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Diet and society in Poland before the state: stable isotope evidence from a Wielbark population (2nd c. AD)

. The early Slavs: culture and society in early medieval Eastern Europe. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Berna F, Matthews A, Weiner S. 2004. Solubilities of bone mineral from archaeological sites: The recrystallization window. J Archaeol Sci 31:867-82. Bocherens H, Drucker D. 2003. Trophic Level Isotopic Enrichment of Carbon and Nitrogen in Bone Collagen: Case Studies from Recent and Ancient Terrestrial Ecosystems. Int J Osteoarchaeol 13:46-53. Bogaard A, Heaton THE, Poulton P, Merbach I. 2007. The impact of manuring

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When maize is not the first choice: advances in paleodietary studies in the Archaeological Site Río Doncellas (Jujuy, Argentina)

del río Doncellas. Dpto. Cochinoca, Jujuy. Reconstrucción de una cultura olvidada en la Puna Jujeña. Imprenta del Estado de la Pcia. de Jujuy. Bianchi AR, Yánez CE, Acuña LR. 2005. Base de datos mensuales de precipitaciones del Noroeste Argentino. Instituto Nacional de tecnología Agropecuaria. Proyecto Riesgo Agropecuario, Convenio Específico, (3), 41. Bocherens H, Drucker D. 2003. Trophic level isotopic enrichment of carbon and nitrogen in bone collagen: case studies from recent and ancient terrestrial ecosystems. Int J Osteoarchaeol

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Role of stable isotope analyses in reconstructing past life-histories and the provenancing human skeletal remains: a review

-shaft: modelled from anthropogenic radiocarbon tracer measurements. Am J Phys Anthropol 133:808–16. Hedges REM, Reynard LM. 2007. Nitrogen isotopes and the trophic level of humans in archaeology. J Archaeol Sci 34:1240–51. Hedges REM. 2002. Bone diagenesis: an overview of processes. Archaeometry 44:319–28. Henderson RC, Lee-Thorp J, Loe L. 2014. Early life histories of the London poor using δ 13 C and δ 15 N stable isotope incremental dentine sampling. Am J Phys Anthropol 154:585–93. Hinz EA., Kohn MJ. 2010. The effect of tissue structure and soil

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Chemical signals and reconstruction of life strategies from ancient human bones and teeth - problems and perspectives

analysis of experimental cooking residues , J. Archaeol. Sci. , 34 , 804-13 Hedges R. E. M., L. M. Reynard, 2007, Nitrogen isotopes and the trophic level of humans in archaeology , J. Archaeol. Sci. , 34 , 1240-51 Honch N. V., T. F. G. Higham, J. Chapman, B. Gaydarska, R. E. M. Hedges, 2006, A paleodietary investigation of carbon ( 13 C/ 12 C) and nitrogen ( 15 N/ 14 N) in human and faunal bones from the Cooper Age cemeteries of Varna I and Durankulak, Bulgaria , J. Archaeol. Sci. , 33 , 1493

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Strontium isotopes as an indicator of human migration – easy questions, difficult answers

Europe. J Archaeol Sci 31(4):365–75. Bentley RA., 2006. Strontium isotopes from the earth to the archaeological skeleton: a review. J Archaeol Method Th 13(3):135–87. Blum JD, Taliaferro EH, Weisse MT, Holmes RT. 2000. Changes in Sr/Ca, Ba/Ca and 87 Sr/ 86 Sr ratios between trophic levels in two forest ecosystems in the northeastern USA. Biogeochemistry 49(1):87–101. Brettell R, Montgomery J, Evans J. 2012. Brewing and stewing: the effect of culturally mediated behaviour on the oxygen isotope composition of ingested fluids and the implications for

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