Showing posts from May, 2015

This week at Forbes: Titicaca trepanation, hominin homicide, and 3D printing

Who needs an osteologist? (Installment 27)

This week at Forbes: Beheadings and cannibalism, origins of obesity, Roman dentistry, historic cemetery clean-up, and endangered Native American sites

Bones - Season 10, Episode 19 (Review)

Who needs an osteologist? (Installment 26)

This week at Forbes: Philip II, Julius Caesar, Roman teeth, Anglo-Saxon leprosy, and the origins of Alaskans

Philip who? Philip II, now philippier than ever!

Bones - Season 10, Episode 18 (Review)

Bones - Season 10, Episode 17 (Review)

Third Forbes post - London Crossrail dig hits beheaded Romans

Bones - Season 10, Episode 16 (Review)

Human Origins Capstone Projects

Roman Bioarchaeology Carnival LXXI

Second post up at Forbes - Star Wars Archaeology

First post up at Forbes - You're a bioarchaeologist? What is that?