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Fuchs, K., Atabiev, B., Witzmann, F., Gresky, J. (2021). Towards a definition of Ancient Rare Diseases (ARD): Presenting a complex case of probable Legg-CalvĂ©-Perthes Disease from the North Caucasian Bronze Age (2200–1650 BCE). International Journal of Paleopathology, 32, 61–73. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2020.11.004.
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Gresky, J., Sokiranski, R., Witzmann, F., Petiti, E. (2020). The oldest
case of osteopetrosis in a human skeleton: exploring the history of rare diseases. Lancet DE, 8 (10), 806–808. https://doi.org/10.1016/s2213-8587(20)30307-7.

Gresky, J., Haelm, J., Clare, L. (2017). Modified human crania from Göbekli Tepe provide evidence for a new form of Neolithic skull cult. Science Advances, 3 (6), Article e1700564. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.1700564.

Other articles of our working group

  1. Gresky, J., Petiti, E. (Eds.) (2021). Special Issue: Ancient Rare Diseases: Definition and concept of rare diseases in Paleopathology, International Journal of Paleopathology. Read it here.
  2. Maixner, F., Gresky, J., Zink, A. (2021). Ancient DNA analysis of rare genetic bone disorders. International Journal of Paleopathology, 33, 182-187. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2021.04.009. Read it here.
  3. Gresky, J., Dorn, J., Tessmann, B., Petiti, E. (2021). How rare is rare? A literature survey of the last 45 years of paleopathological research on ancient rare diseases (ARD). In: Gresky, J., Petiti, E. (Eds.). Ancient Rare Diseases: Definition and concept of rare diseases in Paleopathology. International Journal of Paleopathology, 33, 182-187. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2021.03.003. Read it here.
  4. Fuchs, K., Atabiev, B., Witzmann, F., Gresky, J. (2021). Towards a definition of Ancient Rare Diseases (ARD): Presenting a complex case of probable Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease from the North Caucasian Bronze Age (2200-1650 BCE). International Journal of Paleopathology, 32, 61-73.
  5. Gresky, J., DellĂș, E., Favia, M., Ferorelli, D., Radina, F., Scardapane, A., Petiti, E. (2021). A critical review of the anthropological and paleopathological literature on osteopetrosis as an ancient rare disease (ARD). International Journal of Paleopathology, 33, 208-288. Read it here.
  6. Schultz, M., Weber, M., Schmidt-Schultz, T., Dorn, J., Zink, A., Nerlich, A. (2021). A possible case of Langerhans-cell histiocytosis? – Differential diagnosis in a rare disease from the Late Antiquity of Bavaria (Germany). International Journal of Paleopathology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2021.05.005. Read it here.
  7. Gebel, H.G.K., Benz, M., Purschwitz, C., Bader, M., Dermech, S., Graf, J., Gresky, J., HĂĄjek, F., MiĆĄkolciovĂĄ, L., al-Khasawneh, S., Khrisat, B., KubĂ­kovĂĄ, B., Renger, M., al-Sababha, H.M., al-Shoubaki, S. (2020). Household and Death, 3: Preliminary Results of the 13th Season (Spring 2019) at Late PPNB Ba’ja, Southern Jordan (Interim Report). Neo-Lithics, 2020, Special Issue (Ba`ja 2019 Season, Interim Report), 3-41.
  8. Gresky, J. (2020). Fibro-osseous processes (FOPs) of the craniofacial skeleton: A neglected entity in paleopathology? HOMO, 71, 281–297. https://doi.org/10.1127/homo/2020/1277.
  9. Gresky, J., Sokiranski, R., Witzmann, F., Petiti, E. (2020). The oldest case of osteopetrosis in a human skeleton: exploring the history of rare diseases. Lancet DE, 8 (10), 806–808.
  10. Hausleiter, A., Dinies, M., Petiti, E. (2020). Gesellschaften in Krisenmodus? Residenz von Ökosystemen und Siedlungen in extremen Klimazonen. ArchĂ€ologie Weltweit, 2, 62–66.
  11. Knipper, C., Reinhold, S., Gresky, J., Berezina, N., Gerling, C., Pichler, S.L., Buzhilova, A.P., Kantorovich, A.R., Maslov, V.E., Petrenko, V.G., Lyakhov, S.V., Kalmykov, A.A., Belinskiy, A.B., Hansen, S., Alt, K.W. (2020). Diet and subsistence in Bronze Age pastoral communities from the southern Russian steppes and the North Caucasus. PLoS ONE, 15(10), Article e0239861. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0239861.
  12. Benz, M., Gresky, J., Stefanisko, D., Alarashi, H., Knipper, C., Purschwitz, C., Bauer, J., Gebel, H.G.K. (2019). Burying power: New insights into incipient leadership in the Late Pre-Pottery Neolithic from an outstanding burial at Ba’ja, southern Jordan. PLoS ONE, 14(8), Article e0221171. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0221171.
  13. Feldman, M., Fernández-Domínguez, E., Reynolds, L., Baird, D., Pearson, J., Hershkovitz, I., May, H., Goring-Morris, N., Benz, M., Gresky, J., Bianco, R.A., Fairbairn, A., Mustafaoğlu, G., Stockhammer, Ph.W., Posth, C., Haak, W., Jeong, Ch., Krause, J. (2019). Late Pleistocene human genome suggests a local origin for the first farmers of central Anatolia. Nature Communications, 10(1218). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-09209-7.
  14. Wang, Ch.-Ch., Reinhold, S. Kalmykov, A., Wissgott, A., Brandt, G., Jeong, Ch., Cheronet, O., Ferry, M., Harney, E., Keating, D., Mallick, S., Rohland, N., Stewardson, K., Kantorovich, A.R., Maslov, V.E., Petrenko, V. G., Erlikh, V.R., Atabiev, B.Ch., Magomedov, R.G., Kohl, P.L., Alt, K.W., Pichler, S.L., Gerling, C., Meller, H., Vardanyan, B., Yeganyan, L., Rezepkin, A.D., Mariaschk, D., Berezina, N., Gresky, J., Fuchs, K., Knipper, C., Schiffels, S., Balanovska, E., Balanovsky, O., Mathieson, I., Higham, T., Berenzin, Y.B., Buzhilova, A., Trifonov, V., Pinhasi, R., Belinskij, A.B., Reich, D., Hansen, S., Krause, J., Haak, W. (2019). Ancient human genome-wide data from a 3000-year interval in the Caucasus corresponds with eco-geographic regions. Nature Communications, 10(590). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-018-08220-8.
  15. Posth, C., NĂ€gele, K., Colleran, H., Valentin, F., Bedford, S., Kami, K.W., Shing, R., Buckley, H., Kinaston, R., Walworth, M., Clark, G.R., Reepmeyer, C., Flexner, J., Maric, T., Moser, J., Gresky, J., Kiko, L., Robson, K.J., Auckland, K., Oppenheimer, S.J., Hill, A., Mentzer, A.J., Zech, J., Petchey, F., Roberts, P., Jeong, C., Gray, R.D., Krause, J., Powell, A. (2018). Language continuity despite population replacement in Remote Oceania. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2(4), 731-740.
  16. Zur, A., Hausleiter,  A. with a contribution of Petiti, E. (2018). Funerary landscapes in 2nd millennium BCE Tayma, Northwest Arabia. In: B. Horejs et al. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 10th ICAANE, 2, 355.
  17. Gresky, J., Kalmykov, A., Berezina, N. (2017). Benign Fibro-Osseous Lesion of the Mandible in a Middle Bronze Age Skeleton from Southern Russia. International Journal of Paleopathology, 20, 90–97. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2017.09.001.
  18. Gresky, J., Haelm, J., Clare, L. (2017). Modified human crania from Göbekli Tepe provide evidence for a new form of Neolithic skull cult. Science Advances, 3, Article e1700564. https://doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.1700564.
  19. Pfeiffer, K. in collaboration with Schönicke, J., Ruben, I., Reichmuth, S., Forster, C., Klisch, L., Petiti, E. (2017). Archaeological Research in Fujairah: Qidfa Reconsidered. Zeitschrift fĂŒr Orient-ArchĂ€ologie, 10, 315-355.
  20. Tucker, K., Berezina, N., Reinhold, S., Kalmykov, A., Belinskiy, A., Gresky, J. (2017). An Accident at Work? Traumatic lesions in the skeleton of a 4th millennium BC “wagon driver” from Sharakhalsun, Russia. HOMO Volume, 68(4), 256-273. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jchb.2017.05.004.
  21. Gebel, H.G.K., Benz, M., Purschwitz, Ch., Kubíková, B., Ơtefanisko, D.S., al-Souliman, A., Tucker, K., Gresky, J., Abuhelaleh, B. (2017). Household and Death: Preliminary Results of the 11th Season (2016) at Late PPNB Ba‘ja, Southern Jordan. NEO-LITHICS, 1/17. The Newsletter of Southwest Asian Neolithic Research.
  22. Gresky, J., Batieva, E., Kitova, A., Kalmykov, A., Belinskiy, A., Reinhold, S., Berezina, N. (2016). New cases of trepanations from the 5th to 3rd millennia BC in Southern Russia in the context of previous research: Possible evidence for a ritually motivated tradition of cranial surgery? American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 160/4, 665–682. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajpa.22996.
  23. Petiti, E., Hausleiter, A., van Ess, M. (2016). Bioarchaeology and Neo-Assyrian burial customs: Case study on a tomb excavated in the City of Arbil. Zeitschrift fĂŒr Orient-ArchĂ€ologie, 9, 70-95.
  24. Schwarz, L., Gresky, J. (2016). Differential diagnosis of a fused wrist with a partially destroyed capitate. International Journal of Paleopathology, 12, 46–52. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpp.2015.11.004.
  25. Zur, A., Hausleiter, A. with a contribution of Petiti, E. (2016). Taymā’ in the Bronze Age (ca. 2,000 BC): Settlement and funerary landscapes. In: M. Luciani (Ed.). The Archaeology of North Arabia: Oases and Landscapes. Proceedings of the International Congress held at the University of Vienna, December, 5th – 8th 2013, Oriental and European Archaeology, 4, 135 – 176.
  26. Gresky, J., Wagner, M., Schmidt-Schultz, TH., Schwarz, L., Wu, X., Aisha, A., Tarasov, P., Schultz, M. (2015). You must keep going – Musculoskeletal system stress indicators of prehistoric mobile pastoralists in Western China. Quaternary International, 5. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.04.035.
  27. Petiti, E., Intilia, A., Hausleiter, A. (2014). Bioarchaeological investigations at a 4th-3rd century B.C. cemetery at Tayma. In P. BieliƄski, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East, 30 April – 4 May 2012, Warsaw. Harrassowitz Verlag, Wiesbaden, 371-390.
  28. Petiti, E. (2014). People of Tayma: Bioarchaeological Analyses of the 4th-3rd Century B. C. Burial Ground from Tayma (Saudi Arabia). Firenze University Press, Firenze.
  29. Li, X., Wagner, M., Wu, X., Tarasov, P., Zhang, Y., Schmidt, A., Goslar, T., Gresky, J. (2013). Archaeological and palaeopathological study on the third/second century BC grave from Turfan, China: Individual health history and regional implications. Quaternary International, 290–291, 335-343. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2012.05.010.
  30. Van Ess, M., Hausleiter, A., Hussein, H. H., Babakr Mohammed, N., Petiti, E., Tourtet, F. (2012). Excavations in the city of Arbil, 2009-2011. Zeitschrift fĂŒr Orient-ArchĂ€ologie, 5, 104-167.
  31. Wagner, M., Wu, XH., Tarasov, P., Aisha, A., Bronk Ramsey, Ch., Schultz, M., Schmidt-Schultz, T., Gresky, J. (2011). Radiocarbon-dated archaeological record of early first millennium B.C. mounted pastoralists in the Kunlun Mountains, China. PNAS, 108/38, 15733-15738. https://doi.org/
  32. Lora, S., Petiti, E., Hausleiter, A. (2010). Burial  contexts at Tayma, NW Arabia: archaeological and anthropological data. In: L. Week (Ed.), Death and Burial in Arabia and Beyond Multidisciplinary perspectives. British Archaeological Reports, Archaeopress, Oxford, 237-248.
  33. Schultz, M., Gresky, J., Kozak, A.D., Schmidt-Schultz, T., Roumelis, N. (2010). Ergebnisse palĂ€opathologischer Untersuchungen an zwei frĂŒhdynastischen Skeleten (Nagada) aus der Stadtgrabung Elephantine – Versuch einer „biographischen“ Rekonstruktion. Mitteilung des deutschen archĂ€ologischen Instituts Kairo, 64, 267-287.
  34. Gresky, J., Forstner-MĂŒller, I., Schultz, M. (2009). Ergebnisse der palĂ€opathologischen Untersuchung an einem Skelet aus Tell el Dabha (Ägypten) – Rekonstruktion eines individuellen Krankheitsstatus. Ägypten und Levante/ Egypt and the Levant 19, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 139–155.
  35. Gresky, J., Wagner, M., Wu, X.H., Schmidt-Schultz, T., Schultz, M. (2009). Alltagsstress in Liushui – Krankheitsbilder des Bewegungsapparates im bronzezeitlichen Westchina. In Eurasia Antiqua Band, 14/2008, 167-191.
  36. Gresky, J., Roumelis, N., Kozak, A.D., Schultz, M. (2008). Torture in the Old Kingdom of Egypt? Investigation of frequency and cause of fracture traumas among a population of the Old Kingdom on the island of Elephantine/Egypt. Annual Meeting Issue 2008, Supplement 46, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 107-108.
  37. Schultz, M., Schmidt-Schultz, T., Gresky, J., Kreutz, K., Berner, M. (2007). Morbidity and mortality in the Late PPNB populations from Basta and Ba’ja (Jordan). In: M. Faerman, L.K. Horwitz, T. Kahana, U. Zilberman, U. (Eds.), Faces from the past: Diachronic patterns in the biology of human populations from the Eastern Mediterranean. BAR International Series, 1603, 82-99.
  38. Roumelis, N., Flohr, S., Gresky, J., Schulz, C., Schultz, M. (2006). „Schwein gehabt?“: Spar av patologiska processer pa ett recent vildsvinskranium. Benbiten, 1, 2-7

Sections in books

  1. MĂŒller-Scheeßel, N., BĂĄtora, J., Gresky, J., Reiter, S., Stucky, K., Rassmann, K. (2020). In search of the modus operandi: reopenings of Early Bronze Age burials at FidvĂĄr near VrĂĄble, south-west Slovakia. In: E. Aspöck, A. KlevnĂ€s, N. MĂŒller-Scheeßel (Eds.), Grave Disturbances: The Archaeology of Post-depositional Interactions with the Dead. Studies in Funerary Archaeology, 14.
  2. Clare, L., Dietrich, O., Gresky, J., Notroff, J., Peters, J. (2019). Ritual Practices and Conflict Mitigation at Early Neolithic Körtik Tepe and Göbekli Tepe, Upper Mesopotamia. In: I. Hodder (Ed.), Violence and the Sacred in the Neolithic: Girardian Conversations at ÇatalhöyĂŒk, 96-128. https.//doi.org/10.1017/9781108567626.006.
  3. Korenevsky, S.N., Berezina, N.Y., Berezin, Y.B., Gresky, J. (2019). New Burials of the Proto-Yamnaya Culture in the Stavropol Region. In: Caucasian Mountains and Mesopotamian Steppe on the Dawn of the Bronze Age., Festschrift in Honour of Rauf M. Munchaev’s 90th Birthday. Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Archaeology. Moscow, 155-179.
  4. Resch, D., Gresky, J. (2018). IXa Burials and Burial Customs. In: K. Bartl (Ed.). The late Neolithic site of Shir, Syria. Volume I. The Excavations at the South Area 2006-2009. Damaszener Forschungen, Vol. 18. ArchÀologische Forschungen in Syrien. Philipp von Zabern, 603-632.
  5. Gresky, J., Haelm, J., Resch, D., Bartl, K., IXb Anthropological and Paleopathological Investigations. In: K. Bartl (Ed.), The late Neolithic site of Shir, Syria. Volume I. The Excavations at the South Area 2006-2009. Damaszener Forschungen, Vol. 18. ArchÀologische Forschungen in Syrien. Philipp von Zabern, 633-687.
  6. Knipper, C., Reinhold, S., Gresky, J., Belinskij, A., Alt, K.W. (2017). Economic strategies at Bronze Age and Early Iron Age upland sites in the North Caucasus: Archaeological and stable isotope investigations In: A.R. Ventresca Miller, C. Makarewicz (Eds.), Isotopic Investigations of Pastoral Production: Innovative Approaches to Patterns of Mobility, Economy, and Exploitation Themes in Contemporary Archaeology, 4. London, New York: Routledge, 123-40.
  7. Reinhold, S., Gresky, J., Kantorovich, A.R., Knipper, C., Maslov, V.E., Petrenko, V.G., Alt, K.W., Belinsky, A.B. (2017). Contextualising innovation. About cattle owners and wagon drivers in the North Caucasus and beyond. In: J. Maran, P. Stockhammer (Eds.), Appropriating Innovations. Entangeled knowledge in Eurasia, 5000-1500 BCE. Papers of the Conference, Heidelberg, 15.–17. Januar 2015. Oxford: Oxbow.
  8. Gresky, J. (2016). PalĂ€opathologische und anthropologische Untersuchungen an den menschlichen Skeletten aus Ćœoan Tobe, Kasachstan. In: A. Gass (Ed.), Das Siebenstromland zwischen Bronze- und FrĂŒheisenzeit. Eine Regionalstudie. Topoi/Berlin Studies of the Ancient World, De Gruyter Verlag, 541-549.
  9. Gresky, J. (2015). Menschenknochen aus Gebel es-Silsileh. Contribution in R. Kuhn. Schweinfurths Schenkungen formativzeitlicher StĂŒcke aus Gebel es-Silsileh – Versuch einer AnnĂ€herung. In: K. Finneiser, J. Helmbold-DoyĂ© (Eds.), Der andere Blick Forscherlust und Wissensdrang. Museumsgabe zum 80. Geburtstag von Karl-Heinz Priese. EBVerlag Berlin, pp. 208-211.
  10. Nováček, J., Gresky, J., Mißbach-GĂŒntner, J., Schultz, M. (2015). Ergebnisse der Untersuchung zur physischen Anthropologie und PalĂ€opathologie am Postcranium der Moorleiche „Moora“. In: A. Bauerochse, H. Haßmann, K. PĂŒschel, M. Schultz (Eds.), Moora – Das MĂ€dchen aus dem Uchter Moor. Eine Moorleiche der Eisenzeit aus Niedersachsen II. Materialhefte zur Ur- und FrĂŒhgeschichte Niedersachsens 47. Rahden/Westf., 31-48.
  11. Mißbach-GĂŒntner, J., Gresky, J., Nováček, J., Dullin, C., Alves, F., Schultz, M., (2015). Detaillierte Computertomographische Untersuchungen zur Evaluation makroskopisch erhobener Befunde an der Moorleiche „Moora“. In: A. Bauerochse, H. Haßmann, K. PĂŒschel, M. Schultz (Eds.), „Moora“ – Das MĂ€dchen aus dem Uchter Moor. Eine Moorleiche der Eisenzeit aus Niedersachsen II. Materialhefte zur Ur- und FrĂŒhgeschichte Niedersachsens 47. Rahden/Westf., 49-61.
  12. Gresky, J., Nováček, J., Mißbach-GĂŒntner, J., Schultz, M. (2015). Ergebnisse der palĂ€opathologischen Untersuchung am Cranium der Moorleiche „Moora“. In: A. Bauerochse, H. Haßmann, K. PĂŒschel, M. Schultz, M. (Eds.), „Moora“ – Das MĂ€dchen aus dem Uchter Moor. Eine Moorleiche der Eisenzeit aus Niedersachsen II. Materialhefte zur Ur- und FrĂŒhgeschichte Niedersachsens 47. Rahden/Westf., 62-72.
  13. Schultz, M., Nováček, J., Mißbach-GĂŒntner, J., Gresky, J., (2015). „Moora“ – Die „Biographie“ eines MĂ€dchens aus der germanischen Eisenzeit. In: A. Bauerochse, H. Haßmann, K. PĂŒschel, M. Schultz (Eds.), „Moora“ – Das MĂ€dchen aus dem Uchter Moor. Eine Moorleiche der Eisenzeit aus Niedersachsen II. Materialhefte zur Ur- und FrĂŒhgeschichte Niedersachsens 47. Rahden/Westf., 109-115.
  14. Schultz, M., Gresky, J., Schön, M.P., Mißbach-GĂŒntner, J., Nováček, J. (2015). Ergebnisse mikroskopischer Untersuchungen an der Moorleiche „Moora“. In: A. Bauerochse, H. Haßmann, K. PĂŒschel, M. Schultz (Eds.), „Moora“ – Das MĂ€dchen aus dem Uchter Moor. Eine Moorleiche der Eisenzeit aus Niedersachsen II. Materialhefte zur Ur- und FrĂŒhgeschichte Niedersachsens 47. Rahden/Westf., 73-97.
  15. Gresky, J. (2013). The paleopathological and anthropological research of five human skeletons excavated in the Necropolis of Beglitsa in 2007. In: O. Dally, A. Zibrij, V. Zibrij, P.  Larenok, V. Larenok, V. (Eds.), ArchĂ€ologische BeitrĂ€ge Band 8. Đ”ĐŸĐœŃĐșĐŸĐ” Đ°Ń€Ń…Đ”ĐŸĐ»ĐŸĐłĐžŃ‡Đ”ŃĐșĐŸĐ” ĐŸĐ±Ń‰Đ”ŃŃ‚ĐČĐŸ 2013, Rostov-on-Don, 109-128.
  16. Gresky, J., Roumelis, N., Kozak, A.D., Schultz, M. (2013). „Folter“ im Alten Reich? Untersuchungen zu den Ursachen und der HĂ€ufigkeit von Traumata bei der altĂ€gyptischen Population von Elephantine. In: D. Raue, S. Seidlmayer, P. Speiser (Eds.), The First Cataract: One region – Diverse perspectives. DAI, Abteilung Kairo, SDAIK 36, De Gruyter, 77-89.
  17. Båtora, J., Behrens, A., Gresky, J., Ivanova, M., Rassmann, K., Toth, P., Winkelmann, K. (2012). The Rise and Decline of the Early Bronze Age Settlement Fidvår near Vråble, Nitra. In: J. Kneisel, W. Kirleis, M. Dal Corso, N. Taylor, V. Tiedtke, V. (Eds.), Collapse or Continuity? Environment and Development of Bronze Age Human Landscapes. UniversitÀtsforschungen zur PrÀhistorischen ArchÀologie Band 205. Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH, Bonn, 111-129.
  18. Gresky, J., Schultz, M. (2011). EinflĂŒsse von Klima- und Wohnbedingungen auf Erkrankungen der Nasennebenhöhlen am Beispiel der Population des bajuwarischen GrĂ€berfeldes von Harting (Oberpfalz), In: N. Benecke, S. Flohr (Eds.). BeitrĂ€ge zur ArchĂ€ozoologie und PrĂ€historischen Anthropologie Bd. – Beier & Beran, Langenweißbach, 83-94.
  19. Schultz, M., Koel, K., Jopp, E., PĂŒschel, K., Gresky, J. (2010). Ergebnisse der palĂ€opathologischen Untersuchung an dem Moorleichenskelett Esterweger Dose. In: M. Fansa, E. Jopp, K. PĂŒschel (Eds.), Das Kind aus der Esterweger Dose, Dokumentation einer außergewöhnlichen Skelett-Moorleiche. Isensee Verlag Oldenburg, 75-91.
  20. Gresky, J. (2008). Ätiologie und Epidemiologie der Erkrankungen des Craniums bei der Population des bajuwarischen GrĂ€berfeldes von Harting (Oberpfalz). Ein Beitrag zur Rekonstruktion des Gesundheitszustandes frĂŒhmittelalterlicher Populationen [Doctoral dissertation, UniversitĂ€t Göttingen 2006].
  21. Roumelis, N., Flohr, S., Schulz, C., Gresky, J., Schultz, M. (2007). Schwein gehabt? Spuren pathologischer Prozesse am SchĂ€del eines rezenten Wildschweins. In: N. Benecke (Ed). BeitrĂ€ge zur ArchĂ€ozoologie und PrĂ€historischen Anthropologie Bd. VI. Beier & Beran, Langenweißbach, 215-218.
  22. Schultz, M., Schmidt-Schultz, T., Gresky, J., Kreutz, K., Berner, M. (2004). Die Menschen von Basta und Ba’ja im akeramischen Neolithikum. In: B. Salje, N. Riedl, G. Schauerte (Eds.). Gesichter des Orients. Philipp von Zabern Verlag, Mainz, 57-60.

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