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Significance Recent studies show that cultivation of wild and domesticated plants was a protracted process that developed across southwest Asia. However, there have not been sufficient data to evaluate whether cereal cultivation and... more
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      Geography, Archaeology, Prehistoric Archaeology, Archaeobotany
Significance Recent studies show that cultivation of wild and domesticated plants was a protracted process that developed across southwest Asia. However, there have not been sufficient data to evaluate whether cereal cultivation and... more
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      Geography, Archaeology, Prehistoric Archaeology, Archaeobotany
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      Archaeology, Hellenistic History, Sports History, Greek Epigraphy
Both leprosy and tuberculosis were prevalent in Europe during the first millennium but thereafter leprosy declined. It is not known why this occurred, but one suggestion is that cross–immunity protected tuberculosis patients from leprosy.... more
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      Ancient History, Medieval History, Paleopathology, Biology
This volume brings together a series of papers reflecting a number of lectures given at the Universite catholique de Louvain (UCL) in 2010-2012 in the frame of a seminar entitled La naissance des cites cretoises. Eight Cretan sites (Axos,... more
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      Geography, Greek History, State Formation, Greek Archaeology
Neste artigo abordaremos a correlação entre as funções sociais e os usos sexuais dos corpos femininos a partir da obra Sobre o Assassinato de Eratóstenes do orador Lísias. Trataremos de maneira mais específica as temáticas associadas à... more
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      Gender Studies, Sexuality, Ancient Greek History, Florentia Iliberritana
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      Plutarch, Sparta, Ancient Greek History, Ancient Warfare
We performed a histopathological study on the mummified tissue specimens of seven pre-Columbian mummies which arrived in Italy in the second half of the 19th century and are housed in the Section of Anthropology and Ethnology of the... more
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      Anthropology, Medieval History, Paleopathology, Indian ancient history
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      Ancient History, Comparative Politics, Homer, Mycenaean era archaeology
The general lack of well-preserved juvenile skeletal remains from Caribbean archaeological sites has, in the past, prevented evaluations of juvenile dietary changes. Canímar Abajo (Cuba), with a large number of well-preserved juvenile and... more
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      Evolutionary Biology, Bioarchaeology, Diet, Ecology
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      Philosophy, Greek Tragedy, Political Science, Democracy
O presente artigo procura analisar como, nos poemas homéricos, são apresentadas certas concepções relativas à psykhé e ao estatuto dos defuntos, no intuito de observar em que medida alguns elementos presentes nessas concepções podem ser... more
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      Ancient Religion, Ancient Philosophy, Ancient Greek History, Ancient Greek Philosophy
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      Ancient History, Homer, Ancient Greek History, Homeric poetry
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      Ancient Greek History, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Ancient Greek Literature
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      Philosophy Of Language, Homer, Art, Gesture
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      Ancient Greek History, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Ancient Greek Literature
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      Philosophy Of Language, Homer, Art, Gesture
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      Ancient History, Anthropology, Mythology, Greek Literature
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      Greek Literature, Art, Ancient Greek Religion, Greek Myth
L'etude de la recurrence des scenes de combat singulier dans l'Iliade permet de remarquer que le duel est regulierement precede d'un discours de defi, consistant en une apostrophe (nom et patronyme) ou une interrogation sur... more
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      Archaeology, Anthropology, Art, Ancient Greek History