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Human bones form the most direct link to understanding how people lived in the past, who they were and where they came from. The interpretative value of human skeletal remains (within their burial context) in terms of past social identity and organisation is awesome, but was, for many years, underexploited by archaeologists. The nineteen papers in this edited volume are, an attempt to redress this by marrying the cultural aspects of burial with the anthropology of the deceased.
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xiv + 312pp incl numerous figs and tables, laminated board, A4About the Author:
edited by Rebecca Gowland and Christopher Knusel
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Book Description Oxbow, Oxford, 2006. Condition: NF. Light shelf. Seller Inventory # 1097110
Book Description Oxbow. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. xiv + 312pp incl numerous figs and tables, laminated board, A4 shelf wear. Seller Inventory # 62674