The archaeology of human remains.

SIM cards, Skeletons, and Celebrations: Our Transylvanian Day of Archaeology

To celebrate the 2014 Day of Archaeology, Transylvania Bioarchaeology (a non-profit community interest company), had quite a lively

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Behind the scenes at the Natural History Museum London

Hi! Something a bit different from me this year – in previous years it’s been all about me, me, me: my posts on dental anthropology being a Real Thing and dead people in augmented reality were focused on my research. But for a change, I’ve corralled my wonderful colleagues here at the Natural History Museum London

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“Mortui vivos docent”? A day in the life of an osteoarchaeologist

Are the dead really teaching the living, as this latin expression claims? And if so, what is it

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