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Human Remains in the Museum: Kimberley Burial Workshop
Teeth, dental disease and diet
When Peoples Meet: models of biological interaction between aboriginal foragers and their neighbours during the Holocene
Sex, Ethnicity and the Colonial Frontier
The role of physical anthropology in the study of African history
Correspondence about location of field notes from 1936 excavations at Kakamas
Correspondence about specimens for the Holocene Catalogue of Human Remains (published in 1992)
Correspondence about specimens for the Holocene Catalogue of Human Remains (published in 1992)
Human Remains in the Museum: Kimberley Burial Workshop
Teeth, dental disease and diet
When Peoples Meet: models of biological interaction between aboriginal foragers and their neighbours during the Holocene
Sex, Ethnicity and the Colonial Frontier
The role of physical anthropology in the study of African history
Correspondence about location of field notes from 1936 excavations at Kakamas
Correspondence about specimens for the Holocene Catalogue of Human Remains (published in 1992)
Correspondence about specimens for the Holocene Catalogue of Human Remains (published in 1992)
Human Remains in the Museum: Kimberley Burial Workshop
Three case studies of forager/agropastoralist interaction during the advent of the Iron Age in southern Africa: a human osteological perspective

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