Tuberculosis cases in the early modern Bucharest

The study presents nine skeletons, discovered in the University Square cemetery (16th-19th centuries), with bone modifications cause by an infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

16.09.2014
A possible case of spondylo-epiphyseal dysplasia from the Late Roman necropolis of Ibida (Slava Rusa), Romania

The skeleton (noted M 78) was discovered in 2004 at Slava Rusa necropolis (Tulcea County) from eastern Romania. The archaeological excavations for cemetery started in 2001 with a discovery of a family vault.

15.09.2014

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