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    • Evidence of probable subadult scurvy in the Early Medieval cemetery of Castel Tirolo, South Tyrol, Italy 

      Paladin A; Wahl J; Zink A (2018)
      The study of subadult scurvy (vitamin C deficiency), also known as Möller‐Barlow's disease, is of growing interest in palaeopathology. However, in Italy, there is still a paucity of knowledge on nutritional stress diseases ...
    • The Iceman's Last Meal Consisted of Fat, Wild Meat, and Cereals 

      Maixner F; Turaev D; Cazenave-Gassiot A; Janko M; Krause-Kyora B; Hoopmann MR; Kusebauch U; Sartain M; Guerriero G; O'Sullivan N; Teasdale M; Cipollini G; Paladin A; Mattiangeli V; Samadelli M; Putzer A; Tecchiati U; Meissen J; Palazoglu M; Rausch P; Lösch S; Kim BJ; Baines JF; Gostner P; An HJ; Malfertheiner P; Egarter-Vigl E; Stark RW; Keller A; Bishop D; Wenk M; Engstrand L; Moritz RL; Bradley DG; Fiehn O; Nebel A; Oeggl K; Doble P; Franke A; Rattei T; Grimm R; Zink A (2018)
      The history of humankind is marked by the constant adoption of new dietary habits affecting human physiology, metabolism, and even the development of nutrition-related disorders. Despite clear archaeological evidence for ...
    • Morphologic-anthropological investigations in tomb K93.12 at Dra' Abu el-Naga (Western Thebes, Egypt) 

      Lösch S; Moghaddam N; Paladin A; Rummel U; Hower-Tilmann E; Zink A (2014)
      In this study we present the analysis of the human remains from tomb K93.12 in the Ancient Egyptian necropolis of Dra' Abu el-Naga, located opposite the modern city of Luxor in Upper Egypt on the western bank of the Nile. ...
    • Perimortem sharp force trauma in an individual from the early medieval cemetery of Säben-Sabiona in South Tyrol, Italy 

      Tumler D; Paladin A; Zink A (2019)
      Objective To provide a detailed analysis and interpretation of cranial and postcranial lesions noted on an early medieval skeleton from the Italian Alps. Materials Individual (SK63) was buried within the early Christian ...