Karen Hardy
Karen Hardy
Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology, University of Glasgow
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Neanderthal behaviour, diet, and disease inferred from ancient DNA in dental calculus
LS Weyrich, S Duchene, J Soubrier, L Arriola, B Llamas, J Breen, ...
Nature 544 (7650), 357-361, 2017
Neanderthal medics? Evidence for food, cooking, and medicinal plants entrapped in dental calculus
K Hardy, S Buckley, MJ Collins, A Estalrrich, D Brothwell, L Copeland, ...
Naturwissenschaften 99, 617-626, 2012
The importance of dietary carbohydrate in human evolution
K Hardy, J Brand-Miller, KD Brown, MG Thomas, L Copeland
The Quarterly review of biology 90 (3), 251-268, 2015
Starch granules, dental calculus and new perspectives on ancient diet
K Hardy, T Blakeney, L Copeland, J Kirkham, R Wrangham, M Collins
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (2), 248-255, 2009
Dental calculus reveals unique insights into food items, cooking and plant processing in prehistoric central Sudan
S Buckley, D Usai, T Jakob, A Radini, K Hardy
PloS one 9 (7), e100808, 2014
Beyond food: The multiple pathways for inclusion of materials into ancient dental calculus
A Radini, E Nikita, S Buckley, L Copeland, K Hardy
American journal of physical anthropology 162, 71-83, 2017
Living lithics: ethnoarchaeology in highland Papua New Guinea
P Sillitoe, K Hardy
Antiquity 77 (297), 555-566, 2003
Dental calculus reveals potential respiratory irritants and ingestion of essential plant-based nutrients at Lower Palaeolithic Qesem Cave Israel
K Hardy, A Radini, S Buckley, R Sarig, L Copeland, A Gopher, R Barkai
Quaternary International 398, 129-135, 2016
Prehistoric string theory. How twisted fibres helped to shape the world
K Hardy
antiquity 82 (316), 271-280, 2008
Diet and environment 1.2 million years ago revealed through analysis of dental calculus from Europe’s oldest hominin at Sima del Elefante, Spain
K Hardy, A Radini, S Buckley, R Blasco, L Copeland, F Burjachs, J Girbal, ...
The Science of Nature 104, 1-5, 2017
Plant use in the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic: Food, medicine and raw materials
K Hardy
Quaternary Science Reviews 191, 393-405, 2018
Automated classification of starch granules using supervised pattern recognition of morphological properties
J Wilson, K Hardy, R Allen, L Copeland, R Wrangham, M Collins
Journal of Archaeological Science 37 (3), 594-604, 2010
Neanderthal self-medication in context
K Hardy, S Buckley, M Huffman
Antiquity 87 (337), 873-878, 2013
Shellfishing and shell midden construction in the Saloum Delta, Senegal
K Hardy, A Camara, R Piqué, E Dioh, M Guèye, HD Diadhiou, M Faye, ...
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 41, 19-32, 2016
Neanderthals, trees and dental calculus: new evidence from El Sidrón
A Radini, S Buckley, A Rosas, A Estalrrich, M De la Rasilla, K Hardy
Antiquity 90 (350), 290-301, 2016
Paleomedicine and the Evolutionary Context of Medicinal Plant Use.
K Hardy
Revista Brasileira de de Farmacognosia, 2021
Scotland's First Settlers: the Mesolithic seascape of the Inner Sound, Skye and its contribution to the early prehistory of Scotland
K Hardy, C Wickham-Jones
Antiquity 76 (293), 825-833, 2002
Archaeological starch
K Copeland Les, Hardy
Agronomy 8 (1), 4, 2018
Shell energy: mollusc shells as coastal resources
GN Bailey, K Hardy, A Camara
Mesolithic and later sites around the Inner Sound, Scotland
K Hardy, C Wickham-Jones, P Ashmore, P Austin, J Barrett, S Campbell, ...
Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports 31, 1-753, 2009
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