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Author White, T. D. (Timothy D.)

Title Prehistoric Cannibalism at Mancos 5MTUMR-2346
Published Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (487 pages)
Series Princeton Legacy Library
Princeton legacy library.
Contents Cover; Contents; Summary; Summary; Fracture; Tool Modification; Mammalian Chewing; Burning
Summary Cannibalism is one of the oldest and most emotionally charged topics in anthropological literature. Tim White's analysis of human bones from an Anasazi pueblo in southwestern Colorado, site 5MTUMR-2346, reveals that nearly thirty men, women, and children were butchered and cooked there around A.D. 1100. Their bones were fractured for marrow, and the remains discarded in several rooms of the pueblo. By comparing the human skeletal remains with those of animals used for food at other sites, the author analyzes evidence for skinning, dismembering, cooking, and fracturing to infer that cannibal
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Subject Cannibalism -- Colorado -- History.
Pueblo Indians -- Anthropometry.
Pueblo Indians -- Antiquities.
Mancos Site (Colo.)
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1400852927 electronic bk
9781400852925 electronic bk