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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Manasij Pal Chowdhury; Kaustabh Datta Choudhury; Geneviève Pothier Bouchard; Julien Riel-Salvatore; Fabio Negrino; Stefano Benazzi; Ludovic Slimak; Brenna Frasier; Vicki Szabo; Ramona Harrison; ...
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    Abstract Faunal remains from archaeological sites allow for the identification of animal species that enables the better understanding of the relationships between humans and animals, not only from their morphological information, but also from the ancient biomolecules ...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Michele Corazza; Silvia Ferrara; Barbara Montecchi; Fabio Tamburini; Miguel Valério;
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    Abstract Minoan Linear A is still an undeciphered script mainly used for administrative purposes on Bronze Age Crete. One of its most enigmatic features is the precise mathematical values of its system of numerical fractions. The aim of this article is to address this i...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Elisabetta Cilli; Gaia Gabanini; Marta Maria Ciucani; Sara De Fanti; Patrizia Serventi; Alda Bazaj; Stefania Sarno; Gianmarco Ferri; Angelica Fregnani; Giuseppe Cornaglia; ...
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    Publisher: Elsevier BV

    Abstract Evidence of maternal care and childbirth events in the past are rare in the archaeological record and are difficult to recognize. To combat this, we analyzed thirteen double burials potentially related to childbirth death events, thereby containing an adult and...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Beatrice Demarchi; Rosa Boano; Arianna Ceron; Federica Dal Bello; Sergio E. Favero-Longo; Sarah Fiddyment; Elisa Fiore Marochetti; Gianluigi Mangiapane; Marco Mattonai; Cecilia Pennacini; ...
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    Abstract The scientific analysis of mummified individuals can reveal important details on the way people lived and died in the past. Palaeoproteomic approaches are theoretically suitable for obtaining information on the extent of tissue preservation, on the use of prote...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
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    Authors:
    Davide Delpiano; Andrea Zupancich; Marco Peresani;
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    Project: EC | HIDDEN FOODS (639286)

    Abstract The production of prepared backed artifacts during the Paleolithic is recognized as an important step in the design of stone tools for manual activities and the development of human tool ergonomics. Backed artifacts are generally identified as proxies of so-cal...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Natascia Rinaldo; Alba Pasini; Roberta Donati; Maria Giovanna Belcastro; Emanuela Gualdi-Russo;
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    Abstract Osteoporosis, a complex and heterogeneous disorder with a multi-factorial etiology, is characterized by abnormal bone loss leading to an increased risk of fractures. In recent years, the study of osteoporosis and bone mineral quality has received increasing int...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    Angela R. Perri; Robert C. Power; Ingelise Stuijts; Susann Heinrich; Sahra Talamo; Sheila Hamilton-Dyer; Charlotte A. Roberts;
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    Archaeoparasitology is increasingly being used as a tool in archaeological research to investigate relationships between past humans, environments, diets and disease. It can be particularly useful in contexts where parasite eggs preserve, but human and faunal remains do...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Lara Maritan; Paola Iacumin; Andrea Zerboni; Giampiero Venturelli; Gregorio Dal Sasso; Veerle Linseele; Sahra Talamo; Sandro Salvatori; Donatella Usai;
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    Publisher: Elsevier BV

    Abstract In prehistoric hunter-gatherer-fisher communities, demographic growth and a more sedentary life-style are usually associated with locally concentrated food resources. Technologies believed to have been employed for preserving excess food resources include, amon...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    Renee Friedman; Daniel Antoine; Sahra Talamo; Paula J. Reimer; John H. Taylor; Barbara Wills; Marcello A. Mannino;
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    Abstract The application of tattoos to the human body has enjoyed a long and diverse history in many ancient cultures. At present, the oldest surviving examples are the mainly geometric tattoos on the individual known as Otzi, dating to the late 4th millennium BCE, whos...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    Matteo Romandini; Gabriele Terlato; Nicola Nannini; Antonio Tagliacozzo; Stefano Benazzi; Marco Peresani;
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    Project: EC | SUCCESS (724046)

    Abstract Cave bear ( Ursus spelaeus ), brown bear ( Ursus arctos ), and Neanderthals were potential competitors for environmental resources (shelters and food) in Europe. In order to reinforce this view and contribute to the ongoing debate on late Neanderthal behavior, ...

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