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Pазказът на костните останки: два скелета от вкопано жилище № 10, ранносредновековен комплекс Брестница–Полето, Северозападна България

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Българско е-Списание за Археология, Vol 12, Iss 1 (2022)

Abstract:The skeletal remains of two individuals were discovered in a dugout dwelling (# 10) during rescue excavations of the early medieval metallurgical centre “Brestnitsa–Poleto”, northwestern Bulgaria. While these are not the only skeletons discovered on th...

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CRANIOLOGICAL SERIES FROM THE GRAVEYARD AROUND THE “40 HOLY MARTYRS” CHURCH

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Anthropological Researches and Studies, Vol 7, Iss 1, Pp 88-104 (2017)

Abstract:Objectives. This study examines the anthropometric characteristics of the cranial series from the necropolis around the “40 Holy Martyrs” that dates back in the second half of the 13th -14th c. AD, revealing new data about the population of the capital...

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ALTERATIONS OF CERVICAL VERTEBRAE IN TWO INDIVIDUALS FROM THE LATE ANTIQUTY NECROPOLIS FROM THE "BIG MOUND" NEAR CABYLE, BULGARIA.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Papers on Anthropology. 2011, Vol. 20, p359-367. 9p. 4 Black and White Photographs.

Abstract:The anthropological examination of two skeletons, of individuals identified as males, at 30-40 and 60-65 years, respectively, excavated from the grave complexes of the Necropolis of Big Mound, Cabyle, dated in the late 4th century AD, revealed abnormal...

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TRAUMATIC LESIONS ON POSTCRANIAL SKELETON ON THREE BULGARIAN MIDDLE AGE POPULATIONS. RISKS IN HABITUAL ACTIVITY.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Papers on Anthropology. 2010, Vol. 19, p311-322. 12p. 7 Charts.

Abstract:Anthropological-osteological series from the necropolises, dated in Bulgarian Middle Ages, from Balchick, (in the end of the 8th -- the beginning of the 9th century AD), Pliska, (the 9th century AD), Anhialo, (about the 12th century AD) and by Church S...

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TRAUMATIC LESIONS ON THE SKELETON FROM THE GRAVE 466 FROM THE MEDIEVAL NECROPOLIS OF DRASTAR (SILISTRA), BULGARIA. EVENT RECONSTRUCTION.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Papers on Anthropology. 2005, Vol. 14, p279-294. 16p.

Abstract:Examines traumatic lesions on the skeleton found in a grave from the medieval Necropolis of Drastar, Bulgaria. Location of the grave; Composition of the studied skeleton; Features found on the cranium.

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HUMAN LIFE SPAN AND MORTALITY IN BULGARIAN MEDIEVAL POPULATIONS FROM THE XI-XII CENTURIES AD (BASED ON ANTHROPOLOGICAL MATERIAL).

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Papers on Anthropology. 2002, Vol. 11, p190. 10p. 4 Graphs, 1 Map.

Abstract:Anthropological data concerning the age and sex distribution of skeletal material from necropolises from Bulgarian territory, dating from the XI-XII centuries AD, have been studied. In some of the sites deviations in sex structure have been found. Age-...

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TRENDS OF HUMAN LIFE SPAN EVOLUTION IN POPULATIONS WHO LIVED AROUND CABYLE.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Papers on Anthropology. 2001, Vol. 10, p249. 11p. 1 Chart, 4 Graphs.

Abstract:Presents a study which investigated the trends of human life span evolution in populations who lived in the Cabyle, an extinct city in Bulgaria during the Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Material and methods used in the study; Results and discussion.

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