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Bioarchaeology: Interpreting Behavior from the Human Skeleton (Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology) Paperback – 6 May 1999
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'Bioarchaeology is a valuable addition to the Cambridge Studies in Biological Anthropology series. This book presents a refreshing and positive view of the value of skeletal and dental research. Bioarchaeology provides a comprehensive reference resource for biological anthropologists, archaeologists and a wide audience concerned with the biology and behaviour of our ancestors.' C. A. Marlow, Annals of Human Biology
'All those who study skeletal remains with the aim of reconstruction modes and conditions of living in historical human communities will gain a lot from this extremely useful and inspiring book …'. H. Schutkowski, Referate
Human bones and teeth provide a huge amount of information on the health and lifestyle of past populations. This book is the first comprehensive synthesis of this growing field of bioarchaeology and will be an indispensable resource for all those interested in biological and physical anthropology and archaeology.
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None of the foregoing should matter if what you are looking for is a reference to go to - like an encyclopedia - for direction. My issues were with the disconnect between what I wanted (an intelligent reading experience) and what I now think is the book's purpose.