Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Historica


Issue I 2018 | Vol. 22

Archaeology of Women: Mortuary Practices and Bioarchaeological Reconstruction

15 June 2018

Editor: Mihai Gligor, Andrei Soficaru

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Archaeology of Women: Mortuary Practices and Bioarchaeological Reconstruction – An Introduction

Mihai Gligor, Andrei Soficaru

Sex-related Inequality in Mesolithic Societies from Northern Iberia: A Diet and Mitogenome Study in Hunter-Gatherers

Montserrat Hervella, Teresa Fernández-Crespo, Nerea G. Ventades, Imanol M. Laza, Rick Schulting, and Concepción De-La-Rua

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Cranial Fractures in 2005 Early Eneolithic Multiple Burial from Alba Iulia-Lumea Nouă (Romania)

Mihai Gligor, Andrei Dorian Soficaru, and Ana Fetcu

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The Women Among the Others. Some Insights Regarding Women’s Status in Eneolithic Society Based on Evidence from Sultana-Malu Roșu Cemetery (Romania)

Ionela Crăciunescu and Cătălin Lazăr

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The Hand that Threads the Needle Can also Draw the Arrow: the Case of Bela Vista 5

Claudia Cunha, Ana Maria Silva, Tiago Tomé, and António Carlos Valera

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The Cult of Female Warriors and Rulers in the Scythian and Sarmatian Cultures

Zaur Hasanov

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Monasticism and Activity Patterns: Evaluating Osteoarthritis Distribution and Entheseal Changes in a Feminine Monastic Community (Santa Maria de Vallsanta, Spain)

Núria Montes and Maria Eulàlia Subirà

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How She Was Laid to Rest. Theoretical Perspective on Bioarchaeology of Gender and Identity in Medieval and Modern Portugal

Ana Lema Seabra

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Portuguese Women’s Activity in the Past: Comparing Entheseal Changes Through Time

Charlotte Y. Henderson, Soledad Salega, and Ana Maria Silva

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An Idle Mind is the Devilʼs Workshop: A Study of Skeletal Markers of Activity in Female Monastic Populations from Belmonte (Spain, 16th-20th Centuries) and Alcácer do Sal (Portugal, 16th-19th Centuries)

Nataša Šarkić, Lucia Muñoz, Ana Maria Silva, and Jesús Herrerín

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Female Identity at the Beginning of the Modern Age – a Brideʼs Burial at Bubanj near Niš (Serbia)

Vesna Bikić and Nataša Miladinović-Radmilović

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An Ottoman-Age Femme Fatale. Archaeothanatological Context for the Deviant Burial of a Woman from Site No. 6 on the Haemus Highway in Bulgaria

Elena Vasileva, Petar Parvanov, and Viktoria Russeva

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