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Bulletin SGA 2010_1 et 2 (n°16_1 et 2)

Bulletin SGA 2010_1 et 2 (n°16_1 et 2)

Bulletin SGA 16 1 et 2

- S. ULRICH-BOCHSLER, Winfried Henke zum 65. Geburtstag

- T. PITSIOS, Ancient Sparta. Research Program of Keadas Cavern

- G. GRUPE, S. DOPPLER, M. VOHNBERGER, J. PETERS, Fishing with the Vikings: Vertebrate food webs and isotopic mixing models in a brackish water ecosystem at Viking Haithabu and medieval Schleswig

- H. MÜLLER, Kann ein modernes Gesundheitsmanagement von der physischen Anthropologie profitieren? Das anthropologische Konzept der Variabilität zur Hermeneutik von Über-, Unter- und Fehlversorgungen in der gesundheitlichen Versorgung

- A. KEMKES, The ties that bind. The impact of godparents on baptisand survival

- M. FRIESS, Parietal expansion during later hominin evolution, and the validity of H. heidelbergensis . A quantitative approach

- S. SCHLAGGER, P. PIEPER, U. WITTWER-BACKOFEN, Execution and determent . Giving a face to the Langenfeld skull

- J. BURGER, R. BOLLONGINO, Richtlinien zur Bergung, Entnahme und Archivierung von Skelettproben für palaeogenetische Analysen

- K. SIMITOPOULOU, N. I. XIROTRIS, The revival of creationism in contemporary societies: a short survey


  • Anthropology, Primatology
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