The Post Hole meets... Dr Efthymia Nakita

Watch as Dr Efthymia Nakita and Heather Tanner briefly discuss biological archaeology and osteology in the Sahara and the Aegean before her lecture on 12 November 2014 in King’s Manor entitled 'Get those skeletons out of the closet: Assessing mobility in the prehistoric Aegean and refining current osteological methods for exploring activity patterns'. Dr Nakita describes her research especially using non-metric traits to study spatial patterns, she also suggests further research for future archaeologists.

The Post Hole would like to especially thank the York Seminar Series Team and Dr Efthymia Nakita. The above movie and audio are copyright The Post Hole 2015.

ISSN 2052-0778 (print)
ISSN 2051-9745 (online)

The Post Hole
The King's Manor
Department of Archaeology
University of York
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