Archaeologies of Hair: the head and its grooming in ancient and contemporary societies

Edited by Steven P. Ashby

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Archaeologies of Hair: an introduction  
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Hair and sacrifice in the Andean World, as deduced by biomolecular approaches  
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An ancient Egyptian wig: construction and reconstruction  
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The hair and wig of Meryt: Grooming in the 18th dynasty  
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The Egyptian hair pin: practical, sacred, fatal  
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Keeping up appearances on the Romano-British frontier  
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Tressed for death in early Anglo-Saxon England  
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Viking age hair  
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Grooming the face in the early middle ages  
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Hair in the middle ages  
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Watery manes. Reversing the stream of thought about Quattrocento Italian heads  
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Hair as a window on diet and health in post-medieval London: an isotopic analysis.  
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Because You're Worth It: Women's daily hair care routines in contemporary Britain  


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