Brief communication: the collection of identified human skeletons housed at the Bocage Museum (National Museum of Natural History), Lisbon, Portugal.

@article{Cardoso2006BriefCT,
  title={Brief communication: the collection of identified human skeletons housed at the Bocage Museum (National Museum of Natural History), Lisbon, Portugal.},
  author={Hugo Cardoso},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2006},
  volume={129 2},
  pages={173-6}
}
  • Hugo Cardoso
  • Published 2006 in American journal of physical anthropology
A large collection of identified human skeletons curated at the Bocage Museum (National Museum of Natural History, Lisbon, Portugal) has remained in relative anonymity since its collecting protocol was initiated in the 1980s. This collection originates from modern cemetery sources and is comprised of 1,692 skeletons with basic documentary data (age at death, place of birth, occupation, place of residence, and date and cause of death). At present, this information is more readily available for… CONTINUE READING