6 search results for “isotope archaeology” in the Public website
Quantitative paleodietary reconstruction with complex foodwebs: An isotopic case study from the Caribbean
William Pestle and Jason Laffoon recently published a new article entitled 'Quantitative paleodietary reconstruction with complex foodwebs: An isotopic case study from the Caribbean' in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports.
Jason Laffoon's Archaeometry article in top 20 most read
The research article ‘The life history of an enslaved African’ is one of the top 20 read Archaeometry articles in the period of January 2017 to December 2018.
Dental analysis gives unique insight in life of enslaved African
A new study published in Archaeometry describes the unexpected results obtained from analyses of five human teeth discovered in a ritual cache at an enslaved African plantation site on the island of Saba in the Caribbean.
Recent Advances in the Study of Ancient Migrations: Isotopes and Isoscapes
Lecture, Studium Generale
Future Archaeologies: the Legacy of Reuvens