Bones

How X-Rays Demystified a 2,500-Year-Old Battle Wound

San Pedro de Atacama (Chili): Mummies' Hair Shows Nicotine Habit

White man's skull has Australians scratching heads

Oakington (G-B): Anglo-Saxon Child Birth and Female Fertility

Paphos (Chypre): Ancient Toilet Reveals Parasites in Crusader Poop

Skeletons show rickets struck the Medici family

Ötzi the Iceman's: Protein Investigation Supports Brain Injury Theory

Krapina (Croatie):Bone tumor identified in 120000-year-old rib of Neandertal

San Pedro de Atacama (Chili): Nicotine mummies

The Rhind Mummy revealed in true 3D

Kellis (Egypte): Earliest Case of Child Abuse Discovered

Ancient Greek Warrior X-Rayed

- Infant tooth reveals Neanderthal breastfeeding habits

Wairau Bar (Nouvlle-Zélande): Light cast on lifestyle and diet of first New Zealanders

Tell el Amarna (Egypte): Learning About Life From Death in Akhenaten’s Egypt

El Sidrón (Espagne): Longstanding dental pathology in Neandertals with a probable familial basis

Justinian Plague Linked to the Black Death

Celestine V, Medieval Hermit Pope Not Murdered, as Believed

- Atacama Desert (Chili): Alien-Looking Skeleton Poses Medical Mystery

Jamestown (USA): Starving Settlers in Colony Resorted to Cannibalism

Jamestown (USA): Les premiers colons ont recouru au cannibalisme pour survivre

Harappa (Pakistan): Indus civilization wasn’t nearly as peaceful as popularly thought

- Did Richard III Get Painful Scoliosis Treatment?

- Iceman Otzi had bad teeth

- Forensics 'prove' Ramesses III did have his throat slashed

Radiological evaluation of the evisceration tradition in ancient Egyptian mummies

- 8 Mummy Finds Revealing Ancient Disease

- Amarna (Egypte): Cemetery Holds Proof of Hard Labor

- Preindustrial hunter gatherers had clogged arteries

Most Ancient Romans Ate Like Animals

Richard the Lionheart's mummified heart analysed

Lepenski Vir (Serbie): Ancient Foragers and Farmers Hit It Off

Ancient Teeth Bacteria Record Disease Evolution

Scandinavie: Violence Among Stone Age Women

Isotopic Data Show Farming Arrived in Europe with Migrants

Richard III's Face Revealed

- US museum unwrapping mummy's story with CT scan

Modern mummification sheds light on Ramses II

Sicilian Mummies Bring Centuries to Life

New imaging technique for identifying the age and sex of a corpse

La Fogonussa (Espagne): Toothy tumor found lodged in 1,600-year-old Roman corpse

Winchester (G-B) : A contextual study of the medieval hospital and cemetery of St Mary Magdalen

Particles of crystalline quartz wear away teeth

Man Bac(Viet Nam): The archaeology of health care

Fighting may have shaped evolution of human hand

Brain-Removal Tool Left in Mummy's Skull

King Ramesses III's throat was slit, analysis reveals

Upper Las Vegas Wash.(USA): First Evidence of Ice Age Wolves in Nevada

- Fecal samples from archeological sites reveal evolution of human gut microbes 

Berinsfield (G-B): Using Diet to find Social Structure in Anglo-Saxon England

The relationship between diet and easy childbirth

- A Paleo-Forensic Study of an Assyrian Captive

Mercury poisoning ruled out as cause of Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe's death

Fidenae (Italie): a giant in third-century A.D. Rome

Egyptian mummy with mouthful of cavities discovered

- Identification of strains of TB in skeletons

The castrati: a physician’s perspective

Fracture Treatment in Iron Age and Roman Britain

- Kennewick Man bones not from Columbia Valley

- Lonche (Slovénie): Evidence of early human dentistry

- Vac (Hongrie): DNA of mummies may help combat tuberculosis

- Tutankhamun's death and the birth of monotheism

Decoding the Black Death

Violence Through Time in the Eastern Adriatic

Prehistoric ancestry of conjoined twins

Llullallaico (Pérou): Ancient mummy had lung infection

Dental detective: Decoding history using plaque

Sveti Ivan (Bulgarie): Bones may be of John the Baptist

Childbirth and C-Sections in Bioarchaeology

Trapped dental 'calculus' holds clues to ancient human diets and health

Olèrdola (Espagne): The first Prehistoric Iberian twins have been found

Antigua - “Reading the bones”

New study finds earliest evidence yet of differential access to land

Forensic sleuth probes fate of royal lovers and lion hearts

Determining sex from stable isotope analysis

Gormaz (Espagne): Two trepanned skulls from the Middles Ages

- Infants' Flexible Heads Stretch Back Millions of Years

Oslo (Norvège): Medieval Skeletal Trauma

Examine diets of ancient peoples by using dental calculus

- 'Iceman' mummy holds world's oldest blood cells

Schleswig (Allemagne): People, population and diseases in the Middle Ages

- Portugal : significant skull differences between closely linked groups

Archaeologists reconstruct diet of Nelson's Navy

Mary-Rose (G-B): Activity related changes in human skeletons.

Salford (G-B): The Worsley Man, Iron Age murder mystery

Hopewell population movements through Strontium isotope analysis

Could these be the faces of the USS Monitor?

Foot bones allow to determine sex of skeletal remains

- Mis Island (Soudan) :Making the bones speak

Estimating Age at Death from Dental Remains

- Great Cave of Niah, Sarawak  (Borneo) : How zooarchaeology can inform biodiversity conservation

- L'apparition des premières caries, il y a quelque 11 000 ans...

Titris Hoyuk (Turquie) : a potential massacre from the Early Bronze Age

Razboinichya cave (Russie) : Dog skull dates back 33,000 years

Egyptians gave ibis birds a packed lunch for the afterlife

Quelle science pour les restes humains ?

Nouvelle Zélande : Teeth could unlock toi moko secrets

Thèbes (Grèce) : Quelle maladie a ravagé la ville d’Œdipe ?

Scan unwraps mummy’s secrets

Danbury (USA) : The Unknown Benefits of Dental Plaque

Scientists crack medieval bone code and confirm the existence of brucellosis

Top 10 Hominid Discoveries of 2011

The Yeti: DNA tests will finally solve a truly bizarre mystery

Skeletons point to Columbus voyage for syphilis origins

Hallstatt (Autriche) : Human skull study causes evolutionary headache

St. Ivan Island (Bulgarie) : Relics of St John the Baptist Examined by Scanner

Angoulème (France) : Les aïeux de François Ier exhumés

- Ancon (Pérou) :Scientists glimpse inside a Peruvian mummy

Crooked Teeth? Blame Early Farmers

Harappa (Pakistan / Inde) : Bones kill myth of happy Harappa

Ice Mummy May Have Smashed Eye in Fall

Andahuaylillas (Pérou) : Is this an alien skull? Mystery of giant-headed mummy found

Oetzi probably died due to a fall

Sex of Egyptian child mummy remains a mystery

Oldest case of Prostate Cancer in Ancient Egypt

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