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

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Non-metric dental analysis of a Bronze Age population from the Armenian Plateau

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Preliminary Investigations of The Bioarchaeology of Medieval Giecz (XI-XII C.): Examples of Trauma and Stress

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Frequency of dental caries in children in the Early Iron Age and the Medieval populations from Ukraine

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Enamel hypoplasia in a Mesolithic (5900±100 BC) individual from Woźna Wieś (Poland): a case study

wealthy 17-18th century German community in Jelgava, Latvia. Int J Paleopathol 3:30-8. Pindborg JJ. 1992. Aetiology of developmental enamel defects not related to fluorosis. Int Dent J 32:123-34. Piontek J, Kozłowski T. 2002. Frequency of cribra orbitalia in the subadult Medieval population from Gruczno, Poland. Int J Osteoarchaeol 12:202-8 Piontek J. 1999. Body size and proportions in the Upper Paleolithic-Neolithic transition: evidence from Central Europe. In: D Jankowska, M Krenz-Niedbała, J Piontek and J Wierzbicki

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

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Body height and age at menarche of girls from eastern Poland in the period of political transformation

variation in menarche and blood lead concentration in school girls in the copper basin of southwestern Poland: 1995 and 2007. Am J Hum Biol 24(5):587-594. Talma H, Schönbeck Y, van Dommelen P, Bakker B, van Buuren S, Hirasing RA. 2013. Trends in menarcheal age between 1955 and 2009 in the Netherlands. PLoS One. 8(4):e60056. Törnquist-Plewa B, Stala K. 2011. Cultural transformations after communism. Central and eastern Europe in fokus. Lund: Nordic Academic Press. Toromanović A, Tahirović H, Bilinovac Ž, Budimić Z, Denjo E

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Growth and health status of children and adolescents in medieval Central Europe

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

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

archaeological skeletons: a case study from Neolithic Europe. J Archaeol Sci 31(4): 365–75. Bocherens H, Bonilla MDZ, Daujeard C, Fernandes P, Raynal JP, Moncel, MH. 2016. Direct isotopic evidence for subsistence variability in Middle Pleistocene Neanderthals (Payre, south-eastern France). Quat Sci Rev 154:226–36. Bocherens H, Fizet M, Mariotti A. 1994. Diet, physiology, and ecology of fossil mammals as inferred from stable carbon and nitrogen isotope biogeochemistry: implications for Pleistocene bears. Palaeogeo Palaeoclimatolo Palaeoecol 107

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