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SEM Observation on the Weathering Human Hair after Burial

Hwang KS, Lim DS, Ahn DC, Lee SW, Paik DJ

  • KMID: 2283435
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2008 Sep;21(3):181-190.
This study was undertaken to investigate the morphological changes of hair according to weathering after burial and to offer basic data for forensic science. To examine the effect of weathering...
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Human Skeletal Remains from Ancient Burial Sites in India: With Special Reference to Harappan Civilization

Dibyopama , Kim YJ, Oh CS, Shin DH, Shinde V

Harappan Civilization is well known for highly sophisticated urban society, having been flourished in extensive regions of northwestern part of Pakistan and northeastern part of Afghanistan as its heyday around...
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A young couple's grave found in the Rakhigarhi cemetery of the Harappan Civilization

Shinde V, Lee H, Yadav Y, Waghmare P, Jadhav N, Hong JH, Kim YJ, Shin DH

The Harappan Civilization, one of the earliest complex societies in the world, flourished on the Indian subcontinent. Although many additional Harappan settlements and cemeteries have been discovered and investigated, no...
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TEM Observation on the Weathering Human Scalp Hair after Burial

Hwang KS, Nam YS, Kim JL, Seo YK, Paik DJ

  • KMID: 2283706
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2012 Mar;25(1):1-10.
This study was undertaken to investigate the morphological changes of scalp hair according to weathering after burial and to offer basic data for forensic science. To examine the effect of weathering...
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"Apron Method", Scrotal Flap in Totally Denuded Penis due to Paraffinoma

Lee KY, Na YK, Yoon YR

  • KMID: 1662225
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1995 Apr;36(4):445-448.
The loss of penile skin, either traumatic or iatrogenic, is sometimes difficult to treat. The classical modes of surgical treatment are a thick split thickness graft and burial beneath the...
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A Case Study of the Fetal Skeleton from a Joseon Period Cemetery

Woo EJ, Jeon CL

In this study, the case of the burial of a couple with their perinatal child in a cemetery from the Joseon period (Eunpyeong site) of South Korea was examined. In...
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Medicolegal Reconstruction of the Jeju 4.3 massacre

Kim SH, Huh DJ, Kang HS, Kim ST, Lee JH, Kang HW

  • KMID: 2082681
  • Korean J Leg Med.
  • 2007 May;31(1):10-15.
Sixty years after the massacre took place at Jeju, authors carried out a series of exhumations. The exhumation based on anthropological and archaeological method allowed for the interpretation of events occurring...
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Permanent Preserving the Bony Fragments Digged Up from Haemi Nameless Martyrdom Holy Place Burial Sites

Kim WS, Kwon OY, Lee CY, Shin WG, Kim SI

Bone materials diggd up from the Haemi nameless martyrdom holy place burial sites were severely broken into fragments of various size, clay matrix filled the bone marrow cavities, grass roots...
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Anthropological Study on Ancient Human Skull and Teeth Discovered from Urn Coffin of Proto-Three Kingdoms Period in Korea

Kim MJ, Kim YS, Oh CS, Lee SJ, Bok GD, Yi YS, Youn SI, Lee NL, Shin DH

  • KMID: 1462529
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2010 Dec;23(4):169-175.
Increase in agricultural production or steel manufacturing during Proto-Three Kingdoms Period enabled ancient people to establish well-organized ancient kingdoms in Korean peninsula. A pottery in which human skeletons were buried,...
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Treatment of livestock carcasses in soil using Corynebacterium glutamicum and lysosomal application to livestock burial

Hong ES, Bang SH, Kim YH, Min J

A method of rapidly decaying livestock carcasses is sought through Corine glutamicum, and furthermore, lysosomes are used to remove toxic microorganisms from livestock carcasses. The landfill was constructed on a...
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A Study on Mineral Changes on the Weathering Human Hair after Burial using EDX

Kim WK, Kim JL, Nam YS, Shim YT, Hwang KS

This study was undertaken to investigate mineral changes in weathered scalp hair after burial. EDX (energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy) analysis was performed to measure the presence of minerals on the...
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Confusing a Pollen Grain with a Parasite Egg: an Appraisal of “Paleoparasitological Evidence of Pinworm (Enterobius Vermicularis) Infection in a Female Adolescent Residing in Ancient Tehran”

Camacho M, Reinhard K

There is often the risk of confusing pollen grains with helminth eggs from archaeological sites. Thousands to millions of pollen grains can be recovered from archaeological burial sediments that represent...
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Patterns of Linear Enamel Hypoplasias among Korean Skeletal Samples from the Joseon Dynasty Period

Pak S, Woo EJ, Jeong YS, Cho GH

  • KMID: 1449619
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2011 Sep;24(3):123-134.
Dental linear enamel hypoplasia (LEH) is probably one of the most widely used developmental stress indicators among all known skeletal stress indicators. This research examined LEH on the permanent anterior...
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Unusual Presentation of Traumatic Neuroma of the Medial Plantar Nerve after Deep Laceration Mimicking a Foreign Body Granuloma: A Case Report

Woo SH, Kim TW, Bae JY

Traumatic neuromas are rare benign tumors that are common after trauma or surgery and are usually accompanied by obvious symptoms of pain. Most reports show neuromas in the face, neck,...
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Traditional and Religious Death Practices in Western Turkey

Bahar Z, Beser A, Ersin F, Kissal A, Aydogdu NG

  • KMID: 2268161
  • Asian Nurs Res.
  • 2012 Sep;6(3):107-114.
PURPOSE: To investigate death-related traditional and religious practices in Narlidere, a district of Izmir province in Turkey. METHODS: A descriptive design was used (n = 181). The interview form was composed...
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Comparison of Helminth Infection among the Native Populations of the Arctic and Subarctic Areas in Western Siberia Throughout History: Parasitological Researches on Contemporary and the Archaeological Resources

Slepchenko SM, Bugmyrin S, Kozlov AI, Vershubskaya GG, Shin DH

The aim of this parasitological study is examining contemporary (the late 20th century) specimens of the arctic or subarctic areas in Western Siberia and comparing them with the information acquired...
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A First Case of Human Trichuriasis from a Roman Lead Coffin in France

Dufour B, Segard M, Le Bailly

A paleoparasitological study was carried out on 2 lead coffins recovered from the Roman site of Jaunay-Clan (near Poitiers, France). For the first time, this particular type of burial gave...
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Assessing the Parasitic Burden in a Late Antique Florentine Emergency Burial Site

Roche K, Pacciani E, Bianucci R, Le Bailly

Excavation (2008–2014) carried out under the Uffizi Gallery (Florence, Italy) led to the discovery of 75 individuals, mostly buried in multiple graves. Based on Roman minted coins, the graves were...
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An Estimation of Adult Males' Average Stature from the Skeletal Remains of Joseon Period

Pak S

  • KMID: 1449613
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2011 Dec;24(4):185-193.
An average height of adult males of Joseon period was estimated by utilizing excavated skeletal remains of the era. The height estimation formula for Mongoloid males by Trotter and Gleser...
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Traditional Living Habits of the Taz Tundra Population: A Paleoparasitological Study

Slepchenko SM, Ivanov SN, Nikolaevich BA, Alekseevich TA, Sergeyevich SV

An excavation of the Vesakoyakha II–IV and Nyamboyto I burial grounds was conducted during the 2014 field season, and soil samples from intact burials dating from the 19th and 20th...
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