There is a good trans-Atlantic mix in the eleven contributions to this volume whose theme is our recognition of the health of past societies, and its significance for them; developed from sessions at the 1988 Sheffield TAG meetings. Six papers consider concepts and methods, five are case-studies (demography of Medieval York, anaemia at Romano-British Dorchester, epidemics seen in teeth in Bradford and Mexico, community health in Late Prehistoric Tennessee, health changes at the agricultural transition in Europe).
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports
Number of pages: 152
Dimensions: 297 x 210 mm
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