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Roman Period fetal skeletons from the East Cemetery (Kellis 2) of Kellis, Egypt
Much can be learned about the religious ideology and mortuary patterns as well as the demographic and health profiles of a population from archaeological human fetal skeletons. Fetal skeletons areExpand
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Simultaneous determination of Fusarium mycotoxins in wheat grain from Morocco by liquid chromatography coupled to triple quadrupole mass spectrometry
Abstract In the present study, eighteen (18) mycotoxin produced by the genus Fusarium (fumonisins (FB1, FB2 and FB3), type-B trichothecenes (NIV, DON, FUS-X, 3Ac-DON and 15Ac-DON), type-AExpand
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Aging fetal and juvenile skeletons from Roman Period Egypt using basiocciput osteometrics
This paper tests the use of basiocciput osteometrics against those of femoral diaphyseal length and dental development for aging fetal and juvenile skeletal remains. The study sample consists of 39Expand
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Titanic's unknown child: the critical role of the mitochondrial DNA coding region in a re-identification effort.
This report describes a re-examination of the remains of a young male child recovered in the Northwest Atlantic following the loss of the Royal Mail Ship Titanic in 1912 and buried as an unknown inExpand
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How Short is Short, and Why? A Probable Case of Proportionate Dwarfism from Egypt's 3rd Intermediate Period in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt
This study describes a probable proportionate dwarf from a Third Intermediate Period cemetery at Ain Tirghi in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. The skeleton (Burial 22 or B22) is an adult female estimatedExpand
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Complete Mitochondrial Genome Sequencing of a Burial from a Romano–Christian Cemetery in the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt: Preliminary Indications
The curse of ancient Egyptian DNA was lifted by a recent study which sequenced the mitochondrial genomes (mtGenome) of 90 ancient Egyptians from the archaeological site of Abusir el-Meleq.Expand
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Archaeological and osteological evidence is presented from a thousand-year-old burial of an adult male exposed by Lake Erie storm action on Long Point. The archaeological literature concerningExpand
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The Chronology of Las Palmas Culture: New Radiocarbon Dates on Non-human Terrestrial Materials from William Massey's Cave Burial Sites
This paper reports on 13 radiocarbon dates from Las Palmas Culture cave burial sites in the Cape region of Baja California Sur, 12 from three caves excavated by William Massey and one from anotherExpand
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