Designed to further the biological work that [J. Lawrence] Angel began in the Near East and Mediterranean . . . a fine volume.
--Journal of Comparative Human biology
These accounts of vital, active research. . . . provide a timely overview of a cutting-edge discipline bursting onto a very old scene.
--Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
Shows [the] great potential of bioarchaeological studies that are carefully and properly set in archaeological and historical context.
--Bioarchaeology of the Ancient Near East