palaeopathologist love



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  • n. Alternative form of paleopathologist.


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  • Ann is a consultant anthropologist, palaeopathologist and osteo-archaeologist, most of which I can hardly spell, and to be honest, I don't have many of them in my address book.

    The bones of a quilting bee

  • The most immediately fascinating parts of Conversations with Mummies, by palaeopathologist Rosalie David and writer Rick Archbold, are about Nakht, a Theban weaver from Dynasty 20 (1200-1085 B.C.), and Djedmaatesankh, a priestess of Dynasty 22 (945-730 B.C.), whose mummies are now in the Royal Ontario Museum.

    Books: Ancient Roadmap, Latin Revival, Mostly about Mummies

  • Tonight: If you can splash out £6 you can find out about the legends and scientific facts about vampires and werewolves from (wait for it ..) bioarcheologist and palaeopathologist Anastasia Tsaliki at



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