Bone Chemistry and Bioarchaeology

Bioarchaeology exists the study of bones and alternative biological resources found in archeological remains so as to be liable for data regarding human life or the surroundings in the past.

Bone chemistry covers emerging as important research areas in archaeology, biological anthropology, and paleontology. With suitable controls, the inorganic & organic chemical composition of bones & teeth which can provide information about past diet and habitat use. Chemical signatures are used to address individual dietary inconsistency in early hominid fossils, paleontological remains, and more recent human and faunal populations.


  • Osteoarchaeology
  • Paleopathology
  • Odontometrics
  • Biocultural anthropology
  • Non Specific Stress indicators

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