Egyptian Bioarchaeology : Humans, Animals, and the Environment.

Although the bioarchaeology (study of biological remains in an archaeological context) of Egypt has been documented in a desultory way for many decades, it is only recently that it has become an inherent part of excavations in Egypt. This volume consists of a series of essays that explore how ancien...

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Author / Creator: Ikram, Salima.
Other Authors / Creators:Kaiser, Jessica.
Walker, Roxie.
Format: eBook Electronic
Edition:1st ed.
Imprint: Leiden : Sidestone Press, 2015.
Local Note:Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2022. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Abstracts
  • Preface
  • Burials under the Temple of Millions of Years of Amenhotep II - 19Luxor, West Thebes
  • Bioarchaeology, TT 65 Project, Hungarian Mission in Thebes
  • The Bioarchaeology of Akhetaten: Unexpected Results from a Capital City
  • Birth in Ancient Egypt: Timing, Trauma, and Triumph? Evidence from the Dakhleh Oasis
  • Studying Egyptian Mummies in the Field
  • A Case of Metastatic Carcinoma in an Old Kingdom-Period Skeleton from Saqqara
  • Study of Growth Arrest Lines upon Human Remains from Kharga Oasis
  • From Egypt to Lithuania: Marija Rudzinskaitė-Arcimavičienė's Mummy and its Radiological Investigation
  • Canopic Jars: A New Source for Old Questions
  • A Decade of Advances in the Paleopathology of the Ancient Egyptians
  • Resolving a Mummy Mismatch
  • The People of Sayala During the Late Roman to Early Byzantine Period
  • Royal Musical Chairs: To Whom Does the New Pyramid in Saqqara Belong?
  • "Behind Every Mask there is a Face, and Behind that a Story." Egyptian Bioarchaeology and Ancient Identities
  • Dogs at El Deir
  • Feline Descendant of the Red or the Black Land: A Multidisciplinary Investigation of an unusually largeAncient Egyptian Cat MummyCarolin Johansson, Geoffrey
  • The Potential of Dendrochronology in Egypt: Understanding Ancient Human/Environment Interactions
  • Bibliography.