Diet and diversity at later medieval Fishergate: the isotopic evidence.

@article{Mldner2007DietAD,
  title={Diet and diversity at later medieval Fishergate: the isotopic evidence.},
  author={Gundula M{\"u}ldner and Michael P Richards},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2007},
  volume={134 2},
  pages={162-74}
}
We present the results of stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analysis of bone collagen for 155 individuals buried at the Later Medieval (13th to early 16th century AD) Gilbertine priory of St. Andrew, Fishergate in the city of York (UK). The data show significant variation in the consumption of marine foods between males and females as well as between individuals buried in different areas of the priory. Specifically, individuals from the crossing of the church and the cloister garth had… CONTINUE READING

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