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on 25 May 2013
This book is wonderful. A must for anyone studying archaeological osteology, archaeology, forensic archaeology, etc. it is written very well and is very readable, with plenty of image examples and descriptive diagrams. It is also not very heavy, being paperback and not too thick, good for carrying around.
Overall, excellent, essential reading for anyone studying the scientific side of archaeology.
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on 25 August 2015
A great book, nicely written and easy to read. This book covers all topics I needed for a module on my MSc course and was easy enough to read on the tube. I definitely recommend this to anyone studying archaeological skeletons. The background into pathological mechanisms and bone metabolism can seem daunting at first, but this book explains them clearly and explains why they are important to understand
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on 18 January 2015
A fabulous manual for palaeopathology, very informative with tables but perhaps lacking in pictures, perfect for students and professionals alike
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on 13 July 2014
as a student in forensic osteology this book has been more then helpfull. It is my go to for pathology!
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on 4 June 2009
This is a fantastically written, fully referenced book. Incorporated is a wealth of information and the most up to date thinking in the world of Palaeopathology.
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