Series: British Archaeological Reports (BAR) International Series Volume: 776
By: Bruno Boulestin
276 pages, illustrations
Bruno Boulestin studies the human remains from this Mesolithic site, especially looking for evidence of bone modification and cannibalism. The first section looks at materials, theories and methods of analysis, most notably the identification of evidence for cannibalistic activity. The second section analyses the evidence recovered from the site and makes a series of interpretations from an evaluation of the remains. With many illustrations.
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