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- 1 Skeletal evidence for interpersonal violence in Neolithic Europe
- 2 The placement of the feathers
- 3 Violence in the Stone Age from an eastern Baltic perspective
- 4 Skeletal trauma and violence among the early farmers of the North European Plain
- 5 The Neolithic massacre at Talheim
- 6 The Early Neolithic site Asparn/Schletz (Lower Austria)
- 7 Violence against the living, violence against the dead on the human remains from Herxheim, Germany. Evidence of a crisis and mass cannibalism?
- 8 Violence in the Single Grave Culture of northern Germany?
- 9 Injured—but special? On associations between skull defects and burial treatment in the Corded Ware Culture of central Germany
- 10 Investigating cranial trauma in the German Wartberg Culture
- 11 Interpersonal violence in the Late Mesolithic and Middle Neolithic in the Netherlands
- 12 Neolithic violence in France
- 13 Skeletal evidence for interpersonal violence
- 14 Evidence of trauma in Neolithic Greece
- 15 Prehistoric violence in northern Spain
- 16 Evidence of traumatic skeletal injuries in the collective burial caves of the Nabão Valley, central Portugal
- 17 Skeletal evidence of interpersonal violence from Portuguese Late Neolithic collective burials
- Sticks, Stones, and Broken Bones
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