Kirsten Green Mink
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The use of stable isotope analysis on burials at Cahal Pech, Belize in order to identify trends in mortuary practices over time and space
KA Green
University of Montana, 2016
112016
The Dead Do Tell Tales: Unravelling the Case of Cahal Pech's John or Jane Doe
JJ Awe, CE Ebert, C Friewald, K Green
Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology 14, 213-226, 2017
92017
How it Falls apart: identifying terminal deposits in Group B to date the “Classic Maya Collapse” at Baking Pot, Belize
JA Hoggarth, JJ Awe, SE Bednar, AL Johnson, A McKeown, S Lonaker, ...
The Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project: a report of the …, 2016
82016
Mobility Among the Maya of the Belize Valley
C Freiwald, A Novotny, K Green
Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology, 91-100, 2019
2019
ANTY 413.01: Forensic and Mortuary Archaeology
K Green
2018
19 THE DEAD DO TELL TALES: UNRAVELLING THE CASE OF CAHAL PECH’S JANE OR JOHN DOE
JJ Awe, CE Ebert, C Freiwald, K Green
2017
You don't have a leg to stand on: a case study of femo-tibial fusion from a cave in the Andahuaylas Province, Peru.
KA Green, DS Kurin
American Association of Physical Anthropologists, 2012
2012
Changes in Osteoarthritis of the Elbow and Shoulder Joints in Women when Trasitioning from Hunting and Gathering to an Agricultural Subsistence
KA Green
University of Montana, 2008
2008
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