Publikationen (56)


  1. A Stable Isotope Approach to Roman Diet and Its Legacy in Late Antiquity in Hispania and the Western Empire

    Environmental Archaeology

  2. Anexo 04d; Estudio edafológico del Penedo Gordo

    O Penedo Gordo: intervención arqueolóxica nun abrigo con pintura rupestre esquemática da Galicia suroriental (Servizo de Publicacións), pp. 227-248

  3. La cueva de La Cerrosa-Lagaña (Suarías, Peñamellera Baja): Resultados de la campaña de intervención arqueológica de 2020.

    Excavaciones arqueológicas en Asturias: 2017-2020 (Trabe), pp. 121-133

  4. Lake and crannog: A 2500-year palaeoenvironmental record of continuity and change in NE Scotland

    Quaternary Science Reviews, Vol. 285

  5. Large-scale migration into Britain during the Middle to Late Bronze Age

    Nature, Vol. 601, Núm. 7894, pp. 588-594

  6. Preservation of microscopic fur, feather, and bast fibers in the Mesolithic ochre grave of Majoonsuo, Eastern Finland

    PLoS ONE, Vol. 17, Núm. 9 September

  7. Structural equation modelling of mercury intra-skeletal variability on archaeological human remains

    Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 851

  8. The cist of a Praia da Rola (Mugeimes, Ourense, NW Iberia)

    Funerary practices in the second half of the second millennium BC in continental atlantic Europe: from Belgium to the North of Portugal (Archaeopress), pp. 157-171

  9. The late medieval/early modern necropolis of Adro Vello (O Grove, Pontevedra, Spain) from sondage 1.2017: an osteoarchaeological approach to funerary practices and childhood

    Journal of Medieval Iberian Studies, Vol. 14, Núm. 3, pp. 468-500

  10. Understanding Necrosol pedogenetical processes in post-Roman burials developed on dunes sands

    Scientific Reports, Vol. 12, Núm. 1


  1. 9000 years of changes in peat organic matter composition in Store Mosse (Sweden) traced using FTIR-ATR

    Boreas, Vol. 50, Núm. 4, pp. 1161-1178

  2. Approaching mercury distribution in burial environment using PLS-R modelling

    Scientific Reports, Vol. 11, Núm. 1

  3. Biological histories of an elite: Skeletons from the Royal Chapel of Lugo Cathedral (NW Spain)

    International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, Vol. 31, Núm. 5, pp. 941-956

  4. Conditions contributing to the natural mummification of corpses deposited below North Finnish churches

    Canarias Arqueológica: Arqueología-Bioantropología, Núm. 22, pp. 423-436

  5. El estudio de esqueletos humanos, o cómo la medicina, la biología, la geoquímica y la arqueología deben entenderse

    Arqueología e interdisciplinariedad: la microhistoria de una revolución en la arqueología española (1970-2020) (Universidad de Barcelona), pp. 215-220

  6. Estilo de vida durante el priscilianismo: aproximaciones bioarqueológicas

    Gerión, Vol. 39, Núm. 2, pp. 775-800

  7. Estudio antropológico de las alquerías de Benizahat y Zeneta (Vall d´Uixó, Castellón). Una ventana a la vida rural andalusí

    Saguntum: Papeles del Laboratorio de Arqueología de Valencia, Núm. 53, pp. 193-212

  8. Evidence of otitis media and mastoiditis in a Medieval Islamic skeleton from Spain and possible implications for ancient surgical treatment of the condition

    International Journal of Paleopathology, Vol. 32, pp. 17-22

  9. Food, mobility, and health in a 17th and 18th century arctic mining population in silbojokk, Swedish Sápmi

    Arctic, Vol. 74, Núm. 2, pp. 206-226