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Palaeodietary reconstruction in late antique Spain and assessing means of inter-site comparison

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Dentine and bone samples from thirty-six individuals from Sanisera and thirty-five individuals from Mérida, as well as dentine and bone samples from twenty-five faunal samples from Sanisera and two from Mérida (all dating from the between the 3rd - 9th centuries AD) were analyzed for stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes. The remains from Sanisera originated from the Late Antique Period (5th - 7th centuries AD) and were taken from tombs containing multiple disarticulate...

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SSD
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School of Archaeology
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Type of award:
DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2018-07-08

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