Vortrag “Unravelling the Past Through Children’s Eyes: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Studying Children in Roman and Early Medieval Times” von Brina Zagorc (Reihe NeuBioArch)

Universität Wien, Institut für Ägyptologie, Hörsaal 6 (Hochparterre) Franz Klein-Gasse 1, Wien, Österreich
Online Event

This presentation explores how an interdisciplinary approach involving paleogenomics and dietary stable isotopes (δ13C and δ15N), combined with osteological and paleopathological data enhances our understanding of children in Roman and Early Medieval times. By utilizing ancient DNA analysis, researchers can uncover genetic information, such as population dynamics, ancestry information, and familial relationships. Dietary stable isotopes […]