We present in this paper the archaeological data and the anthropological analysis of the graves found during the 2015 campaign at the site of Doghlauri-Aradetis Orgora (Georgia). The cemetery gave evidence of both Early and Late Bronze age burials in which the skeletal remains of 12 subjects have been brought to light. For them we diagnosed sex and age at death and we recorded anthropological measurements, indexes and traits of the skeleton together with skeletal and dental pathologies of this human sample.

The Human Remains from Doghlauri Cemetery (Field Season 2015)

BERTOLDI, Francesca;ROVA, Elena;Cameriere, Roberto
2016

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We present in this paper the archaeological data and the anthropological analysis of the graves found during the 2015 campaign at the site of Doghlauri-Aradetis Orgora (Georgia). The cemetery gave evidence of both Early and Late Bronze age burials in which the skeletal remains of 12 subjects have been brought to light. For them we diagnosed sex and age at death and we recorded anthropological measurements, indexes and traits of the skeleton together with skeletal and dental pathologies of this human sample.
Anthropology and Ethnology of Caucasus. Proceedings of International Conference dedicated to the 90th Anniversary of Academician Malkas Abdishelishvili
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