Dental health in Iron Age Cambodia: Temporal variations with rice agriculture.

@article{Newton2013DentalHI,
  title={Dental health in Iron Age Cambodia: Temporal variations with rice agriculture.},
  author={Jonathan Newton and Kate Domett and D J W O'Reilly and Louise G Shewan},
  journal={International journal of paleopathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={1-10}
}
The dental health of two Cambodian Iron Age (500 BC to 500 AD) communities is interpreted through an analysis of advanced wear, caries, periapical lesions, and antemortem tooth loss (AMTL). The two communities, Phum Snay and Phum Sophy, just 40km apart, are temporally situated at a time of significant socio-political change prior to the establishment of Angkorian state rule. Dental pathology frequencies are compared between the two communities and with other prehistoric sites throughout… CONTINUE READING

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