Human Osteology and Bioarchaeology Websites

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 Bone and Joint Pathology 

 Computerized Standardized Osteological Database 

 DuPont Hospital for Children Orthopaedic Department
      Clinical Case Presentations

 The E-Skeletons Project 

 Hall of Bones, Smithsonian NMNH 

 Osteoporosis and Bone Physiology 

 South Dakota Paleopathology 

 Photographic Atlas of Human Skeletal Anatomy 

 Skeletal Histology 

 Skeletal Pathology 

 The Skeletal System – Photographs of the Human Skeleton 




 Archaeological Salvage of an Ossuary at the Baum Site 
Original site report by David Sutton Phelps for 31Ck9

 The Armstrong Mound Bioarchaeology Project 

 Bioarchaeology: Interpreting Behavior from the Human Skeleton
     (Cambridge Studies in Biological Anthropology, 21)

 Bioarchaeology Program, Arizona State University 

 Bioarchaeology of Spanish Florida: The Impact of Colonialism 

 Bioarchaeology Research Group, University of Bradford 

 Disappearing Indians? 
Research by University of Virginia researchers demonstrates the continued inhabitance of the Virginia Piedmont into the eighteenth century by the Monacan Indians

 The Dung File 

 Marianas Bioarchaeology Home Page 

 Midwest Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthroplogy Association 

 Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Research Project 

 Native Cemeteries and Forms of Burial East of the Mississippi 
Excerpts from David I. Bushnell’s 1920 Bureau of American Ethnology publication

 The Nosterfield Project 
Excavations at this quarry have uncovered one of the most extensive prehistoric burial and ceremonial site complexes in the British Isles

  Nosterfield Draft Osteological Report, M. Holst

 Skeletons in Our Closet:
      Revealing Our Past Through Bioarchaeology 

 Trade, Technologies, and Traditions 
The Analysis of Artifacts Recovered from a Metal Age Burial Site in District Ubujan, Tagbilaran City, Bohol

 The Windover Archaeological Research Project 
Synopsis of excavations at a 7,000 year old bog site in coastal Florida






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Last Updated 17 May 2005

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