The approach taken in this research project involves: 1) digitally preserving cultural heritage and using 3D and photogrammetric models to better understand the last moments of the people of Oplontis; 2) undertaking a demographic and mt DNA analysis of all skeletons to better understand the ancient Roman working class household; 3) using isotope, trace element, parasitological, and pathogen DNA analysis to study the diets and diseases of these individuals through their life course; and 4) combining these data along with additional biochemical results to investigate human responses to climate change at the household level.
This research interfaces with both modern archaeological approaches to preserving cultural heritage at risk of destruction and with contemporary approaches in the field of anthropology to open up access to comparative biological data from past societies. w=512" class=" wp-image-83 aligncenter" src="https://facesofoplontis.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/cropped-cropped-1f30b1.png? w=30&h=30" alt="cropped-cropped-1f30b1.png" width="30" height="30" srcset="https://facesofoplontis.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/cropped-cropped-1f30b1.png? w=30&h=30 30w, https://facesofoplontis.files.wordpress.com/2017/09/cropped-cropped-1f30b1.png?
The flocking of forces and their inherent mechanics are displayed by an emerging pattern of various reactions and effects in the urban space.
Effects are constantly reinterpreting and reinventing function and program of urban space and create a dynamic changing environment.
The country borders are the product of european imperialism and were defined by the british colonial power who aimed to delimit influences from the french and german colonized environment .
These settlements have no electricity or running water and can disappear as quickly as they are built when bulldozers cut swathes through the slums to clear land for buildings. home-mapplet.com) The history of Nigerian borders draws back in the time of colonisation dating in the 19th century.
Given the known time-of-death of inhabitants of the circum-Vesuvian area, this project uses previously unanalyzed human skeletons from the villa site of Oplontis and from the urban site of Pompeii to investigate the effects of catastrophic environmental change.
In the summer of 2017, the project team created a photogrammetric model of the in-situ skeletons, 3D scanned many of the individual skulls, and undertook basic osteological analysis of all skeletons recovered to date.
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