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Yan Liu: Why People Got Injured - How To Analyse Skeletal Trauma Patterns In The Eastern Eurasian Steppe, From The Late Neolithic Period To The Early Iron Age

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posted on 2021-09-30, 06:06 authored by Yan LiuYan Liu
Previous studies have emphasized the transformation from a farming-pastoral mixed economy to specialized nomadic pastoralism, and the increasing tendency of conflicts but failed to show how they affected humans. I aim to employ a bioarchaeological model to explore the relationship between skeletal trauma, the natural environment, subsistence strategies and conflicts.

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