Once were warriors: Challenging occupation preconceptions in Lebanese weapon-associated burials (Middle Bronze Age, Sidon)
Weapon injuries in the crusader mass graves from a 13th century attack on the port city of Sidon (Lebanon)
Sidon on the breadth of the wild sea: Movement and diet on the Mediterranean coast in the Middle Bronze Age.
Who were the Hyksos? Challenging traditional narratives using strontium isotope (.sup.87Sr/.sup.86Sr) analysis of human remains from ancient Egypt
A Transient Pulse of Genetic Admixture from the Crusaders in the Near East Identified from Ancient Genome Sequences
Longitudinal and contemporaneous manganese exposure in apartheid-era South Africa: Implications for the past and future
Continuity and Admixture in the Last Five Millennia of Levantine History from Ancient Canaanite and Present-Day Lebanese Genome Sequences
Reconstructing breastfeeding and weaning practices in the Bronze Age Near East using stable nitrogen isotopes.
Workshop „Binnengliederungen - Biokulturelle Differenzierungen in historischen Bevölkerungen“ der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Paläoanthropologie und Prähistorische Anthropologie (APPA) in Göttingen vom 7. - 8. Oktober 1999
Neighbours in different habitats — Subsistence and social differentiation in early mediaeval populations of the eastern Swabian Alb
Auricular surface aging: worse than expected? A test of the revised method on a documented historic skeletal assemblage