Rimantas Jankauskas
Rimantas Jankauskas
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The osteological paradox: problems of inferring prehistoric health from skeletal samples [and comments and reply]
JW Wood, GR Milner, HC Harpending, KM Weiss, MN Cohen, ...
Current anthropology 33 (4), 343-370, 1992
Genetic discontinuity between local hunter-gatherers and central Europe’s first farmers
B Bramanti, MG Thomas, W Haak, M Unterländer, P Jores, K Tambets, ...
science 326 (5949), 137-140, 2009
Evidence for louse-transmitted diseases in soldiers of Napoleon’s Grand Army in Vilnius
D Raoult, O Dutour, L Houhamdi, R Jankauskas, PE Fournier, Y Ardagna, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 193 (1), 112-120, 2006
17th century variola virus reveals the recent history of smallpox
AT Duggan, MF Perdomo, D Piombino-Mascali, S Marciniak, D Poinar, ...
Current Biology 26 (24), 3407-3412, 2016
The genetic prehistory of the Baltic Sea region
A Mittnik, CC Wang, S Pfrengle, M Daubaras, G Zariņa, F Hallgren, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-11, 2018
The Stone Age plague and its persistence in Eurasia
AA Valtueña, A Mittnik, FM Key, W Haak, R Allmäe, A Belinskij, ...
Current biology 27 (23), 3683-3691. e8, 2017
Enamel hypoplasia in Danish and Lithuanian late medieval/early modern samples: a possible reflection of child morbidity and mortality patterns
Ž Palubeckaitė, R Jankauskas, J Boldsen
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 12 (3), 189-201, 2002
The incidence of diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis and social status correlations in Lithuanian skeletal materials
R Jankauskas
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 13 (5), 289-293, 2003
Prevalence of human tuberculosis in a medieval population of Lithuania studied by ancient DNA analysis
M Faerman, R Jankauskas, A Gorski, H Bercovier, CL Greenblatt
Ancient Biomolecules 1, 205-214, 1997
Incremental lines of dental cementum in biological age estimation
R Jankauskas, S Barakauskas, R Bojarun
Homo 52 (1), 59-71, 2001
Diet in early Lithuanian prehistory and the new stable isotope evidence
I Antanaitis-Jacobs, M Richards, L Daugnora, R Jankauskas, N Orginc
Archaeologia Baltica 12, 12-30, 2009
Žmogaus anatomija. I tomas
G Česnys, J Tutkuvienė, A Barkus, V Gedrimas, R Jankauskas, ...
Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 565-570, 2008
Dental status of Napoleon's Great Army's (1812) mass burial of soldiers in Vilnius: childhood peculiarities and adult dietary habits
Ž Palubeckaitė, R Jankauskas, Y Ardagna, Y Macia, C Rigeade, M Signoli, ...
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 16 (4), 355-365, 2006
Discovery of a mass grave of Napoleonic period in Lithuania (1812, Vilnius)
M Signoli, Y Ardagna, P Adalian, W Devriendt, L Lalys, C Rigeade, ...
Comptes Rendus Palevol 3 (3), 219-227, 2004
Methods of person’s identification from the skeleton in Lithuania
A Garmus, R Jankauskas
Medicina Legalis Baltica 3 (4), 5-23, 1993
Study on the performance of different craniofacial superimposition approaches (ii): best practices proposal
S Damas, C Wilkinson, T Kahana, E Veselovskaya, A Abramov, ...
Forensic science international 257, 504-508, 2015
Populations and Their Effects on
R Jankauskas, A Urbanavičius
Coll. Antropol 22 (2), 465-476, 1998
Taphonomic considerations for the analysis of parasites in archaeological materials
JJ Morrow, J Newby, D Piombino-Mascali, KJ Reinhard
International Journal of Paleopathology 13, 56-64, 2016
Tuberculosis in Lithuania: paleopathological and historical correlations
R Jankauskas
Tuberculosis: past and present, 551-558, 1999
The transition from foraging to farming (7000–500 cal BC) in the SE Baltic: A re-evaluation of chronological and palaeodietary evidence from human remains
G Piličiauskas, R Jankauskas, G Piličiauskienė, OE Craig, S Charlton, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 14, 530-542, 2017
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