rebecca gowland
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Entangled lives: Implications of the developmental origins of health and disease hypothesis for bioarchaeology and the life course
RL Gowland
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 158 (4), 530-540, 2015
The social archaeology of funerary remains
R Gowland, C Knusel
Oxbow Books, 2009
Ageing the past: examining age identity from funerary evidence
R Gowland
Social archaeology of funerary remains, 143-154, 2006
A Bayesian approach to ageing perinatal skeletal material from archaeological sites: implications for the evidence for infanticide in Roman-Britain
RL Gowland, AT Chamberlain
Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (6), 677-685, 2002
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: The Official Publication of the …, 2007
Morbidity in the marshes: Using spatial epidemiology to investigate skeletal evidence for malaria in Anglo‐Saxon England (AD 410–1050)
RL Gowland, AG Western
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 147 (2), 301-311, 2012
Detecting plague: palaeodemographic characterisation of a catastrophic death assemblage.
R Gowland, AT Chamberlain
Antiquity. 79 (303), 146-157, 2005
The abrasion of modern and archaeological bones by mobile sediments: the importance of transport modes
CEL Thompson, S Ball, TJU Thompson, R Gowland
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (4), 784-793, 2011
Playing dead: implications of mortuary evidence for the social construction of childhood in Roman Britain
R Gowland, G Davies, A Gardner, K Lockyear
TRAC 2000, 152, 2001
Human identity and identification
R Gowland, T Thompson
Cambridge University Press, 2013
Preface to special issue Entheseal Changes and occupation: technical and theoretical advances and their applications.
CY Henderson, FA Cardoso
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2012
Sex determination of human remains from peptides in tooth enamel
NA Stewart, RF Gerlach, RL Gowland, KJ Gron, J Montgomery
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (52), 13649-13654, 2017
Identifying migrants in Roman London using lead and strontium stable isotopes
H Shaw, J Montgomery, R Redfern, R Gowland, J Evans
Journal of Archaeological Science 66, 57-68, 2016
Child bioarchaeology: Perspectives on the past 10 years
S Mays, R Gowland, S Halcrow, E Murphy
Childhood in the Past 10 (1), 38-56, 2017
Age, ageism and osteological bias: the evidence from late Roman Britain.
R Gowland
Journal of Roman archaeology; supplementary series 65, 153-169, 2007
Occupational mobility in 19th century rural England: the interpretation of entheseal changes
CY Henderson, DD Craps, AC Caffell, AR Millard, R Gowland
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 23 (2), 197-210, 2013
Dedicated followers of fashion? Bioarchaeological perspectives on socio‐economic status, inequality, and health in urban children from the industrial revolution (18th–19th C …
SL Newman, RL Gowland
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 27 (2), 217-229, 2017
On the brink of being: re-evaluating infanticide and infant burial in Roman Britain.
RL Gowland, A Chamberlain, RC Redfern
Journal of Roman archaeology supplementary series. 96, 69-88, 2014
Childhood health in the Roman World: perspectives from the centre and margin of the Empire
R Gowland, R Redfern
Childhood in the Past 3 (1), 15-42, 2010
Skeletal evidence for health, nutritional status and malaria in Rome and the empire
R Gowland, P Garnsey
J. Rom. Arch. Suppl. Series 78, 131-156, 2010
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