Definition of bioarchaeology
- Extrapolating from hard evidence drawn from human remains to conclusions about how people lived is at the heart of bioarchaeology …
- —James Gorman, New York Times, 18 Dec. 2012
- Most bioarchaeology studies tend to tell the tale of illness and death of people from a single site, such as a burial pit for plague victims or an ancient cemetery.
- —Ann Gibbons, Science, 1 May 2009
bioarchaeologicalplay \ˌbī-(ˌ)ō-ˌär-kē-ə-ˈlä-ji-kəl\ adjective
- bioarchaeological research
- a bioarchaeological analysis