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Dr. Stefan Schlager

Post-Doc

Raum: 01-005
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stefan.schlager@anthropologie.uni-freiburg.de

Beruflicher Werdegang
2008 - jetztWissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Biologische Anthropologie, Universität Freiburg
2005 - 2008Kursbetreuung, Studium generale, Universität Freiburg
2004 - 2007Dispatcher, Regio Rad Express, Freiburg
Ausbildung
2009 - 2013Dissertation "Soft-tissue reconstruction of the human nose - population differences and sexual dimorphism", Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
1998 - 2005Magister Artium in Philosophie, Mathematik und Biologischer Anthropologie, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
1995 - 1997Grundschullehramt, Pädagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe (ohne Abschluss)
Reviewer
ReviewerJournal of Anatomy, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, AnthropologischerAnzeiger, Methods in Ecology and Evolution, Plos One
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Variabilität der Morphologie des Menschen

  • Variationsbreite der menschlichen Morphologie und die ihr zugrunde liegenden Prozesse mit Schwerpunkt auf Analyse der Formvariation des menschlichen Schädels und Gesichtes mit den Methoden der statistischen Formanalyse.

Projekte:

Semi-automatische Gesichtsrekonstruktion

  • Entwicklung und Optimierung semi-automatischer computergestützter Gesichtsrekonstruktion auf Basis von großen Datenbanken mit Informationen zum Verhältnis der Form von Schädel und Gesicht.

Lic. phil. Felix Engel

Projektmitarbeiter, Doktorand

Raum: 01-005
Tel.: +49-761-203-5522

felix.engel@anthropologie.uni-freiburg.de

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Work Experience
since 2014Research assistant on a project on research data modelling, funded by the German Research Foundation
Biological Anthropology, University of Freiburg
2009/2010Researcher for department projects
Biological Anthropology, University of Freiburg
2006/2007Researcher for the Global History of Health Project
Biological Anthropology, University of Freiburg
2003Site director of archaeological excavations at Kleinkems (Germany),
Archaeology Department, University of Basel
1999-2007Archaeological excavator
13 months of experience on excavations in Germany, France and Syria
Education
since 2007PhD. in Physical Anthropology, University of Freiburg
2001-2003Archaeology, Geosciences, University of Basel
Physical Anthropology, University of Freiburg
2003: final degree 'Licenciatus philosophiae'
2000/2001Archaeology, School of History and Anthropology, University of Cardiff (Wales, UK)
1998-2000Archaeology, Geosciences, Physical Anthropology, University of Göttingen

Palaeoepidemiology

  • Traces of Armed Conflict
    PhD project, assessing the degree and scope of armed violence at the Early-medieval rural settlement site at Lauchheim (Germany).
  • Trauma Analysis on Skeletal Remains
    Development of a standardised routine for the documentation of trauma in skeletal material.
  • Global History of Health Project
    Collaborator for the large-scale palaeoepidemiology data base, curated at Ohio State University, Columbus (USA).

Research Data Management

Prehistoric Mining

Flint Mining at Kleinkems
Excavations at the Neolithic Site Kleinkems (Germany) and analysis of material recovered during earlier excavations.

  • Engel F. 2015. Wie alt ist der Krieg - und lohnt es sich, zu fragen? In: Gewalt und Altruismus: Interdisziplinäre Annäherungen an ein grundlegendes Thema des Humanen. Heidelberg: Winter, 227-249.
  • Engel F, Kramis S. 2010. Documenting Skeletal Trauma: A Proposal for a Standardised Routine. In: Buhl CA, Engel F, Hartung L, Kästner M,Rüdell A, Weißhaar C, (eds.) Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of Junior Scientists in Anthropology. Freiburg: University Library, 35-42.
  • Engel F, Siegmund F. 2005. Radiocarbon Dating of the Neolithic Flint Mine at Kleinkems (near Efringen-Kirchen, District Lörrach, Baden-Württemberg, Germany). Antiquity 79/306
  • Engel F, Siegmund F. 2004. Neue Ausgrabungen am neolithischen Silexabbau in Kleinkems, Gde. Efringen-Kirchen, Kreis Lörrach. In: Archäologische Ausgrabungen in Baden-Württemberg 2003. Theiss, Stuttgart, 28-30
  • Buhl CA, Engel F, Hartung L, Kästner M, Rüdell A, Weißhaar C, eds. 2010. Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of Junior Scientists in Anthropology. Freiburg: University Library. 

Anna Lagia

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Raum: 03-007
Tel.: +49-761-203-5526

anna.lagia@anthropologie.uni-freiburg.de

Wissenschaftliche Ausbildung

  • 1991 B.Sc. in Biology, University of Athens

  • 1993 M.Sc. in Osteology, Paleopathology and Funerary Archaeology, University of Bradford

  • 1993-1996 PhD program in Anthropology, University of Chicago (not completed)

Mitgliedschaft/Funding

  • The Lichstern Travel Fund for Conference Travel Support,2003

  • Doolittle-Harrison Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2003

  • Albert A. Dahlberg Memorial Fellowship Fund, University of Chicago, 2003

  • University of Stanford, Department of Classics, research grant 2001

  • Ryerson Fellowship, University of Chicago (declined), 1997-1998

  • J. L. Angel Fellowship, Wiener Laboratory, ASCSA, 1996-1998

  • Adolf-Haeuser Stiftung, University of Freiburg 2018 Adolf-Haeuser Stiftung, University of Freiburg 2018

  • Differenzierung verschiedener Formen von Anämie am menschlichen Skelett
  • Bioarchäologie der klassischen, hellenistischen und romanischen Periode Athens
  • Nutzung der Einäschung in der frühen Eiszeit Griechenlands
  • Bioarchäologie des Übergangs von der mittleren zur späten Bronzezeit des griechischen Festlandes

Publikationen

A. Lagia, N. Giannakopoulou, and A. Kapetanios (2016) “Βιοαρχαιολογικές παρατηρήσεις σε πολλαπλούς τάφους της ύστερης αρχαιότητας από τη Λαυρεωτική.” Πρακτικά της ΙΕ΄Επιστημονικής Συνάντησης ΝΑ Αττικής. Εταιρεία Μελετών Νοτιοανατολικής Αττικής, pp. 577-588.

A. Lagia, I. Moutafi, R. Orgeolet, J. Zurbach and D. Skorda (2016) “Revisiting the Tomb: Mortuary Practices in Habitation Areas in the Transition to the Late Bronze Age at Kirrha, Phocis.” In Staging Death: Funerary Performance, Architecture and Landscape in the Aegean, edited by A. Dakouri-Hild and M. Boyd, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 181-205.

W. Cavanagh, A. Lagia and C. Mee (2016) “Mortuary Practices in the Middle Bronze Age at Kouphovouno: Vernacular Dimensions of the Mortuary Ritual.” In Staging Death: Funerary Performance, Architecture and Landscape in the Aegean, edited by A. Dakouri-Hild and M. Boyd, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 207-225.

E. Nikita, A. Lagia and S. Triantaphyllou (2016) “Epidemiology and Pathology.” In A Companion to Science, Technology, and Medicine in Ancient Greece and Rome, First Edition. Edited by G. L. Irby, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 465-482.

N. D. Kontogiannis, I. M. Grigoropoulou, E. Barmparitsa, S. Sakkari, I. Moutafi, A. Lagia, and L. Karali (2015) “The Anavarin Mosque: An Investigation of the Mosque of the Anavarin -i- Cedid Fortress.” Hesperia 84, pp. 771-857.

J. Zurbach, D. Skorda, R. Orgeolet, A. Lagia, I. Moutafi, T. Krapf, B. Simier, R.-M. Bérard, G. Sintès et A. Chabrol (2015) “Kirrha,” Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 136-137.2 (2012-2013), pp. 569-592.

A. Lagia (2015) “The Potential and Limitations of Bioarchaeological Investigations in Classical Contexts in Greece: An Example from the Polis of Athens.” In Classical Archaeology in Context: Theory and Practice in Excavation in the Greek World, D. C. Haggis and C. M. Antonaccio, eds., New York: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 149-173.

A. Lagia (2015) “Diet and the polis: An Isotopic Study of Diet in Athens and Laurion during the Classical, Hellenistic and Imperial Roman Periods.” In Archaeodiet in the Greek world: Dietary Reconstruction from Stable Isotope Analysis, A. Papathanasiou, M. P. Richards, and S. C. Fox, eds., Hesperia Sup. 49, pp. 119-145.

A. Lagia (2014) “Health Inequalities in the Classical City: A Biocultural Approach to Socioeconomic Differentials in the Polis of Athens during the Classical, Hellenistic and Imperial Roman periods.” In: A.-C. Gilles (ed.), L’apport de la paléoanthropologie funéraire aux sciences historiques. Corps, Travail et statut social, Presses Universitaires du Septentrion: Archaiologia, pp. 95-115.

A. Lagia, A. Papathanasiou, and S. Triantaphyllou (2014) “The State of Approaches to Archaeological Human Remains in Greece.” In Archaeological approaches to human remains: Global perspectives, B. Ó Donnabháin and M. C. Lozada, eds., Springer, pp. 105-126.

A. Lagia, A. Papathanasiou, Z. Malakasioti, and F. Tsiouka (2013) “Cremations of the Early Iron Age from Mound 36 at Voulokalyva (Ancient Halos) in Thessaly: A Bioarchaeological Appraisal.” In Cremation Burials in the Region between the Middle Danube and the Aegean, 1300‒750 B.C., M. Lochner and F. Ruppenstein, eds., Proceedings of the International Symposium held at the Austrian Academy of Sciences at Vienna, February 11th‒12th, 2010, pp. 192-214.

A. Papathanasiou, A. Lagia, A. Doulgeri-Intsesiloglou, and P. Arahoviti (2012) “Βιοαρχαιολογικά δεδομένα από το Μυκηναϊκό νεκροταφείο στο Βελεστίνο, Μαγνησίας.” In Αρχαιολογικό Έργο Θεσσαλίας και Στερεάς Ελλάδας 3. Πρακτικά επιστημονικής συνάντησης, Βόλος 12. 3.–15. 3. 2009, A. Mazarakis Ainian, ed., pp. 213-227. V. Sabetai, με συμβολή της

A. Lagia (2012) “Ταφή νέας γυναίκας από την Ακραιφία: μια άωρη νεκρή του 4ου αιώνα π.Χ.”. In Δινήεσσα. Τιμητικός τόμος για την Κατερίνα Ρωμιοπούλου, Π. Αδάμ-Βελένη and Κ. Τζαναβάρη, eds., Thessaloniki, pp. 305-314.

A. Lagia and W. Cavanagh (2010) “Burials from Kouphovouno, Sparta, Laconia.” In MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age. Proceedings of a Conference held in Athens, 8-12 March 2006, G. Touchais, A. P. Touchais, S. Voutsaki and J. Wright, eds., Supplément, Bulletin de Correspondence Hellénique, pp. 333-346.

J. E. Buikstra and A. Lagia (2009) “Bioarchaeological Approaches to Aegean Archaeology.” In New Directions in the Skeletal Biology of Greece, L. A. Schepartz, S. C. Fox, and C. Bourbou, eds., Hesperia Supplement 43, OWLS 1, pp. 7-29.

G. Kavadias and A. Lagia, (2009) “Νέο φως σε παλαιά ευρήματα: Δυο κλασικοί τάφοι από το οικόπεδο Σαπουντζάκη στην Οδό Πειραιώς.” In Athenian Potters and Painters II, J. H. Oakley and O. Palagia, eds., Oxbow Books, pp. 73-89.

E. Vlachoyianni, A. Lagia and V. Sabetai-Arditti (2008) “Πολλαπλές Ταφές από το Νεκροταφείο της αρχαίας Ακραιφίας: Aρχαιολογική και Aνθρωπολογική Προσέγγιση.” Επετηρίς της Εταιρείας Βοιωτικών Μελετών, V. Aravantinos, ed., Τόμος 4, Τεύχος 4, Αθήνα, pp. 711-744.

A. Lagia (2007) “Notions of Childhood in the Classical Polis: evidence from the Bioarchaeological record.” In Constructions of Childhood in Greek and Roman Antiquity, J. Rutter and A. Cohen, eds., Hesperia Sup. 41, pp. 293-306.

A. Lagia (2007) “The Human Skeletal Remains.” In Die Submykenische Nekropole. Neufunde und Neubewertung, F. Ruppenstein, Kerameikos XVIII: Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen. Munich, pp. 273-281.

A. Lagia, C. Eliopoulos, and S. Manolis (2007) “Thalassemia: Macroscopic and Radiological study of a case.” International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 17, pp. 269-285.

C. Eliopoulos, A. Lagia, and S. Manolis (2007) “A modern, documented skeletal collection from Greece.” HOMO Journal of Comparative Human Biology 58, pp. 221-228.

A. Lagia, E. Petroutsa, and S. Manolis (2007) “Health and diet during the Middle Bronze Age in the Peloponnese: The site of Kouphovouno.” In Cooking up the Past. Food and Culinary Practices in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean, C. Mee and J. Renard, eds., Oxbow Books, pp. 313-328.

W. Cavannagh, C. Mee, J. Renard, with contributions of A. Gardeisen, A. Karabatsou and A. Lagia (2007) “Excavations at Kouphovouno, Laconia: Results from the 2001 and 2002 Seasons”, The Annual of the British School at Athens No. 102, pp. 11-101.

C. Roberts, C. Bourbou, A. Lagia, S. Triantaphyllou, and A. Tsaliki (2005) “Health and Disease in Greece: Past, Present and Future.” In Health in Antiquity, H. King, ed., Edinburgh University press, pp. 32-57.

A. Lagia (2002) “Ραμνούς, τάφος 8: ανασύσταση της ταφικής συμπεριφοράς μέσα από το πρίσμα της ταφονομικής και ανθρωπολογικής ανάλυσης.” Eulimene (Mediterranean Archaeological Society) 3, pp. 203-222.

A. Lagia (2000) “Kerameikos Grabung 1999. Preliminary Analysis of the Human Skeletal Remains,” Archäologischer Anzeiger, pp. 481-493.

A. Lagia (1999) “Στοιχεία καθημερινού βίου. Το ανθρωπολογικό υλικό από την ανασκαφή του Ρωμαϊκού κτίσματος αρ. 1 στο Νεκροταφείο του Κεραμεικού,” Athenische Mitteilungen 114, pp. 291-303.

Orgeolet, R., Skorda, D., Zurbach, J., de Barbarin, L., Bérard, R-M., Chevaux, B., Hubert, J., Krapf, T., Lagia, A., Lattard, A., Lefebvre, R., Maestracci, J., Mahé, A., Moutafi, I. Sedlbauer S. (2017) Kirrha 2008-2015: un bilan d’étape. 1. La fouille et les structures archéologiques. Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 141, pp. 41-116.

Conference papers

Βιοαρχαιολογικές παρατηρήσεις σε πολλαπλούς τάφους της ύστερης αρχαιότητας από τη Λαυρεωτική. A. Lagia, N. Giannakopoulou, and A. Kapetanios. ΙΕ΄Επιστημονική Συνάντηση ΝΑ Αττικής, Καλύβια Θορικού Αττικής, 17-20 Οκτωβρίου 2013.

Health inequalities in the classical city: a biocultural approach to socioeconomic differentials in the polis of Athens during the Classical, Hellenistic and Imperial Roman periods. A. Lagia. Corps, Travail et statut social. L’apport de la paléoanthropologie funéraire aux sciences historiques. Table ronde organisée par HALMA-IPEL–UMR 8164 (les 25-26 novembre 2010).

The practice of cremation in the EIA in Greece from the perspective of bioarchaeology: an overview of the evidence with an emphasis on the cremation burial mound of Voulokalyva in the region of ancient Halos at Almyros plain in Thessaly. Α. Lagia, A. Papathanasiou, Z. Malakasioti, and F. Tsiouka. Cremation Burials in the Region between the Middle Danube and the Aegean 1300 – 750 B.C. Austrian Academy of Sciences. Vienna, February 11–12, 2010.

Bioarchaeological data from the Mycenaen cemetery at Velestino, Magnesia. A. Papathanasiou, A. Lagia, A. Doulgeri-Intzesiloglou and P. Arahoviti. 3rd Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece 2006-2008. From Prehistory to the Contemporary Period. University of Thessaly, Volos, March 12–14, 2009.

The status of approaches to archaeological human remains in Greece. A. Lagia. Session: ‘Seeking a global perspective on archaeological human remains: Convergence or diversity in approaches to the reconstruction of the ancient past?’ B. O’Donnobhain – N. Lozada. Society for American Archaeology, 26-30 March 2008, Vancouver.

New light on old Finds: Two Classic period graves from Plateia Koumoundourou. G. Kavadias and A. Lagia. International Conference: Athenian Potters and Painters II. J. Oakley and O. Palagia, The American School of Classical Studies, 28-30 March 2007, Athens.

Diet and the polis: an isotopic study of diet in Athens and Laurion during the Classical, Hellenistic and early Roman periods. A. Lagia and M. Richards. Session: Stable Isotopic Studies in Greece, A. Papathanasiou and M. Richards. The 16th Meeting of the European Paleopathology Association, 27-30 August 2006, Santorini.

Paleopathology Workshop: an opportunity to assess the presentation of various forms of diseases as full skeletal phenomena based on documented cases from the Modern Reference Collection of the University of Athens. A. Lagia, C. Eliopoulos and S. Manolis. The 16th Meeting of the European Paleopathology Association, 28-30 August 2006, Santorini.

W. Cavanagh, P. Charlier, A. Lagia, C. Mee, J. Renard. MESOHELLADIKA. The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age. Athens 8-12 March 2006, The French School at Athens, the American School of Classical Studies, and the Netherlands Institute at Athens.

Differentiating the anemias from the skeleton: the diagnosis of thalassemia. A. Lagia, C. Eliopoulos, and S. Manolis. The 15th European Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Department of Archaeology, University of Durham, England, 10-14 August 2004.

Health and diet during the MBA in the Peloponnese: the case of Kouphovouno. A. Lagia, E. Petroutsa, and S. Manolis. Colloque international: Autour de la cuisine: Les pratiques alimentaires au Néolithique et au Bronze Ancien dans les régions égéennes. Université Blaise Pascal à Clermont-Ferrand, 22-24 Avril 2004.

A Case of Syphilis from the Greek Bioarchaeological record. A. Lagia, J. Grigoropoulou, N. Kontoyiannis, L. Karali and S.K. Manolis. International Conference of the Hellenic Anthropological Association, 21-23 November 2003, Athens.

Notions of Childhood in the Classical Polis: Evidence from the Bioarchaeological record. A. Lagia. Conference: Constructions of Childhood in the Ancient World. 6-8 Nov. 2003, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover.

Human skeletal trauma patterns in a contemporary sample from Athens, Greece: results from a pilot study. S.M. Abel, A.B. Falsetti, A. Lagia and S. Manolis. 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, 23-26 April, Tempe AZ.

A demographic and paleopathological assessment of a paleochristian population from the island of Kos. A. Lagia, I. Petroutsa and S. Manolis. 24th Annual meeting of the Hellenic Society for Biologial Sciences, 23-26 May 2002, Eretria, Euboea, Proceedings, pp. 163-4 (abs).

The morphological appearance of various forms of cancer on the human skeleton: the use of modern standards to assess disease in antiquity. A. Lagia and S. Manolis. 23rd Annual meeting of the Hellenic Society for Biologial Sciences, Chios 2001. Proceedings, p. 97 (abs).

Multiple burials from the cemetery of ancient Akraifia. An archaeological and anthropological approach. Vlachoyianni, A. Lagia and V. Sabetai-Arditti. 4th International Conference of Beotian Studies. Etairia Beotikon Spoudon, Thebes 2000.

Determination of age and sex from the human skeleton: Application and evaluation of several methods in a Modern Greek reference sample. A. Lagia, K. Moraitis, C. Eliopoulos and S. Manolis. 22nd Annual meeting of the Hellenic Society for Biologial Sciences, Skiathos 2000. Proceedings, p. 138 (abs).

Assessing community attitude from human skeletal remains: the burial of a child with a congenital anomaly of the spine from the Submycenaean cemetery of Kerameikos. A. Lagia and F. Ruppenstein. 26th Annual meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Colombus Ohio. PPA Meeting Report pp. 5-6 (abs).

Στοιχεία καθημερινού βίου. Το ανθρωπολογικό υλικό από την ανασκαφή του Ρωμαϊκού κτίσματος αρ. 1 στο Νεκροταφείο του Κεραμεικού. A. Lagia. Symposion: Die Ausgrabungen im Kerameikos. Bilanz und Perspektiven. Deutsches Archäeologiches Institut, 7-31 January 1999, Athens.

The skeletal manifestations of Acromegaly based on a modern case from the Wiener Human Skeletal Collection. A. Lagia and E. Kontanis. 4th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology Association, Chicago, Illinois 1997.

Widespread Skeletal Manifestations of Osteoblastic and Osteolytic Metastatic Cancer: Evidence from Two Modern Cases from the Wiener Human Skeletal Collection. A. Lagia. 24th Annual Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, St. Louis 1997.

Η σημασία της ανθρωπολογικής έρευνας. A. Λάγια. Συμπόσιο: “Η Μάνη μέσα στους αιώνες”, 26-27 July 1997, Αρεόπολη.

Contributing bodies: the foundation of the modern human skeletal collection of the University of Athens in Greece. A. Lagia. 83rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology (Washington DC, 11-15 April 2018)

Factors affecting health-related quality of life in classical contexts: bioarchaeological evidence from the Athenian asty and the region of Laurion in SE Attica. A. Lagia and A. Kapetanios. 19th International Congress of Classical Archaeology (Bonn, 22-26 May, 2018)

Βιοαρχαιολογικές παρατηρήσεις σε πολλαπλούς τάφους της ύστερης αρχαιότητας από τη Λαυρεωτική. A. Lagia, N. Giannakopoulou, and A. Kapetanios. ΙΕ΄Επιστημονική Συνάντηση ΝΑ Αττικής (Καλύβια Θορικού Αττικής, 17-20 Οκτωβρίου 2013)

Health inequalities in the classical city: a biocultural approach to socioeconomic differentials in the polis of Athens during the Classical, Hellenistic and Imperial Roman periods. A. Lagia. Corps, Travail et statut social. L’apport de la paléoanthropologie funéraire aux sciences historiques. Table ronde organisée par HALMA-IPEL–UMR 8164 (Lille, 25-26 novembre 2010)

The practice of cremation in the EIA in Greece from the perspective of bioarchaeology: an overview of the evidence with an emphasis on the cremation burial mound of Voulokalyva in the region of ancient Halos at Almyros plain in Thessaly. Α. Lagia, A. Papathanasiou, Z. Malakasioti, and F. Tsiouka. Cremation Burials in the Region between the Middle Danube and the Aegean 1300 – 750 B.C. Austrian Academy of Sciences. (Vienna, February 11–12, 2010)

Bioarchaeological data from the Mycenaen cemetery at Velestino, Magnesia. A. Papathanasiou, A. Lagia, A. Doulgeri-Intzesiloglou and P. Arahoviti. 3rd Archaeological Meeting of Thessaly and Central Greece 2006-2008. From Prehistory to the Contemporary Period. University of Thessaly (Volos, March 12–14, 2009)

The status of approaches to archaeological human remains in Greece. A. Lagia. Session: ‘Seeking a global perspective on archaeological human remains: Convergence or diversity in approaches to the reconstruction of the ancient past?’ B. O’Donnobhain – N. Lozada. Society for American Archaeology, (Vancouver, 26-30 March 2008)

New light on old finds: Two Classic period graves from Plateia Koumoundourou. G. Kavadias and A. Lagia. International Conference: Athenian Potters and Painters II. J. Oakley and O. Palagia, The American School of Classical Studies (Athens, 28-30 March 2007)

Diet and the polis: an isotopic study of diet in Athens and Laurion during the Classical, Hellenistic and early Roman periods. A. Lagia and M. Richards. The 16th Meeting of the European Paleopathology Association (Santorini, 27-30 August 2006)

Paleopathology Workshop: an opportunity to assess the presentation of various forms of diseases as full skeletal phenomena based on documented cases from the Modern Reference Collection of the University of Athens. A. Lagia, C. Eliopoulos and S. Manolis. The 16th Meeting of the European Paleopathology Association (Santorini, 28-30 August 2006)

Burials from Kouphovouno, Sparta, Laconia. MESOHELLADIKA. The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age. W. Cavanagh, P. Charlier, A. Lagia, C. Mee, J. Renard. The French School at Athens, the American School of Classical Studies, and the Netherlands Institute at Athens (Athens, 8-12 March 2006)

Differentiating the anaemias from the skeleton: the diagnosis of thalassemia. A. Lagia, C. Eliopoulos, and S. Manolis. The 15th European Meeting of the Paleopathology Association (Durham, 10-14 August 2004)

Health and diet during the MBA in the Peloponnese: the case of Kouphovouno. A. Lagia, E. Petroutsa, and S. Manolis. Colloque international: Autour de la cuisine: Les pratiques alimentaires au Néolithique et au Bronze Ancien dans les régions égéennes (Université Blaise Pascal à Clermont-Ferrand, 22-24 Avril 2004)

A Case of Syphilis from the Greek Bioarchaeological record. A. Lagia, J. Grigoropoulou, N. Kontoyiannis, L. Karali and S.K. Manolis. International Conference of the Hellenic Anthropological Association (Athens, 21-23 November 2003)

Notions of Childhood in the Classical Polis: Evidence from the Bioarchaeological record. A. Lagia. Conference: Constructions of Childhood in the Ancient World (Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, 6-8 Nov. 2003)

Human skeletal trauma patterns in a contemporary sample from Athens, Greece: results from a pilot study. S.M. Abel, A.B. Falsetti, A. Lagia and S. Manolis. 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (Tempe AZ, 23-26 April)

A demographic and palaeopathological assessment of a palaeochristian population from the island of Kos. A. Lagia, I. Petroutsa and S. Manolis. 24th Annual meeting of the Hellenic Society for Biological Sciences (Eretria, 23-26 May 2002)

The morphological appearance of various forms of cancer on the human skeleton: the use of modern standards to assess disease in antiquity. A. Lagia and S. Manolis. 23rd Annual meeting of the Hellenic Society for Biologial Sciences (Chios, 2001)

Multiple burials from the cemetery of ancient Akraifia. An archaeological and anthropological approach. Vlachoyianni, A. Lagia and V. Sabetai-Arditti. 4th International Conference of Beotian Studies. Etairia Beotikon Spoudon (Thebes, 2000)

Determination of age and sex from the human skeleton: Application and evaluation of several methods in a Modern Greek reference sample. A. Lagia, K. Moraitis, C. Eliopoulos and S. Manolis. 22nd Annual meeting of the Hellenic Society for Biological Sciences (Skiathos, 2000)

Assessing community attitude from human skeletal remains: the burial of a child with a congenital anomaly of the spine from the Submycenaean cemetery of Kerameikos.  A. Lagia and F. Ruppenstein. 26th Annual North American Meeting (Columbus, 27-28 April 1999)

Στοιχεία καθημερινού βίου. Το ανθρωπολογικό υλικό από την ανασκαφή του  Ρωμαϊκού κτίσματος αρ. 1 στο Νεκροταφείο του Κεραμεικού. A. Lagia. Symposion: Die Ausgrabungen im Kerameikos. Bilanz und Perspektiven. Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (Athens, 7-31 January 1999)

The skeletal manifestations of Acromegaly based on a modern case from the Wiener Human Skeletal Collection. A. Lagia and E. Kontanis. 4th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology Association (Chicago, 1997)

Widespread Skeletal Manifestations of Osteoblastic and Osteolytic Metastatic Cancer: Evidence from Two Modern Cases from the Wiener Human Skeletal Collection. A. Lagia. 24th Annual Meeting of the Paleopathology Association (St. Louis, 1997)

Η σημασία της ανθρωπολογικής έρευνας. A. Λάγια. Συμπόσιο: Η Μάνη μέσα στους αιώνες (Αρεόπολη, 26-27 July 1997)

ωπολογικής έρευνας. A. Λάγια. Συμπόσιο: Η Μάνη μέσα στους αιώνες (Αρεόπολη, 26-27 July 1997)

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