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by Frantz, Laurent A F and Haile, James and Lin, Auey T and Scheu, Amelie and Geörg, Christina and Benecke, Norbert and Alexander, Michelle and Linderholm, Anna and Mullin, Victoria E and Daly, Kevin G and Battista, Vincent M and Price, Max and Gron, Kurt J and Alexani, Panoraia and Arbogast, Rose-Marie and Arbuckle, Benjamin and Bӑlӑşescu, Aian and Barnett, Ross and Bartosiewicz, László and Baryshnikov, Gennady and Bonsall, Clive and Borić, Dušan and Boroneanţ, Adina and Bulatović, Jelena and Çakirlar, Canan and Carretero, José-Miguel and Chapman, John and Church, Mike and Crooijmans, Richard and De Cupere, Bea and Detry, Cleia and Dimitrijevic, Vesna and Dumitraşcu, Valentin and du Plessis, Louis and Edwards, Ceiridwen J and Erek, Cevdet Merih and Erim-Özdoğan, Aslı and Ervynck, Anton and Fulgione, Domenico and Gligor, Mihai and Götherström, Anders and Gourichon, Lionel and Groenen, Martien A M and Helmer, Daniel and Hongo, Hitomi and Horwitz, Liora K and Irving-Pease, Evan K and Lebrasseur, Ophélie and Lesur, Joséphine and Malone, Caroline and Manaseryan, Ninna and Marciniak, Arkadiusz and Martlew, Holley and Mashkour, Marjan and Matthews, Roger and Matuzeviciute, Giee Motuzaite and Maziar, Sepideh and Meijaard, Erik and McGovern, Tom and Megens, Henik-Jan and Miller, Rebecca and Mohaseb, Azadeh Fatemeh and Orschiedt, Jörg and Orton, David and Papathanasiou, Anastasia and Pearson, Mike Parker and Pinhasi, Ron and Radmanović, Darko and Ricaut, François-Xavier and Richards, Mike and Sabin, Richard and Sarti, Lucia and Schier, Wolfram and Sheikhi, Shiva and Stephan, Elisabeth and Stewart, John R and Stoddart, Simon and Tagliacozzo, Antonio and Tasić, Nenad and Trantalidou, Katerina and Tresset, Anne and Valdiosera, Cristina and van den Hurk, Youri and Van Poucke, Sophie and Vigne, Jean-Denis and Yanevich, Alexander and Zeeb-Lanz, Anea and Triantafyllidis, Alexanos and Gilbert, M Thomas P and Schibler, Jörg and Rowley-Conwy, Peter and Zeder, Melinda and Peters, Joris and Cucchi, Thomas and Bradley, Daniel G and Dobney, Keith and Burger, Joachim and Evin, Allowen and Girdland-Flink, Linus and Larson, Greger and Stockholms universitet and Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur and Humanistiska fakulteten
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 08/2019, Volume 116, Issue 35, pp. 17231 - 17238
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, ISSN 0962-8436, 09/2018, Volume 373, Issue 1754, pp. 20170264 - 20170264
Burials of the Late Palaeolithic (14 000-11 600 cal years before present, henceforth BP) are a rare phenomenon in Europe. Several sites possess burials of... 
Burial | Late Upper Palaeolithic | Mesolithic | Europe | burial | BIOLOGY | REMAINS | SKELETON | Caves | Continuity | Holocene | Human remains | 1001
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by Frantz, Laurent and Haile, James and Lin, Audrey and Scheu, Amelie and Geörg, Christina and Benecke, Norbert and Alexander, Michelle and Linderholm, Anna and Mullin, Victoria and Daly, Kevin P and Battista, Vincent and Price, Max and Gron, Kurt and Alexandri, Panoraia and Arbogast, Rose-Marie and Arbuckle, Benjamin and Bӑlӑşescu, Adrian and Barnett, Ross and Bartosiewicz, László and Baryshnikov, Gennady and Bonsall, Clive and Borić, Dušan and Boroneanţ, Adina and Bulatović, Jelena and Çakirlar, Canan and Carretero, José-Miguel and Chapman, John M and Church, Mike and Crooijmans, Richard and De Cupere, Bea and Detry, Cleia and Dimitrijevic, Vesna and Dumitraşcu, Valentin and Du Plessis, Louis and Edwards, Ceiridwen and Erek, Cevdet Merih and Erim-Özdoğan, Aslı and Ervynck, Anton and Fulgione, Domenico and Gligor, Mihai and Götherström, Anders and Gourichon, Lionel and Groenen, Martien A.M and Helmer, Daniel and Hongo, Hitomi and Horwitz, Liora and Irving-Pease, Evan and Lebrasseur, Ophélie and Lesur, Joséphine and Malone, Caroline and Manaseryan, Ninna and Marciniak, Arkadiusz and Martlew, Holley and Mashkour, Marjan and Matthews, Roger and Matuzeviciute, Giedre Motuzaite and Maziar, Sepideh and Meijaard, Erik and Mcgovern, Tom and Megens, Hendrik-Jan and Miller, Rebecca M and Mohaseb, Azadeh Fatemeh and Orschiedt, Jörg and Orton, David and Papathanasiou, Anastasia and Pearson, Mike and Pinhasi, Ron and Radmanović, Darko and Ricaut, François-Xavier and Richards, Mike and Sabin, Richard and Sarti, Lucia and Schier, Wolfram and Sheikhi, Shiva and Stephan, Elisabeth and Stewart, John and Stoddart, Simon and Tagliacozzo, Antonio and Tasić, Nenad and Trantalidou, Katerina and Tresset, Anne and Valdiosera, Cristina and Van Den Hurk, Youri and Van Poucke, Sophie and Vigne, Jean-Denis and Yanevich, Alexander and Zeeb-Lanz, Andrea and Triantafyllidis, Alexandros and Gilbert, M. Thomas P and Schibler, Jörg and Rowley-Conwy, Peter and Zeder, Melinda and Peters, Joris and Cucchi, Thomas and Bradley, Daniel and Dobney, Keith and Burger, Joachim and Evin, Allowen and Girdland-Flink, Linus and Larson, Greger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 08/2019, Volume 116, Issue 35, pp. 17231 - 17238
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by Frantz, Laurent and Haile, James and Lin, Audrey and Scheu, Amelie and Geörg, Christina and Benecke, Norbert and Alexander, Michelle and Linderholm, Anna and Mullin, Victoria and Daly, Kevin P and Battista, Vincent and Price, Max and Gron, Kurt and Alexandri, Panoraia and Arbogast, Rose-Marie and Arbuckle, Benjamin and Bӑlӑşescu, Adrian and Barnett, Ross and Bartosiewicz, László and Baryshnikov, Gennady and Bonsall, Clive and Borić, Dušan and Boroneanţ, Adina and Bulatović, Jelena and Çakirlar, Canan and Carretero, José-Miguel and Chapman, John and Church, Mike and Crooijmans, Richard and De Cupere, Bea and Detry, Cleia and Dimitrijevic, Vesna and Dumitraşcu, Valentin and Du Plessis, Louis and Edwards, Ceiridwen and Erek, Cevdet Merih and Erim-Özdoğan, Aslı and Ervynck, Anton and Fulgione, Domenico and Gligor, Mihai and Gotherstrom, Anders and Gourichon, Lionel and Groenen, Martien A.M and Helmer, Daniel and Hongo, Hitomi and Horwitz, Liora and Irving-Pease, Evan and Lebrasseur, Ophélie and Lesur, Joséphine and Malone, Caroline and Manaseryan, Ninna and Marciniak, Arkadiusz and Martlew, Holley and Mashkour, Marjan and Matthews, Roger and Matuzeviciute, Giedre Motuzaite and Maziar, Sepideh and Meijaard, Erik and Mcgovern, Tom and Megens, Hendrik-Jan and Miller, Rebecca and Mohaseb, Azadeh Fatemeh and Orschiedt, Jörg and Orton, David and Papathanasiou, Anastasia and Pearson, Mike Parker and Pinhasi, Ron and Radmanović, Darko and Ricaut, François-Xavier and Richards, Mike and Sabin, Richard and Sarti, Lucia and Schier, Wolfram and Sheikhi, Shiva and Stephan, Elisabeth and Stewart, John and Stoddart, Simon and Tagliacozzo, Antonio and Tasić, Nenad and Trantalidou, Katerina and Tresset, Anne and Valdiosera, Cristina and Van Den Hurk, Youri and Van Poucke, Sophie and Vigne, Jean-Denis and Yanevich, Alexander and Zeeb-Lanz, Andrea and Triantafyllidis, Alexandros and Gilbert, M. Thomas P and Schibler, Jörg and Rowley-Conwy, Peter and Zeder, Melinda and Peters, Joris and Cucchi, Thomas and Bradley, Daniel and Dobney, Keith and Burger, Joachim and Evin, Allowen and Girdland-Flink, Linus and Larson, Greger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 08/2019, Volume 116, Issue 35, pp. 17231 - 17238
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by Frantz, Laurent A.F and Haile, James and Lin, Auey T and Scheu, Amelie and Geörg, Christina and Benecke, Norbert and Alexander, Michelle and Linderholm, Anna and Mullin, Victoria E and Daly, Kevin G and Battista, Vincent M and Price, Max and Gron, Kurt J and Alexani, Panoraia and Arbogast, Rose Marie and Arbuckle, Benjamin and Bǎlǎşescu, Aian and Barnett, Ross and Bartosiewicz, László and Baryshnikov, Gennady and Bonsall, Clive and Borić, Dušan and Boroneanţ, Adina and Bulatović, Jelena and Çakirlar, Canan and Carretero, José Miguel and Chapman, John and Church, Mike and Crooijmans, Richard and Cupere, De, Bea and Detry, Cleia and Dimitrijevic, Vesna and Dumitraşcu, Valentin and Plessis, Du, Louis and Edwards, Ceiridwen J and Erek, Cevdet Merih and Erim-Özdoǧan, Asli and Ervynck, Anton and Fulgione, Domenico and Gligor, Mihai and Götherström, Anders and Gourichon, Lionel and Groenen, Martien A.M and Helmer, Daniel and Hongo, Hitomi and Horwitz, Liora K and Irving-Pease, Evan K and Lebrasseur, Ophélie and Lesur, Joséphine and Malone, Caroline and Manaseryan, Ninna and Marciniak, Arkadiusz and Martlew, Holley and Mashkour, Marjan and Matthews, Roger and Matuzeviciute, Giee Motuzaite and Maziar, Sepideh and Meijaard, Erik and McGovern, Tom and Megens, Henik Jan and Miller, Rebecca and Mohaseb, Azadeh Fatemeh and Orschiedt, Jörg and Orton, David and Papathanasiou, Anastasia and Pearson, Mike Parker and Pinhasi, Ron and Radmanović, Darko and Ricaut, François Xavier and Richards, Mike and Sabin, Richard and Sarti, Lucia and Schier, Wolfram and Sheikhi, Shiva and Stephan, Elisabeth and Stewart, John R and Stoddart, Simon and Tagliacozzo, Antonio and Tasić, Nenad and Trantalidou, Katerina and Tresset, Anne and Valdiosera, Cristina and Hurk, Van Den, Youri and Poucke, Van, Sophie and Vigne, Jean Denis and Yanevich, Alexander and Zeeb-Lanz, Anea and Triantafyllidis, Alexanos and Gilbert, M.T.P and Schibler, Jörg and Rowley-Conwy, Peter and Zeder, Melinda and Peters, Joris and Cucchi, Thomas and Bradley, Daniel G and Dobney, Keith and Burger, Joachim and Evin, Allowen and Girdland-Flink, Linus and Larson, Greger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 2019, Volume 116, Issue 35, pp. 17231 - 17238
Archaeological evidence indicates that pig domestication had begun by ∼10,500 y before the present (BP) in the Near East, and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA)... 
Domestication | Evolution | Gene flow | Neolithic | Humanities and Social Sciences
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 11/2017, Volume 551, Issue 7680, pp. 368 - 372
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International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, ISSN 1047-482X, 05/2018, Volume 28, Issue 3, pp. 216 - 226
Manipulations on prehistoric skulls such as trepanations are among the most fascinating palaeopathological findings though it is not always easy to make a firm... 
cranial vault lesion | incomplete trepanation | Corded Ware culture | injury | Late Neolithic | ritual manipulation | ADULT SKELETAL AGE | DIFFERENTIAL-DIAGNOSIS | AURICULAR SURFACE | REVISED METHOD | PREHISTORIC TREPANATION | CRANIAL SURGERY | SKULL | PALEOPATHOLOGY | DEATH | ARCHAEOLOGY | ANTHROPOLOGY | NEUROSURGERY | Rites and ceremonies | Ritual
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Antiquity, ISSN 0003-598X, 2011, Volume 85, Issue 328, pp. 417 - 433
Chance discoveries of weapons, horse bones and human skeletal remains along the banks of the River Tollense led to a campaign of research which has identified... 
Wooden clubs | Weapons | Conflict | Arrowheads | Warfare | Trauma | Bronze age | Germany | trauma | wooden clubs | warfare | arrowheads | weapons | ANTHROPOLOGY | Bronze Age | conflict | ARCHAEOLOGY | Skull | Hostility (Psychology) | Fractures | Research | Battlefields | Archaeology | Violence | Human remains
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Antiquity, ISSN 0003-598X, 06/2011, Volume 85, pp. 417 - 433
Chance discoveries of weapons, horse bones and human skeletal remains along the banks of the River Tollense led to a campaign of research which has identified... 
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