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

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timeline The Ancient Egyptian hair pin: Practical, sacred, fatal An Ancient Egyptian wig: construction and reconstruction The hair and wig of Meryt: Grooming in the 18th Dynasty Keeping up appearances on the Romano-British front Tressed for death in early Anglo-Saxon England Grooming the Face in the Early Middle Ages Viking age hair Hair and Sacrifice in the Andean World, as deduced by biomolecular approaches Hair in the Middle Ages Watery manes. Reversing the Stream of Thought about Quattrocento Italian Heads Hair as a Window on Diet and Health in Post-Medieval London: an isotopic analysis Because You're Worth It: Women's daily hair care routines in contemporary Britain


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