Blog Posts - Osteology



Ancient times along the Swedish east coast – An archaeological seminar in Blankaholm

As I check my back-log I see that I need to blog more about archaeology, but it seems that time just haven’t been there. During the coming weekend there will be time for archaeology though as it is time for the 5th annual archaeological seminar in...
by Testimony of the spade on Feb 20, 2013

Ancient times along the Swedish east coast – An archaeological seminar in Blankaholm

As I check my back-log I see that I need to blog more about archaeology, but it seems that time just haven’t been there. During the coming weekend there will be time for archaeology though as it is time for the 5th annual archaeological seminar in...
by Testimony of the spade on Feb 20, 2013

Mesolithic Motala on film

At the city Motala on the eastern shore line of lake Vettern a big excavation that in part is still on- going that concerns the mesolithics. The excavations are being done by Riksantikvarieämbetet (the National Heritage Board) UV Öst (RAÄ UV Öst)...
by Testimony of the spade on May 22, 2012

Human Osteology 3rd Edition – Tim D. White, Michael T. Black, Pieter A. Folkens

Description: Human Osteology, Third Edition – Tim D. White (Author), Michael T. Black (Author), Pieter A. Folkens (Author). A classic in its field, Human Osteology has been used by students and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...
by La Biblioteca Medica on Dec 3, 2011

Theoretical osteological work shop

This Saturday I’ll attend a theoretical osteological work shop at the Osteological research laboratory, Stockholm University with the title: Att stå på flera ben (To stand on several bones). The work shop will be led by Ph.D. Anna Källén an...
by Testimony of the spade on Apr 7, 2011

4th annual archaeology seminar in Blankaholm

This weekand we visited Blankaholm on the Swedish east coast for the Blankaholm seminars arranged by archaeologist and local resident Michael Dahlin, who is also the man behind the Swedish archaeology blog Misterhultaren. All seminars are connected v...
by Testimony of the spade on Feb 28, 2011

Olmecoid head shapes and the Maya Maize God

The intentional shaping of infants’ heads was common in the Maya area from at least 1000 BC and onwards. It was once believed that this practice was a sign of elite status but Vera Tiesler has shown that roughly 77% of Formative period skulls and 8...
by Archaeological Haecceities on Oct 14, 2010

Arkeologisk/osteologisk jobbannons. An add for a job within archaeology or osteology

This post will follow in English: Jag brukar inte skriva på svenska här på bloggen men då jag kommer att vara till arbetsmarknadens förfogande inom kort är det lika bra att utnyttja alla vägar. Förutom att skicka ut en bred intresseanmälan o...
by Testimony of the spade on Oct 2, 2010

PhD Studentship University College London

Development of a new technique in osteoporosis classification for diagnosis and fracture prevention University College London – Departments of Medical Physics and Bioengineering and of Mechanical Engineering A fully funded 4-year PhD students...

Report from within a monster

I’ve begun reading Åsa M Larssons (Ting & Tankar) thesis; Breaking and Making Bodies and Pots: Material and Ritual Practices in Sweden in the Third Millennium BC. 400+ pages makes for a thick and heavy book and academia normally isn’t a lig...
by Testimony of the spade on Sep 21, 2009

Summer vacation 2009 part 7; Lodose museum

Last Wendsday we went to Vastergotland and Lodose museum, the plan were to go to Lodose (Lödöse) museum and then slowly return via the northen parts of Vastergotland to Jonkoping stopping at ancient monuments etc, the weather got a bit bad though...
by Testimony of the spade on Jul 27, 2009

Bronze Age Roundhouse in Clare - Pt 2 - The Burials

This is the second part of a three part post on excavations carried out at Barnhill, Co. Clare. The first part is here and consists of details of a Bronze Age Round house which was excavated. The third part will comprise a bibliography for further r...
by Moore Groups Blog on Feb 12, 2009

Lumbar Instability

His name is well to the pathology that occurs in people who are permanently subject to sudden effort, forced labor and with everything that has to do with violent activities by others, which suffers much our spine.The patient concerns and strong low...
by Mendoza Kinesiology on Dec 8, 2008


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