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Title: The micro-analysis of human burned bones: some remarks
Authors: Gonçalves, David 
Keywords: Burned Bones; Bioanthropology
Issue Date: 2012
Serial title, monograph or event: Cadernos do GEEvH
Volume: 1
Issue: 1
Abstract: The interdisciplinary research of burned bones is focused in this paper by presenting and discussing some methods that can assist the bioanthropologist in the analysis of this kind of remains. In particular, some techniques based on the histological structure of bone and on its molecular composition allow new ways of identifying burned human bone and of determining some aspects of the biological and ontological profile of an individual. A brief summary of those techniques is thus here presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/21101
ISSN: 2182-6153
Rights: openAccess
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