2006. Nilsson Stutz, L. Setting it Straight. A re-analysis of the Mesolithic Barum burial according to the principles of Anthropologie ‘de terrain.’

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T1 - 2006. Nilsson Stutz, L. Setting it Straight. A re-analysis of the Mesolithic Barum burial according to the principles of Anthropologie ‘de terrain.’

AU - Nilsson Stutz, Liv

PY - 2006

Y1 - 2006

N2 - The Mesolithic burial from Barum in Northeastern Scania has long been a subject of academic controversy regarding both the age of the burial and the sex assessment of the remains. A less public discussion has taken place regarding the initial position of the body in the burial. In this article, the documentation of the burial is analyzed in detail according to the taphonomic principles of anthropologie ‘de terrain’ and a reconstruction is proposed based on the results.

AB - The Mesolithic burial from Barum in Northeastern Scania has long been a subject of academic controversy regarding both the age of the burial and the sex assessment of the remains. A less public discussion has taken place regarding the initial position of the body in the burial. In this article, the documentation of the burial is analyzed in detail according to the taphonomic principles of anthropologie ‘de terrain’ and a reconstruction is proposed based on the results.

KW - reconstruction

KW - Barum

KW - anthropologie de terrain

KW - mesolithic burial practices

M3 - Article

SP - 37

EP - 46

JO - Lund Archaeological Review

JF - Lund Archaeological Review

SN - 1401-2189

ER -