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    Ear infection prevalence in prehistoric and historic populations of the S. Levant

    Via Jpost.com, I found the following article in the International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (definitely in my top-10 of Osteoarchaeology journals!)

    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/oa.2873

    "Ear infection prevalence in prehistoric and historic populations of the southern Levant: A new diagnostic method"

    "...Complete petrous bones of 229 individuals from six populations of the terminal Pleistocene–Holocene Levant (14,900 cal bp–1,917 ad) were included in the study...."

    Like a ancient DNA zombie, all I could think about was those juicy petrous...

    Any idea if these skulls are on their way to be drilled for DNA???

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