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A renewed vision of Swiss alpine agro-pastoral societies through the analysis of lifestyles and peopling dynamics: The case of Barmaz necropolis

Presentation date2023-10-13
Abstract

Our project concerns the study of neolithic societies across the Swiss Alps using an interdisciplinary approach by combining isotope geochemistry, dental nonmetrics, aDNA analysis and palaeopathology to understand the evolution of diets, subsistence practices and mobility of these human groups. We present here some of the results on stable isotopes combined with new 14C analysis on the necropolis of Barmaz (Valais). Associated with the previous researches, our data allow us to offer new hypotheses concerning the events and links that united certain individuals

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Keywords
  • Neolithic
  • Swiss Alps
  • Dental nonmetrics
  • Isotope geochemistry
  • Mobility
  • Diet
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ROSSELET-CHRIST, Déborah, DESIDERI, Jocelyne. A renewed vision of Swiss alpine agro-pastoral societies through the analysis of lifestyles and peopling dynamics: The case of Barmaz necropolis. In: What the dead tell us – Exploring societal behaviors of early European farmers through funerary practices (5000–4000 BCE). 2023.
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