Mary Lewis
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The bioarchaeology of children: perspectives from biological and forensic anthropology
ME Lewis
Cambridge University Press, 2007
Strontium and stable isotope evidence for diet and mobility in Roman Gloucester, UK
C Chenery, G Mueldner, J Evans, H Eckardt, M Lewis
Journal of archaeological Science 37 (1), 150-163, 2010
Impact of industrialization: comparative study of child health in four sites from medieval and postmedieval England (AD 850–1859)
ME Lewis
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 119 (3), 211-223, 2002
Endocranial lesions in non‐adult skeletons: Understanding their aetiology
ME Lewis
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 14 (2), 82-97, 2004
Growing pains: the interpretation of stress indicators
M Lewis, C Roberts
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 7 (6), 581-586, 1997
Migration and diversity in Roman Britain: a multidisciplinary approach to the identification of immigrants in Roman York, England
S Leach, M Lewis, C Chenery, G Müldner, H Eckardt
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 140 (3), 546-561, 2009
Comparison of child morbidity in two contrasting medieval cemeteries from Denmark
P Bennike, ME Lewis, H Schutkowski, F Valentin
american Journal of physical anthropology 128 (4), 734-746, 2005
Life and death in a civitas capital: metabolic disease and trauma in the children from late Roman Dorchester, Dorset
ME Lewis
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 142 (3), 405-416, 2010
Brief and precarious lives: Infant mortality in contrasting sites from medieval and post‐medieval England (AD 850–1859)
ME Lewis, R Gowland
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134 (1), 117-129, 2007
Comparative study of the prevalence of maxillary sinusitis in later medieval urban and rural populations in northern England
ME Lewis, CA Roberts, K Manchester
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 98 (4), 497-506, 1995
Non-adult palaeopathology: current status and future potential
M Lewis
Human osteology in archaeology and forensic science, 39-57, 2000
Paleopathology of children: Identification of pathological conditions in the human skeletal remains of non-adults
M Lewis
Academic Press, 2017
Proposing a way forward: a review of standardisation in the use of age categories and ageing techniques in osteological analysis (2004–2009)
CG Falys, ME Lewis
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 21 (6), 704-716, 2011
A Lady of York: migration, ethnicity and identity in Roman Britain
S Leach, H Eckardt, C Chenery, G Müldner, M Lewis
Antiquity 84 (323), 131-145, 2010
Urbanisation and child health in medieval and post-medieval England: an assessment of the morbidity and mortality of non-adult skeletons from the cemeteries of two urban and …
M Lewis
Archaeopress, 2002
People on the move in Roman Britain
H Eckardt, G Müldner, M Lewis
World Archaeology 46 (4), 534-550, 2014
Work and the Adolescent in Medieval England ad 900–1550: The Osteological Evidence
M Lewis
Medieval Archaeology 60 (1), 138-171, 2016
Tuberculosis in the non-adults from Romano-British Poundbury Camp, Dorset, England
ME Lewis
International Journal of Paleopathology 1 (1), 12-23, 2011
The past and present of leprosy: archaeological, historical, palaeopathological and clinical approaches: 3rd International Congress on the Evolution and palaeoepidemiology of …
CA Roberts, ME Lewis, K Manchester
Archaeopress, 2002
Thalassaemia: its diagnosis and interpretation in past skeletal populations
ME Lewis
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 22 (6), 685-693, 2012
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