This volume brings together experts in archaeology and bioarchaeology to examine continuity and change in ancient Arabian mortuary practices. While most previous investigations have been limited geographically to Egypt and the Levant, this volume focuses on the lesser-studied southeastern Arabian Peninsula, showing what death and burial can reveal about the lifestyles of the region’s prehistoric communities.
Bioarchaeological Interpretations of the Human Past: Local, Regional, and Global PerspectivesEdited by Clark Spencer Larsen, THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
Clark Spencer Larsen
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY
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There are 23 books in this series.
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