Bibliography and Further Links
Further linksLeCHE project (Lactase persistence)
Vedrovice project (earliest LBK cemetery)
Stable isotopes in archaeology (introduction)
Oxygen isotopes and the Amesbury Archer
Beaker isotope project
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Bentley, R.A. and Knipper, C. 2005. Transhumance at the early Neolithic settlement at Vaihingen, Germany. Antiquity 79 (http://antiquity.ac.uk/ProjGall/bentley/index. html).
Bentley, R.A., Krause, R., Price, T.D. and Kaufmann, D. 2003. Human mobility at the early Neolithic settlement of Vaihingen, Germany: evidence from strontium isotope analysis. Archaeometry 45, 481–96.
Bentley, A., Tayles, N., Higham, C., Macpherson, C. and Atkinson, T. 2007. Shifting gender relations at Khok Phanom Di, Thailand: Isotopic evidence from the skeletons. Current Anthropology 48, 301-14.
Chu, N.-C., Henderson, G., Belshaw, N. and Hedges, R. 2006. Establishing the potential of Ca isotopes as proxy for consumption of dairy products. Applied Geochemistry 21, 1656-67.
Cook, G., Bonsall, C., Hedges, R., McSweeney, K., Boronean, V. and Pettitt, P. 2001. A freshwater diet-derived 14C reservoir effect at the Stone Age sites in the Iron Gates gorge. Radiocarbon 43, 453-60.
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