New Directions in the Skeletal Biology of Greece
edited by Lynne A. Schepartz, Sherry C. Fox, and Chryssi Bourbou
Hesperia Supplement 43
304 pp, with 1 map, 58 tables, and 118 figs
8.5" x 11"
Paper, ISBN: 978-0-87661-543-0
Publication Date: Jan 2009
Retail Price $75
Physical anthropology, the study of human skeletal remains, has assumed an increasingly important role in the archaeology of Greece over the past 30 years, both in the field and in interpretive research. In addition to including stimulating case studies, ranging in date from the Palaeolithic to modern periods, the 17 chapters in this book provide an overview of bioarchaeological research across Greece and Cyprus. The volume is the first in a series of monographs from the Wiener Laboratory at the ASCSA that demonstrates the impact of archaeological science on Mediterranean archaeology.
About the Author: Lynne A. Schepartz is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Florida State University. Sherry C. Fox is Director of the Wiener Laboratory at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Chryssi Bourbou is a bioarchaeologist at the 28th Ephoreia of Byzantine Antiquities.