraia Arabaolaza and Anthea Boylston); 7) Unusual Neck Pathology in a Nevisian prehistoric individual (Sonia R Zakrzewski and Elaine L Morris); 8) The Search for Rosa Pike: Congenital Syphilis in 1880’s London (Roshni Patel and Piers D Mitchell); 9) Burial Rites, Death and Disease in the Late Gallinazo/Moche Period (Richard NR Mikulski); 10) Overweight and the Human Skeleton Philippa Patrick; 11) A New Method for Recording Tooth Wear (Anna Clement); 12) Intra-Community Variation in Uptake of a New Stable Crop in the Eastern Woodlands of North America (Fionnuala Rose); 13) The Stressful Revolution: A rise in fluctuating Asymmetry from Medieval England to Victorian England (Rebecca A Storm); 14) Radiography in Palaeopathology: Where next? (Jo Buckberry and Sonia O’Connor).
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