Showing posts from June, 2012
, We are happy to make you know about the newly launched Korean Academy of Paleopathology and Osteoarchaeology (KAPO). For the past several decades, by the efforts of pioneering researchers around the world, paleopathology and osteoarchaeology became one of the main parts of the mainstream anthropology at last. Year by year, great researches on paleopathology and osteoarchaeology have been reported in various academic meetings, and published in prestigious science journals, making significant contribution to the development in techniques and skills for studying the health and disease status of archaeologically obtained human specimens.
Our Papers of Rakhigarhi
- A young couple’s grave found in the Rakhigarhi cemetery of the Harappan Civilization [Anatomy & Cell Biology]
- Archaeological and anthropological studies on the Harappan cemetery of Rakhigarhi, India [Plos One]
- Archaeoparasitological Strategy Based on the Microscopic Examinations of Prehistoric Samples and the Recent Report on the Difference in the Prevalence of Soil Transmitted Helminthic Infections in the Indian Subcontinent [Ancient Asia]
- Assessing the physical and pathological traits of human skeletal remains from cemetery localities at the Rakhigarhi site of the Harappan Civilization [Anthropological Science]
- Traumatic injury in a cranium found at Rakhigarhi cemetery of Harappan civilization as anthropological evidence of interpersonal violence [Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports]