18/II 2014 (Archaeothanatology)

Annales Universitatis Apulensis. Series Historica

Universitatea "1 Decembrie 1918" din Alba Iulia

ISSN 1453-9306 


The Archaeology of Death: Archaeothanatology. An Introduction 5-9



JOHN CHAPMAN, ROSALIND WALLDUCK, SEVI TRIANTAPHYLLOU, Disarticulated Human Bone Disposal During the Mesolithic, Neolithic and Chalcolithic in the Balkans and Greece 11-46

RALUCA KOGĂLNICEANU, “Over his/her Dead Body”: Means of Treating the Human Body at the Hamangia Cemetery from Cernavodă 47-60

MIHAI GLIGOR, KIRSTY MCLEOD, Disarticulation as a Mortuary Practice in Early Eneolithic Transylvania? a Case Study from Alba Iulia - Lumea Nouă (Transylvania, Romania) 61-86

GEORGE BODI, LOREDANA SOLCAN, LUMINIȚA BEJENARU, Arguments for an Alternative Approach to the Interpretation of the Human Remains from the Cucuteni Culture 87-94

GABRIEL BĂLAN, Deviant Burials of Wietenberg Culture at Miceşti–Cigaş (Alba County, Romania) 95-118

GABRIEL BĂLAN, COLIN P. QUINN, Radiocarbon Data of Funerary Discoveries from Middle Bronze Age Settlement at Miceşti–Cigaş (Alba County, Romania) 119-126

CLAUDIA RADU, NORBERT SZEREDAI, BEATRICE KELEMEN, Anthropological Data Regarding Three Adult Individuals from a Middle Bronze Age Archaeological Context 127-134

ALPÁR DOBOS, Plunder or Ritual? The Phenomenon of Grave Reopening in the Row-Grave Cemeteries from Transylvania (6th-7th Centuries) 135-162

BERNADETTE M. MANIFOLD, Childhood Health and Disease in Medieval Ireland 163-178