Paleoparasitology is the study of parasites in ancient human and animal remains, including fossils, mummies, coprolites (fossilized faeces), or calcified cysts. This field of study uses a range of techniques, including microscopy, DNA analysis, and biomolecular techniques to identify and study ancient parasites. The study of ancient parasites can provide insights into the health and […]
Recently we had free lectures on a very interesting topic - Archaeobotany and Archaeozoology!Bioarchaeology is the study of human remains in an archaeological context. But it may also be used in a general sense as the study of any biological remains (fauna and flora) recovered from an archaeology site.If you missed this lecture and you […]
The future is now!Small part od Dr. Mislav Čavka and his presentation in Lithuania. The future of bioarchaeology is definitely in paleoimaging.
Natasa and Álvaro participated in Lithuania at 23rd European Meeting of Paleopathology Association.