The archaeoprocess of osteoarchaeology

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Excavation
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Holly Drinkwater

Hannah Clay

Rebecca Cadbury-Simmons

Jasmine Tomys

Rory Abraham

The osteoarchaeological process is an important part of archaeology that begins with obtaining a burial licence. This must be acquired before we even begin to excavate human remains. The team at NAA are well versed in these practices and the video below guides you through the processes involved, from gaining the licence through to analysis and reburial of the skeletons. Each stage is important, and our skilled team has the experience to ensure that it is done correctly and respectfully.

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