An integrative skeletal and paleogenomic analysis of stature variation suggests relatively reduced health for early European farmersSubsistence shifts from hunting and gathering to agriculture over the last 12,000 y have impacted human culture, biology, and health. Although past human health cannot be assessed directly, adult stature variation and skeletal indicators of nonspecific stress can serve as proxies for health during growth and development. By integrating paleogenomic...
Marciniak, Stephanie ; Bergey, Christina M ; Silva, Ana Maria ; Hałuszko, Agata ; Furmanek, Mirosław …
All change around 2500/2400 BC? The end of the ‘Scottish Neolithic’, and the future of Scottish Neolithic studiesThe ‘boom’ period in Late Neolithic Orkney seems to have come to a fairly dramatic end, although the timing and tempo of this collapse continue to be debated. From the 25th century BC, signs of new people, new objects and new practices appeared in parts of Scotland from the Continent,...
Sheridan, J A