Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes as Dietary Indicators of Ancient Nubian Populations (Northern Sudan)

@article{Iacumin1998StableCA,
  title={Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes as Dietary Indicators of Ancient Nubian Populations (Northern Sudan)},
  author={P. Iacumin and H. Bocherens and L. Chaix and A. Marioth},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Science},
  year={1998},
  volume={25},
  pages={293-301}
}
Abstract Human skeletal remains coming principally from the Kerma necropolis were studied for the carbon (δ 13 C) and nitrogen (δ 15 C) isotopic composition of skin and bone collagen to reconstruct the dietary regimens of these populations. The majority of samples belong to the Kerma cultural period that is subdivided into three phases: Ancient (4450–4000  BP ), Middle (4000–3700  BP ) and Classic (3700–3450  BP ). A few additional samples, belonging to the Meroitic (2300  BP – AD  350) and… Expand
Stable isotopes and diet at Ancient Kerma, Upper Nubia (Sudan)
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