Buikstra, J. E., & Ubelaker, D. (). Standards for data collection from human skeletal remains. Research series no. Fayetteville, Arkansas Arkansas. principally those described in Standards for Data Collection from Human Skeletal Jane E. Buikstra and Douglas H. Ubelaker, Arkansas Archeological Survey. in , the issue of standards in recording of human skeletal remains in Britain has already been published (Buikstra and Ubelaker. ). The differences.
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Standards for Data Collection from Human Skeletal Remains
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This single location in Western Australia: This was the only standards book I used throughout my anthropology undergrad career and during post-graduation field work. Katrina rated it it was amazing Dec 27, Paperbackpages. Includes bibliographical references p.
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Open Preview See a Problem? These 4 locations in All: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. While I do wish there was more information on pathology included in the text, this is the most extensive standards book you are likely to find.