Vous êtes ici : Accueil › Recherche
› RECHERCHER
Titre
Auteur
Mot-clé
Année avant
Année après
Plus d'options

› AFFINER

› RESULTATS DE LA RECHERCHE  
70 résultats › Tri  › Par 
collection_x
Source : Hypotheses.org

Medieval pig management

Thomas, Richard (19 nov. 2012)

I have a new paper published that explores the impact of Black Death on pig management...I hope it is of interest. Hamilton, J. and Thomas, R. 2012. Pannage, pulses and pigs: isotopic and zooarchaeological evidence for changing pig management practices in 14th century England. Journal of Medieval ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Remapping the Black Death in the Age of Genomics and GIS

Schreg, Rainer (20 sept. 2012)

127th annual meeting of the American Historical Association, January 2013 at New Orleans http://aha.confex.com/aha/2013/webprogram/Session7774.html with abstracts of the papers http://contagions.wordpress.com/2012/09/19/aha-2013-the-power-of-cartography-remapping-the-black-death-in-the-age-of- ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

re: Livestock size change in the 14th century

Thomas, Richard (21 oct. 2013)

For a little while now, I have been interested in identifying and explaining changes in the size of domestic livestock in the 14th century. This research was originally inspired by my analysis of the animal remains from Dudley Castle, West Midlands, UK, which revealed a statistically-significant ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Introduction – Giuseppe Muci

gmuci (15 juin 2016)

I'm an archaeologist and third-year PhD candidate in Science for Cultural Heritage at the University of Salento (Lecce, in southern Italy). My main fields of interest are landscape and settlement pattern changes in southern Italy from the Late Antique to the Early Modern period, with a specific ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Human skeletal health before and after the Black Death

Schreg, Rainer (6 sept. 2012)

Ongoing analysis of the human skeletal remains from London by Sharon DeWitte reveals changes in health and lifespan in the wake of the Black Death, and adds to the growing body of bioarchaeological evidence that life for survivors was better. http://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/ ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

A yet unknown reservoir of yersinia pestis in Europe

Schreg, Rainer (14 janv. 2016)

A new study provides data on long-term presence of yersinia pestis from 14th c. onwards by using analysis of ancient DNA (aDNA). The study is based on two different sites in Germany, spanning a time period of more than 300 years. One of them is the 14th c. mass grave at the St. Leonhard church in ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Introduction - Fabian Crespo

facrespo (21 sept. 2012)

I am a biological anthropologist interested in human evolutionary immunology. My               primary research interest is to study the potential role of past pathogenic experiences (i.e.: Black Death)  in shaping the immune responses in human populations. Since 2007, I am studying ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Gary King - Environmental Archaeologist

gaking (18 sept. 2012)

I am a Junior Research Fellow at Durham University, UK. My research focuses on the relationship between culture and environment, where I integrate the methods and media of environmental archaeology and archaeological sciences. I am particularly interested in the information that may be gleaned ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Plague or rather climate?

Schreg, Rainer (27 sept. 2012)

Audun Dybdahl: Climate and demographic crises in Norway in medieval and early modern times. The Holocene 22 (10), 2012, 1159-1167 doi:10.1177/0959683612441843 http://hol.sagepub.com/content/22/10/1159 The paper claims that the role of the climate for the late medieval crisis in Norway (and more ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Black Death in the US today

Schreg, Rainer (17 août 2013)

Neither the 14th century, nor a scientific paper, but probably nevertheless of some interest http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/26/squirrel-plague_n_3660709.html

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource