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Non‐masticatory dental lesions (e.g., notching, interproximal grooving, polished surfaces, lingual tilting, and dental trauma) may help evaluate the impact that dietary, individual, or social‐cultural habits had on ancient populations. Thus, this study aims to describe and discuss possible causes for dental wear and trauma recorded in 1206 commingl...
Dental pathology can provide information not only on the diet of past populations but also on populational biocultural differences. This study aims to interpret dental pathology of the individuals exhumed from a medieval-modern rural ossuary located next to Torre Sineira of Alto do Calvário (Miranda do Corvo) in terms of the biocultural conditions...