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Mortality profiles as indicators of slowed reproductive rates: evidence from ancient Egypt.(Special Issue: Explaining the Evolution of Cultural Elaboration)

Sterling, Sarah

Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Sept, 1999, Vol.18(3), p.319(343) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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    Mortality profiles as indicators of slowed reproductive rates: evidence from ancient Egypt.(Special Issue: Explaining the Evolution of Cultural Elaboration)
  • Autor: Sterling, Sarah
  • Assuntos: Prehistoric Anthropology -- Analysis ; Historical Archaeology -- Analysis ; Prehistoric Peoples -- Patient Outcomes ; Mortality
  • É parte de: Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Sept, 1999, Vol.18(3), p.319(343)
  • Descrição: The article discusses the application of the bet-hedging model to mortality profiles in Egyptian prehistory. The author also examines skeletal data to determine whether the population seems to fit further expectations of the bet-hedging model in the form of decreased juvenile mortality and increased lifespans.

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