Special Issue on Biomedical Studies of Ancient Asian Humans and Animals

This Special Issue is dedicated to pioneering reports on original studies and review articles using the latest biomedical tools for more effective analysis of ancient specimens unearthed at archaeological sites in many Asian countries. We welcome invaluable contributions from colleagues conducting relevant research on the Asian continent, which will serve as a foundation for more relevant studies to be conducted in the future. Those studies will enrich our knowledge about various aspects of ancient humans and animals in Asia, which has been lacking to date.


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Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:


Materials: human and animal specimens collected at archaeological sites in Asia

Stable Isotope Analysis

Ancient DNA analysis

Zooarchaeology

Archaeoparasitology

Statistical analysis of ancient human or animal populations

Paleohistology

Craniometry

Paleopathology

Biological Anthropology

Historical approach to ancient animals

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