Kjellström A., Olofsson C., Stenbäck Lönnquist U. & Welinder S.

2011. Living children. I: BAR, in print.

Linderholm A. & Kjellström A.

2011. Stable Isotope Analysis of a Medieval Skeletal Sample Indicative of Systemic Disease from Sigtuna Sweden, Journal of Archaeological Science, 38: 925-933 DOI:10.1016/j.jas.2010.11.022.

Kjellström A.

2011. Barnens ben. I: Spåren av de små. Arkeologiska perspektiv på barn och barndom, Fahlander F. (red.). Stockholm studies 54, sid. 197-216.

Kjellström A. 2010. Possible Cases of Leprosy and Tuberculosis in Medieval Sigtuna, Sweden. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology in print DOI: 10.1002/oa.1204

Nilsson M, Possnert G, Edlund H, Budowle B, Kjellström A. & Allen M.

2010. Analysis of the Putative Remains of a European Patron Saint–St. Birgitta. PLoS ONE 5(2): e8986. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0008986

Kjellström A.

2010. Tracing Pain. A Discussion About Identifying Suffering in Skeletal Remains. I: Making Sense of Things. Archaeologies of sensory perceptions, Fahlander F. & Kjellström A. (red.). Stockholm Studies in Archaeology, Stockholm, sid. 51-67.

Fahlander F. & Kjellström A.

2010. Senses that makes sense. Archaeologies of sensory perception. I: Making Sense of Things. Archaeologies of sensory perceptions, Fahlander F. & Kjellström A. (red.). Stockholm Studies in Archaeology, Stockholm, sid. 1-13.

Kjellström A., Nordqvist B., Snäll A. & Welinder S.

2010. Catching the moment. Chewing today and 10 000 years ago. I: the SSCIP conference 2008, AmS Skrifter 23, Stavanger, sid. 53-61.
Kjellström A. 2010. Tillsammans i evighet. Osteologiska aspekter på flerpersonsgravar i Sigtuna. Sigtuna Dei 2010: 127-136.

Kjellström A., Storå J. & Possnert G., Linderholm A.

2009. Dietary Patterns and Social Structures in Medieval Sigtuna, Sweden as reflected in Stable Isotope Values in Human Skeletal Remains. Journal of Archaeological Science 36:2689-2699.

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Carola Liebe-Harkort

Cribra Orbitalia, Sinusitis and Linear
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Cribra Orbitalia, Sinusitis and Linear Enamel Hypoplasia (82 Kb)

Petra Molnar

Patterns of physical activity and material culture on Gotland, Sweden, during the Middle Neolithic. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. 20:1-14 (2010).
Patterns of physical activity and material culture (15 Kb)

Petra Molnar

Extramasticatory dental wear reflecting habitual behavior and health in past populations
Clinical Oral Investigations. Early view.
Extramasticatory dental wear (22 Kb)

Petra Molnar

Torbjörn Ahlström, Ido Leden: Osteoarthritis and activity- An analysis of the relationship between eburnation, Musculoskeletal Stress Markers (MSM) and age in two Neolithic hunter-gatherer populations from Gotland. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Early view.
Osteoarthritis and activity (10 Kb)

Carola Liebe-Harkort

Exceptional rates of dental caries in a scandinavian Early Iron Age population—A study of dental pathology at Alvastra, Östergötland, Sweden. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Early view.
Exceptional rates of dental caries (23 Kb)

Carola Liebe-Harkort

Álfheiður Ástavaldsdóttir, Sofia Tranaeus: Visual and radiographic assessment of dental caries by osteologists: a validity and reliability study. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. Early view.
Visual and radiographic assessment of dental caries (22 Kb)

Carola Liebe-Harkort

Álfheiður Ástavaldsdóttir, Sofia Tranaeus: Quantification of Dental Caries by Osteologists and Odontologists – A Validity and Reliability Study. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology. 20:525-539 (2010).
Quantification of Dental Caries (9 Kb)

Petra Molnar

Dental wear and oral pathology: Possible evidence and consequences of habitual use of teeth in a Swedish Neolithic sample American Journal of Physical Anthropology 136: 423-431 (2008)
Dental Wear and Oral Pathology (15 Kb)