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Unravelling biocultural population structure in 4<sup>th</sup>/3<sup>rd</sup> century BC Monterenzio Vecchio (Bologna, Italy) through a comparative analysis of strontium isotopes, non-metric dental evidence, and funerary practices - Fig 1

By Rita Sorrentino (5029121), Eugenio Bortolini (5029109), Federico Lugli (5029106), Giuseppe Mancuso (166914), Laura Buti (5029103), Gregorio Oxilia (5029130), Antonino Vazzana (4817361), Carla Figus (5029112), Maria Cristina Serrangeli (5029124), Cristiana Margherita (5029115), Annachiara Penzo (5029100), Giorgio Gruppioni (406372), Antonio Gottarelli (5029118), Klaus Peter Jochum (350455), Maria Giovanna Belcastro (761446), Anna Cipriani (1996549), Robin N. M. Feeney (5029127) and Stefano Benazzi (227062)

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<p>a) Location of Monterenzio Vecchio in relation to the Italian and Celtic comparative sample. b) Plan of the Etruscan-Celtic necropolis of Monterenzio Vecchio (Cartographic Archive—Museum "Luigi Fantini" of Monterenzio). c) Grave 36: adult male burial with rich grave goods (Photo archive of the Museum "L. Fantini" of Monterenzio).</p

Topics: Ecology, Sociology, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Chemical Sciences not elsewhere classified, century BC marks, strontium isotopes results, latter share affinity, Etruscan mortuary contexts, pattern, Monterenzio Vecchio sample, Monterenzio Vecchio, non-metric, use strontium isotopes, Celtic populations, funerary, trait, Unravelling biocultural population structure, Iron age necropolises, UK
Year: 2018
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0193796.g001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/6054785
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