Growing up through the Anatolian Neolithic: child health and development at Aşıklı Höyük


Year(s):  2012-2013

Grant Recipient: Brenna Hassett, Post Doctoral Researcher, Natural History Museum


Funding:  BIAA

Under BIAA SRI(s):  Habitat and Settlement in prehistoric, historical and environmental perspective


Summary: This project used cutting edge microscopic bioarchaeological methods to reveal a detailed weekly record of growth in the dental enamel of sub-adult human remains from the archaeological site Aşıklı Höyük. This record will in turn offer detailed insight into changes in child health and development across the period of Neolithic transition in Anatolia.

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Archaeology and Related Disciplines

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