Showing posts from July, 2011

So you want to be a Roman bioarchaeologist...

Cervantes, Cerveza y Cirrhosis

LaTeX and Bioanthropology Journals

Famed Farinelli's Flawed Frontalis

Virtually Dissect a Google Body

Viking Women Immigrated to England, but Were They Warriors or Wives?

International Journal of Paleopathology

Earliest Occupation of Crete May Date to 125,000 Years Ago

SCT in an Imperial Roman Woman

La Signora di Introd, Contemporary of Oetzi?

How to Section Teeth

Men Talk about Mars, Women Talk about Venus

Second Lead Sarcophagus Found at Gabii

Mortimer, the Infamous Skeleton of Grumbles Alley