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Elemental and isotopic analysis by (multiple collector) - inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry in human teeth from the Early Bronze Age excavation site Franzhausen I ( Lower Austria) for the investigation of population dynamics and dietary patterns

@inproceedings{Kreutz2011ElementalAI,
  title={Elemental and isotopic analysis by (multiple collector) - inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry in human teeth from the Early Bronze Age excavation site Franzhausen I ( Lower Austria) for the investigation of population dynamics and dietary patterns},
  author={Dominique Kreutz},
  year={2011}
}
Die im Graberfeld Franzhausen I im Unteren Traisental (Niederosterreich) entdeckte Population lebte wahrend der fruhen Bronzezeit (~2300/2200 – 1600 v. Chr.), einer Zeit, in der es zu starken sozialen Umstrukturierungen kam. Damals kreuzten sich in dieser Gegend der Nord-Sud- und der West-Ost-Handelsweg, was den dort ansassigen Menschen vermehrte Handelsbeziehungen und damit auch Wohlstand brachte. Bisher durchgefuhrte archaologische und anthropologische Untersuchungen weisen auf eine intensive… 

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