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ОбложкаLarsen C.S. Bioarchaeology: interpreting behavior from the human skeleton. - 2nd ed. - Cambridge: Cambridge university press, 2015. - xvi, 608 p.: ill., tab.; [16] l. ill. - (Cambridge studies in biological and evolutionary anthropology). - Bibliogr.: p.433-592. - Ind.: p.593-608. - ISBN 978-0-521-83869-6
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Оглавление / Contents
 
Preface to the Second Edition .................................. xi
Preface to the First Edition ................................... xv

1  Introduction ................................................. 1
2  Stress and deprivation during growth and development and 
   adulthood .................................................... 7
   2.1  Introduction ............................................ 7
   2.2  Measuring stress in human remains ....................... 8
   2.3  Growth and development: skeletal ........................ 9
   2.4  Growth and development: dental ......................... 25
   2.5  Skeletal and dental pathological markers of 
        deprivation ............................................ 30
   2.6  Adult stress ........................................... 57
   2.7  Summary and conclusions ................................ 64
3  Exposure to infectious pathogens ............................ 66
   3.1  Introduction ........................................... 66
   3.2  Dental caries .......................................... 67
   3.3  Periodontal disease (periodontitis) and tooth loss ..... 78
   3.4  Nonspecific infection and disruption ................... 86
   3.5  Specific infectious diseases: treponematosis, 
        tuberculosis, and leprosy .............................. 96
   3.6  Specific infectious diseases: vectored infections ..... 111
   3.7  Summary and conclusions ............................... 112
4  Injury and violence ........................................ 115
   4.1  Introduction .......................................... 115
   4.2  Skeletal injury and lifestyle ......................... 116
   4.3  Intentional injury and interpersonal violence ......... 130
   4.4  Medical care and surgical intervention ................ 168
   4.5  Interpreting skeletal trauma .......................... 172
   4.6  Summary and conclusions ............................... 177
5  Activity patterns: 1. Articular degenerative  conditions 
   and musculoskeletal modifications .......................... 178
   5.1  Introduction .......................................... 178
   5.2  Articular joints and their function ................... 179
   5.3  Articular joint pathology: osteoarthritis ............. 179
   5.4  Nonpathological articular modifications ............... 204
   5.5  Monarticular pathological conditions relating to 
        activity .............................................. 206
   5.6  Summary and conclusions ............................... 212
6  Activity patterns: 2. Structural adaptation ................ 214
   6.1  Bone form, function, and behavioral inference ......... 214
   6.2  Cross-sectional geometry .............................. 215
   6.3  Histomorphometric biomechanical adaptation ............ 246
   6.4  Behavioral inference from external measurements ....... 247
   6.5  Summary and conclusions ............................... 255
7  Masticatory and nonmasticatory functions: craniofacial 
   adaptation to mechanical loading ........................... 256
   7.1  Introduction .......................................... 256
   7.2  Cranial form and functional adaptation ................ 256
   7.3  Dental and alveolar changes ........................... 270
   7.4  Dental wear and function .............................. 276
   7.5  Summary and conclusions ............................... 300
8  Isotopic and elemental signatures of diet, nutrition, and 
   life history ............................................... 301
   8.1  Introduction .......................................... 301
   8.2  Isotopic analysis ..................................... 302
   8.3  Elemental analysis .................................... 347
   8.4  Methodological issues in bioarchaeological chemistry .. 355
   8.5  Summary and conclusions ............................... 356
9  Biological distance and historical dimensions of skeletal
   variation .................................................. 357
   9.1  Introduction .......................................... 357
   9.2  Classes of biodistance data ........................... 362
   9.3  Biohistorical issues: temporal perspectives ........... 368
   9.4  Biohistorical issues: spatial perspectives ............ 389
   9.5  Summary and conclusions ............................... 401
10 Bioarchaeological paleodemography: interpreting age-at-
   death structures ........................................... 402
   10.1 Introduction .......................................... 402
   10.2 Reconstructing and interpreting age-at-death 
        profiles: it has been mostly about mortality .......... 404
   10.3 Paleodemographers adopt the life table for age
        structure analysis .................................... 406
   10.4 Addressing the assumptions of paleodemography ......... 408
   10.5 New solutions to interpreting age-at-death profiles 
        in archaeological skeletal series: it is really 
        mostly about fertility not mortality .................. 410
   10.6 The elephant in the room: age estimates in 
        archaeological skeletons .............................. 418
   10.7 Summary and conclusions ............................... 419
11 Bioarchaeology: skeletons in context ....................... 422
   11.1 Framing the contextual record ......................... 422
   11.2 Framing the problems and questions: it is all about 
        the hypothesis ........................................ 424
   11.3 Ethics in bioarchaeology .............................. 428
   11.4 Bioarchaeology looking forward ........................ 429
   References ................................................. 433

Index ......................................................... 593
Color plates are to be found between pp. 320 and 321

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