Sian Halcrow
Sian Halcrow
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The bioarchaeological investigation of childhood and social age: problems and prospects
SE Halcrow, N Tayles
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 15 (2), 190-215, 2008
1712008
The bioarchaeological investigation of children and childhood
SE Halcrow, N Tayles
Social bioarchaeology, 333-360, 2011
952011
First bioarchaeological evidence of probable scurvy in Southeast Asia: multifactorial etiologies of vitamin C deficiency in a tropical environment
SE Halcrow, NJ Harris, N Beavan, HR Buckley
International Journal of Paleopathology 5, 63-71, 2014
552014
Investigating foetal and perinatal mortality in prehistoric skeletal samples: a case study from a 3000-year-old Pacific Island cemetery site
RL Kinaston, HR Buckley, SE Halcrow, MJT Spriggs, S Bedford, K Neal, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (12), 2780-2787, 2009
542009
Age estimation of children from prehistoric Southeast Asia: are the dental formation methods used appropriate?
SE Halcrow, N Tayles, HR Buckley
Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (7), 1158-1168, 2007
512007
Infant death in late prehistoric Southeast Asia
SE Halcrow, N Tayles, V Livingstone
Asian Perspectives, 371-404, 2008
472008
The people of Wairau Bar: a re-examination
HR Buckley, N Tayles, SE Halcrow, K Robb, R Fyfe
Journal of Pacific Archaeology 1 (1), 1-20, 2010
462010
The first New Zealanders: patterns of diet and mobility revealed through isotope analysis
RL Kinaston, RK Walter, C Jacomb, E Brooks, N Tayles, SE Halcrow, ...
PloS one 8 (5), e64580, 2013
452013
Scurvy in a tropical paradise? Evaluating the possibility of infant and adult vitamin C deficiency in the Lapita skeletal sample of Teouma, Vanuatu, Pacific islands
HR Buckley, R Kinaston, SE Halcrow, A Foster, M Spriggs, S Bedford
International Journal of Paleopathology 5, 72-85, 2014
422014
Can dental caries be interpreted as evidence of farming? The Asian experience
N Tayles, K Domett, S Halcrow
Comparative dental morphology 13, 162-166, 2009
422009
The people of Noen U-Loke
N Tayles, S Halcrow, K Domett
The Excavation of Noen U-Loke and Non Muang Kao 2, 243-304, 2007
402007
Child bioarchaeology: Perspectives on the past 10 years
S Mays, R Gowland, S Halcrow, E Murphy
Childhood in the Past 10 (1), 38-56, 2017
392017
From the mouths of babes: dental caries in infants and children and the intensification of agriculture in mainland Southeast Asia
SE Halcrow, NJ Harris, N Tayles, R Ikehara‐Quebral, M Pietrusewsky
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 150 (3), 409-420, 2013
392013
Aspects of health in prehistoric mainland Southeast Asia: Indicators of stress in response to the intensification of rice agriculture
AL Clark, N Tayles, SE Halcrow
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153 (3), 484-495, 2014
352014
Stress near the start of life? Localised enamel hypoplasia of the primary canine in late prehistoric mainland Southeast Asia
SE Halcrow, N Tayles
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2215-2222, 2008
352008
The excavation of Non Ban Jak, Northeast Thailand-a report on the first three seasons
CFW Higham, J Cameron, N Chang, C Castillo, S Halcrow, D O'Reilly, ...
Journal of Indo-Pacific Archaeology 34, 1-41, 2014
272014
More than metabolic: considering the broader paleoepidemiological impact of vitamin D deficiency in bioarchaeology
AME Snoddy, HR Buckley, SE Halcrow
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 160 (2), 183-196, 2016
262016
Investigating weaning using dental microwear analysis: A review
RM Scott, SE Halcrow
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 11, 1-11, 2017
242017
The bioarchaeology of fetuses
SE Halcrow, N Tayles, GE Elliott
The anthropology of the fetus: Biology, culture, and society, 83-111, 2017
232017
A comparison of using bulk and incremental isotopic analyses to establish weaning practices in the past
CL King, AR Millard, DR Gröcke, VG Standen, BT Arriaza, SE Halcrow
STAR: Science & Technology of Archaeological Research 3 (1), 126-134, 2017
232017
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