Martin J. Smith
Martin J. Smith
Principal Academic Forensic Anthropology
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Compiling a skeletal inventory: disarticulated and co-mingled remains
JI McKinley, M Smith
Updated guidelines to the standards for recording human remains, 20, 2004
214*2004
Experimental evidence for lithic projectile injuries: improving identification of an under-recognised phenomenon
MJ Smith, MB Brickley, SL Leach
Journal of Archaeological Science 34, 540-553, 2007
962007
People of the Long Barrows
MJ Smith, MB Brickley
The History Press, 2009
79*2009
Culturally Determined Patterns of Violence: Biological Anthropological Investigations at a Historic Urban Cemetery
MB Brickley, MJ Smith
American Anthropologist 108, 163-177, 2006
792006
The Routledge Handbook of the Bioarchaeology of Human Conflict
CJ Knüsel, MJ Smith
Routledge, 2013
742013
Craig Rhos-y-felin: a Welsh bluestone megalith quarry for Stonehenge
MP Pearson, R Bevins, R Ixer, J Pollard, C Richards, K Welham, B Chan, ...
Antiquity 89, 1331-1352, 2015
502015
An investigation of red fox (Vulpes vulpes) and Eurasian badger (Meles meles) scavenging, scattering, and removal of deer remains: forensic implications and applications
A Young, N Márquez-Grant, R Stillman, MJ Smith, AH Korstjens
Journal of Forensic Sciences 60 (S1), S39-S55, 2015
442015
Bones chewed by canids as evidence of human excarnation: a British case study
MJ Smith
Antiquity 80, 1-15, 2006
432006
Analysis and interpretation of flint toolmarks found on bones from West Tump long barrow, Gloucestershire
MJ Smith, MB Brickley
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 14, 18-33, 2004
402004
The date and sequence of use of Neolithic funerary monuments: New AMS dating evidence from the Cotswold Severn region
MJ Smith, MB Brickley
Oxford Journal of Archaeology 25, 335-356, 2006
322006
Blast injury and the human skeleton: An important emerging aspect of conflict related trauma
M Dussault, MJ Smith, D Osselton
Journal of Forensic Sciences 59, 606-612, 2014
292014
An experimental study of vertebrate scavenging behavior in a northwest European woodland context
A Young, R Stillman, M Smith, A Korstjens
Journal of Forensic Sciences 59, 1333-42, 2014
282014
Fantastic plastic? Experimental evaluation of polyurethane bone substitutes as proxies for human bone in trauma simulations
MJ Smith, S James, T Pover, N Ball, V Barnetson, B Foster, C Guy, ...
Legal Medicine 17 (5), 427-435, 2015
252015
Scavenger Species-typical Alteration to Bone: Using Bite Mark Dimensions to Identify Scavengers
A Young, R Stillman, M Smith, A Korstjens
Journal of Forensic Sciences 60, 1426-1435, 2015
212015
The Osteology of conflict: what does it all mean?
C Knüsel, MJ Smith
The Routledge Handbook of the Bioarchaeology of Human Conflict, 2013
202013
The war to begin all wars? Contextualizing violence in Neolithic Britain
MJ Smith
The Routledge Handbook of the Bioarchaeology of Human Conflict. London …, 2014
162014
Scanning electron microscope analysis of gunshot defects to bone: an underutilized source of information on ballistic trauma
J Rickman, MJ Smith
Journal of Forensic Sciences 59, 1473-1486, 2014
162014
The osteology of decapitation burials from Roman Britain: a post-mortem burial rite?
K Tucker
The Routledge handbook of the bioarchaeology of human conflict, 259-282, 2013
162013
Holding on to the Past: Southern British Evidence for Mummification and Retention of the Dead in the Chalcolithic and Bronze Age
MJ Smith, MJ Allen, D Delbarre, T Booth, P Cheetham, L Bailey, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science Reports, 2016
142016
Introduction. The bioarchaeology of conflict
C Knüsel, MJ Smith
The Routledge Handbook of the Bioarchaeology of Human Conflict. Routledge, 3-24, 2014
132014
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