Different shapes, but same people: scaphocephalic skulls from Romania

A number of seven skulls from Rainer collection and one from University Square cemetery were identified with scaphocephaly. For all the skulls, age and sex was established, and also the measurements and pathology were recorded.

Understanding epidemics in the Crimean War. A case of forensic autopsy on a Russian officer buried in Bucharest, Romania

Archaeological excavations in the Bucharest’s center, brought to light ten graves belonging to adult males, which according to the parade uniforms in which they were buried, were officers of the Russian Imperial Army.

Reproduction in the Bucharest’s past – how the human bones can reconstruct a demographic behavior

A number of nine archaeological samples (three urban and six rural) were demographic analyzed for crude rate of natality and mortality, life expectancy and coefficient of fertility.



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