Frequency analysis of the CCR5-Delta32 allele in medieval and modern Romanian population.

Frequency analysis of the CCR5-Delta32 allele in medieval and modern Romanian population.

25.06.2013
Paleo-Balkan and Slavic Contributions to the Genetic Pool of Moldavians: Insights from the Y Chromosome

Varzari A, Kharkov V, Nikitin AG, Raicu F, Simonova K, et al. (2013) Paleo-Balkan and Slavic Contributions to the Genetic Pool of Moldavians: Insights from the Y Chromosome. PLoS ONE 8(1): e53731. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0053731.

20.06.2013
Mitochondrial DNA diversity in medieval and modern Romanian population.

Mitochondrial DNA diversity in medieval and modern Romanian population.

16.06.2013
Discriminant Functions for Sexing Skulls applied in the Rainer Osteological Collection (Bucharest, Romania)

The idea of generating discriminant functions for sexing skulls was suggested by the article of Walker (2008). Unlike other methods (Walrath 2004; Williams & Rogers 2006), that seems to be appropriate for ...

14.06.2013
The medieval cemetery from Sibiu/Hermannstadt

The restoration of the historical downtown of Sibiu in the first years of 21st century implied extensive works of the Huet Square which now covers the medieval cemetery of the city ...

14.06.2013
Tracking Hunnic cultural influences through cranial deformation

At the apex of their power, the Huns` cultural influences reached many parts of Europe that their armies had not, including the Roman city of Histria in Romania, located along Lake Sinoe near the Black Sea.

09.04.2013
Set apart: Why were these men dumped in that grave?

Present-day Bucharest (Romania) has been the site of repeated waves of conflict for centuries. We report on the physical evidence of this pattern exhibited in three sets of skeletal remains...

09.04.2013
Evidence of possible interpersonal violence in a female bronze age skeleton from Romania

An archaeological excavation in 1973 uncovered the skeletal remains of a woman from the Bronze Age Monteoru culture...

09.04.2013
The Bronze Age cemetery from Hapria, Romania

This poster examines 27 Bronze Age human skeletons of the cultural group Livezile from the sight of Hapria, Romania dating between 2900-2400 BC.

09.04.2013
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