By Patricia M. Lambert,Keith P. Jacobi,David C. Weaver,Debra L. Gold,Clark Spencer Larsen,Dale L. Hutchinson,Mary Lucas Powell,Mark R. Schurr,Lisa Sattenspiel,Marianne Reeves,Matthew A. Williamson,Leslie Sering,Margaret J. Schoeninger,Elizabeth I. Monahan,Ly
The shift from foraging to farming had vital healthiness outcomes for prehistoric peoples, yet adaptations in healthiness existed
within groups that had made this transition. This new assortment attracts at the wealthy bioarchaeological list of the Southeastern United States
to discover variability in health and wellbeing and behaviour in the age of agriculture. It deals new views on human variation to numerous geographic and
cultural landscapes around the complete Southeast, from Texas to Virginia, and offers new facts from either vintage and little-known sites.
The members query the reliance on easy cause-and-effect relationships in human health and wellbeing and behaviour by means of addressing such key bioarchaeological concerns as ailment historical past and epidemiology, nutritional composition and sufficiency, workload tension, styles of violence, mortuary practices, and organic effects of ecu touch. in addition they develop our figuring out of agriculture through exhibiting that makes use of of maize have been extra diverse than has been formerly supposed.
Representing the very best paintings being performed this day by means of actual anthropologists, this quantity presents new insights into human model for either archaeologists and osteologists. It attests to the heterogeneous personality of Southeastern societies throughout the past due prehistoric and early ancient classes whereas successfully detailing the numerous elements that experience formed biocultural evolution.
Contributors comprise: Patricia S. Bridges, Elizabeth Monaham Driscoll, Debra L. Gold, Dale L. Hutchinson, Keith P. Jacobi, Patricia M. Lambert, Clark Spencer Larsen, Lynette Norr, Mary Lucas Powell, Marianne Reeves, Lisa Sattenspiel, Margaret J. Schoeninger, Mark R. Schurr, Leslie E. Sering, David S. Weaver, and Matthew A. Williamson
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