Tracing childhood : bioarchaeological investigations of early lives in antiquity

Auteur(s) : Thompson, Jennifer L. (Éd.)
Alfonso-Durruty, Marta P. (Éd.)
Crandall, John J. (Éd.)
Larsen, Clark Spencer (Préf.)
Description matérielle : xii-270 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. Collection: Bioarchaeological interpretations of the human past: local, regional, and global perspectives Publication : Gainesville : University press of Florida, 2014.Cote : TVIII.239Note : Réf. dissém. Index. Thématique : Histoire | Archéologie | Enfance
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Introduction. Children in Prehistory: now seen, now heard / Thompson, Jennifer L.; Crandall, John J. and Alfonso-Durruty, Marta P. --

Death and the special child: three examples from the Ancient Midwest / Cook, Della C.; Thompson, Andrew R. and Rollins, Amanda A. --

Beyond victims: exploring the identity of sacrificed infants and children at La Cueva de Los Muertos Chiquitos, Durango, Mexico (AD 571–1168) / Crandall John J. and Thompson, Jennifer L. --

Chinchorro mortuary practices on infants: Northern Chile archaic period (BP 7000–3600) / Standen, Vivien G.; Arriaza, Bernardo T. and Santoro, Calogero M. --

The “Other” burials at Torre de Palma: childhood as special death in a Medieval portuguese site / Holt, Sarah; Hallman, Stacey; Powell, Mary Lucas and Langley, Maia M. --

The bioarchaeology of the homicide of infants and children / Mays, Simon --

Sense or sensationalism? Approaches to explaining high perinatal mortality in the past / Gilmore, Helen F. and Halcrow, Siân E. --

A disciplined childhood in Nineteenth-Century New York City: a social bioarchaeology of the subadults of the spring street presbyterian church / Ellis, Meredith A. B. --

Childhood, colonialism, and nation-building: child labor in Virginia and New York / Barrett, Autumn --

Little helping hands: insights from Punta Teatinos, Chile / Alfonso-Durruty, Marta P. and Thompson, Jennifer L. --

Children of the working class: environmental marginality and child health at Black Mesa, Arizona (AD 900–1150) / Martin, Debra L.; Thompson, Jennifer L. and Crandall John J. --

Surviving childhood: health, identity, and personhood in the Prehistoric American Southwest / Palkovich, Ann M. --

Tracing Tiwanaku childhoods: a bioarchaeological study of age and social identities in Tiwanaku society / Blom, Deborah E. and Knudson, Kelly J. --

Conclusion. Little bodies, big voices: the lives of children in the past / Alfonso-Durruty, Marta P.; Thompson, Jennifer L. and Crandall, John J.

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