The Cambridge encyclopedia of human paleopathology

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  • Rodríguez
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The Encyclopedia of Human Paleopathology is the major reference work for all those interested in the identification of disease in ancient human remains, especially paleopathologists, archeologists, physicians and anthropologists. It includes detailed descriptions and photographs of all conditions causing effects recogniza ble with the unaided eye on bone, tooth or mummified soft tissue, together with descriptions of the disease's antiquity, history and epidemiology, making it by far the most comprehensive book available on the subject.

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  • Arthur C. Aufderheide

  • Rodríguez

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