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Parasite infection at the early farming community of Çatalhöyük2019 Antiquity 93 (369): 573-87
  • Christopher J. Knüsel
  • Evilena Anastasiou
  • Helen Mackay
  • Ian D. Bull
  • Lisa-Marie Shillito
  • Marissa L. Ledger
  • Piers D. Mitchell
  • Scott D. Haddow
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Trichus trichiura in the mummified remains of southern Siberian nomads2018 Antiquity 92 (362): 410-20
  • Alexander Alekseevich Tsybankov
  • Alisa Vladimirovna Zubova
  • Konstantin Vladimirovich Chugunov
  • Sergey MiIkhailovich Slepchenko
  • Sergey Nikolaevich Ivanov
  • Vyacheslav Sergeyevich Slavinsky
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
A new approach: combining dental enamel hypoplasia and palaeoparasitological analysis in medieval Islamic individuals buried in Santarém (Portugal)2017 Antropologia portuguesa 34: 111-33
  • Ana Luísa Santos
  • António Matias
  • Daniela Cunha
  • Luciana Sianto
H6 [ANTROPOLOGIA-]0870-0990Portuguese summary
Open for competition: domesticates, parasitic domesticoids and the agricultural niche2017 Archaeology International (20): 112-23
  • Chris J. Stevens
  • Dorian Q. Fuller
H6/KE [INTERNATIONAL-]1463-1725in thematic section 'Civilisation and human niche construction'
Archaeological parasites as indicators of environmental change in urbanizing landscapes: implications for health and social status2017 American antiquity 82 (3): 517-35
  • Heather B. Trigg
  • John M. Steinberg
  • Stephen A. Mrozowski
  • Susan A. Jacobucci
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Estimation of parasite infection prevalence of Joseon people by paleoparasitological data updates from the ancient feces of pre-modern Korean mummies2017 Anthropological Science 125 (1): 9-14
  • Chang Seok Oh
  • Jong Ha Hong
  • Jong-Yil Chai
  • Min Seo
  • Soon Chul Cha
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Human intestinal parasites from the Wushantou site in neolithic period Taiwan (800-1 BC)2016 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 11 (3): 425-34
  • Hui-Yuan Yeh
  • Piers D. Mitchell
  • Yu-Pei Chen
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
Bioarchaeological reconstruction of the funeral rite - case study based on organic material from the Hallstatt period tumulus at the site Zahrádka (south Bohemia, Czech Republic)2015 Památky archeologické 106: 95-135
  • Aleš Bezděk
  • Helena Březinová
  • Kristýna Farkašová
  • Petra Houfková
  • Tereza Šálková
H6/KE [PAMATKY-]0031-0506Czech summary
Life in the proto-urban style: the identification of parasite eggs in micromorphological thin sections from the Basel-Gasfabrik late iron age settlement, Switzerland2014 Journal of archaeological science 43: 55-65
  • Christine Pümpin
  • David Brönniman
  • Philippe Rentzel
  • Sandra L. Pichler
Head combs for delousing in ancient Arican populations: scratching for the evidence2014 Chungará 46 (4): 693-706
  • Bernardo Arriaza
  • Felix Olivares
  • Jorg Heukelbach
  • Vicky Cassman
  • Vivien G. Standen
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182Spanish summary
Palaeoparasitology essay2014 Bulletin du Musée d'Anthropologie préhistorique de Monaco 54: 33-40
  • Anne-Sophie Lartigot-Campin
H6/KE [MONACO. Musee d'Anthropologie Prehistorique. Bulletin]0544-7631
Man in prehistoric times: its vegetal environment, subsistence strategies, cultural evolution and... the pollen comes in2014 Bulletin du Musée d'Anthropologie préhistorique de Monaco 54: 5-11
  • Anne-Sophie Lartigot-Campin
  • Jacqueline Argant
  • Josette Renault-Miskovsky
  • Marie-Françoise Diot
  • Michel Girard
H6/KE [MONACO. Musee d'Anthropologie Prehistorique. Bulletin]0544-7631English summary
Intestinal parasites in a mid-14th century latrine from Riga, Latvia: fish tapeworm and the consumption of uncooked fish in the medieval eastern Baltic region2014 Journal of archaeological science 49: 83-9
  • Aleks Pluskowski
  • Hui-Yuan Yeh
  • Piers D. Mitchell
  • Uldis Kalējs
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Clarifying prehistoric parasitism from a complementary morphological and molecular approach2013 Journal of archaeological science 40 (7): 3060-6
  • Cecil M. Lewis jr.
  • Karl J. Reinhard
  • Lauren M. Cleeland
  • Mason V. Reichard
  • Raul Y. Tito
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Archaeoparasitological report on abdominal burial soil from the Zhengzhou Jinshui and Xinzheng Lihe cemeteries2012 Acta anthropologica sinica 31 (4): 415-23
  • Ju-zhong Zhang
  • Wen-quan Fan
  • Yi Weng
  • Ying-jun Xin
  • Yuan-yi Wei
H6/HB [ACTA-]1000-3139English summary
Paleoepidemiology of intestinal parasites and lice in pre-Columbian South America2011 Chungará 43 (2): 303-13
  • Adauto Araújo
  • Alena Iñiguez
  • Daniela Leles
  • Karl Reinhard
  • Luciana Sianto
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182Spanish summary
Seeds/fruits, pollen and parasite remains as evidence of site function: piazza Garibaldi, - Parma (N Italy) in Roman and mediaeval times2011 Journal of archaeological science 38 (7): 1621-33
  • Assunta Florenzano
  • Aurora Pederzoli
  • Giovanna Bosi
  • Isabella Massamba N'siala
  • Marta Bandino Mazzanti
  • Rossella Rinaldi
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Raptor pellets as zooarchaeological material for paleoparasitological studies in Patagonia2011 Journal of archaeological science 38 (7): 1511-15
  • Carlos Aschero
  • María Ornela Beltrame
  • María Teresa Civalero
  • Martín Horacio Fugassa
  • Norma Haydée Sardella
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Archaeoparasitological investigation of a mummy2010 Anthropologie (Brno) 48 (2): 177-84
  • Adauto Araújo
  • Dario Piombino-Mascali
  • Karl J. Reinhard
  • Kelsey J. Kumm
Palaeoparasitological results from coprolites dated at the pleistocene-holocene transition as source of palaeoecological evidence in Patagonia2010 Journal of archaeological science 37 (4): 880-4
  • Carlos Aschero
  • María Ornela Beltrame
  • María Teresa Civalero
  • Martín Horacio Fugassa
  • Norma Haydée Sardella
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
A parasitological paradox: why is ascarid infection so rare in the prehistoric Americas?2010 Journal of archaeological science 37 (7): 1510-20
  • Alena M. Iñiguez
  • Daniela Leles
  • Karl J. Reinhard
  • L. F. Ferreira
  • Martín Fugassa
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The origin of the Armenian people in the context of palaeoanthropological data2009 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 5: 99-119
  • A.IU. KHudaverdian
H6/KVY [ETNOGRAFICHESKOE-]0869-5415English summary
Detection of parasite eggs from a moat encircling the royal palace of Silla, the ancient Korean Kingdom2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (11): 2531-9
  • Chang Seok Oh
  • Dong Hoon Shin
  • Jong Yil Chai
  • Taeeun Chung
  • Yang Su Yi
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Paleoparasitological analysis applied to museum-curated sacra from meridional Patagonian collections2008 Journal of archaeological science 35 (5): 1408-11
  • Adauto Araújo
  • Guillermo M. Denegri
  • Martín H. Fugassa
  • Norma H. Sardella
  • Ricardo A. Guichón
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Intestinal parasitic worm eggs from a crusader period cesspool in the city of Acre (Israel)2007 Levant 39: 91-5
  • Piers D. Mitchell
  • Yotam Tepper
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
Head lice eggs, Anthropophthirus capitis, from mummies of the Chinchorro tradition, Camarones 15-D, northern Chile2007 Chungará 40 (1): 31-9
  • Deanne G. Matheny
  • Kosta Y. Mumcuoglu
  • Mario A. Rivera
  • Ray T. Matheny
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182English summary
New palaeoparasitological techniques2006 Journal of archaeological science 33 (3): 372-7
  • M.R. Hidalgo Argüello
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Parasites, paleoclimate, and the peopling of the Americas. Using the hookworm to time the Clovis migration2006 Current anthropology 47 (1): 193-200
  • Adauto Araujo
  • Alvaro Montenegro
  • Luiz Fernando Ferreira
  • Michael Eby
  • Renėe Hetherington
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204
Palaeoparasitological analysis in coprolite founding in archaeological sites from Patagonia austral: defining and perspectives2005 Magallania 33 (2): 13-19
  • Martín Fugassa
  • Ricardo Guichón
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0718-0209English summary
Is cribra orbitalia synonymous with anaemia ? Analysis and interpretation of cranial pathology in Sudan2004 American journal of physical anthropology 123 (4): 333-9
  • Eric Grubézy
  • Michael Schultz
  • Ulrike Wapler
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
The human adaptations to meat eating: a reappraisal2002 Human evolution 17 (3/4): 199-206
  • C. M. Hladik
  • P. Pasquet
comments on 'Human adaptation to meat eating' by M Henneberg, V Sarafis and K Mathers in Hum Evol 1998 (13:3/4) 229-34
Funnel chest in 10-16th century fossil material2000 Anthropologiai közlemények 41: 57-61
  • Gabor Toth
  • Gyorgy Lazáry
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIAI-]0003-5440English summary
The diagnosis of schistosomiasis in modern and ancient tissues by means of immunocytochemistry2000 Chungará 32 (1): 127-31
  • Patricia Rutherford
0716-1182Spanish summary
Human adaptation to meat eating1998 Human evolution 13 (3/4): 229-34
  • K. Mathers
  • M. Henneberg
  • V. Sarafis
H6/HB [HUMAN-]in special issue dedicated to Beatrix Gardner
Parasites, porotic hyperostosis, and the implications of changing perspectives1997 American antiquity 62 (2): 183-93
  • Michael J. O'Brien
  • Thomas D. Holland
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]Spanish summary
Parasitology as an interpretive tool in archaeology1992 American antiquity 57 (2): 231-45
  • K J Reinhard
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]Spanish summary
Intestinal helminths in lowland South American Indians: some evolutionary interpretations1991 Human biology 63 (6): 863-73
  • A J G Araújo
  • L F Ferreira
  • U Confalonier