rebecca gowland
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
1632015
The social archaeology of funerary remains
R Gowland, C Knusel
Oxbow Books, 2009
1542009
Ageing the past: examining age identity from funerary evidence
R Gowland
Social archaeology of funerary remains, 143-154, 2006
1312006
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
1192002
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
1092007
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
1042012
Detecting plague: palaeodemographic characterisation of a catastrophic death assemblage.
R Gowland, AT Chamberlain
Antiquity. 79 (303), 146-157, 2005
922005
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
702011
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
662001
Human identity and identification
R Gowland, T Thompson
Cambridge University Press, 2013
642013
Preface to special issue Entheseal Changes and occupation: technical and theoretical advances and their applications.
CY Henderson, FA Cardoso
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2012
612012
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
582016
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
572017
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
522017
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
492017
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
492013
Age, ageism and osteological bias: the evidence from late Roman Britain.
R Gowland
Journal of Roman archaeology; supplementary series 65, 153-169, 2007
492007
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
452014
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
422010
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
412010
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