The bioarchaeology of the human head: decapitation, decoration, and deformation (Gainesville, 2011). - ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ / CONTENTS
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ОбложкаThe bioarchaeology of the human head: decapitation, decoration, and deformation / ed. by M.Bonogofsky. - Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2011. - x, 323 p.: ill. - Incl. bibl. ref. - Ind.: p.309-323. - ISBN 978-0-8130-3556-7
 

Оглавление / Contents
 
List of Figures ............................................... vii
List of Tables ................................................. xi
Foreword ..................................................... xiii
Preface ...................................................... xvii

1  Contextualizing the Human Head: An Introduction .............. 1
   Michelle Bonogofsky

PART I. SYMBOLIC AND CONTEXTUAL APPROACHES
2  Heads as Memorials and Status Symbols: The Collection and
   Use of Skulls in the Torres Strait Islands .................. 51
   Heather Bonney and Margaret Clegg
3  Melanesian Modeled Skulls, Mortuary Ritual, and Dental
   X-Rays: Ancestors, Enemies, Women, and Children ............. 67
   Michelle Bonogofsky and Jeremy Graham
4  Marquesan Trophy Skulls: Description, Osteological
   Analyses, and Changing Motivations in the South Pacific ..... 97
   Frédérique Valentin and Noémie Rolland
5  The Social Lives of Severed Heads: Skull Collection and
   Display in Medieval and Early Modern Ireland ............... 122
   Barra O'Donnabhain

PART II. BIOARCHAEOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL APPROACHES
6  Identifying the Origins of Decapitated Male Skeletons
   from 3 Driffield Terrace, York, through Isotope Analysis:
   Reflections of the Cosmopolitan Nature of Roman York in
   the Time of Caracalla ...................................... 141
   Janet Montgomery, Christopher J. Knüsel, and Katie Tucker
7  Biohistory and Cranial Morphology: A Forensic Case from
   Spanish Colonial Georgia ................................... 179
   Christopher M. Stojanowski and William N. Duncan
8  Skull Deformation during the Iron Age in the Trans-Urals
   and Western Siberia ........................................ 202
   Svetlana Sharapova and Dmitry Razhev
9  Marking Ethnicity through Premortem Cranial Modification
   among the Pre-Inca Chiribaya, Peru ......................... 228
   María Cecilia Lozada
10 Getting a Head Start in Life: Pre-Columbian Maya Cranial
   Modification from Infancy to Ancestorhood .................. 241
   Pamela L. Geller
11 How the Wari Fashioned Trophy Heads for Display:
   A Distinctive Modified Cranium from Cuzco, Peru, and
   Comparison to Trophies from the Capital Region ............. 262
   Valerie A. Andrushko
12 Nasca Trophy Head Origins and Ancient DNA .................. 286
   Kathleen Forgey

List of Contributors .......................................... 307
Index ......................................................... 309


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