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Dying at Amarna
Dabbs, G., 2010. Sex determination using the scapula in New Kingdom skeletons from Tell El-Amarna, Journal of Comparative Human Biology 61, 413-20.
Dabbs, G.R. and W.C. Schaffer, 2008. Akhenaten’s warrior? An assessment of traumatic injury at the South Tombs Cemetery. Paleopathology Newsletter 142 (June 2008), 20–9.
Dabbs, G. R. and M. Zabecki. 2014. Abandoned memories: a cemetery of forgotten souls? In B. W. Porter and A. T. Boutin (eds). Remembering and Commemorating the Dead: Recent Contributions in Bioarchaeology and Mortuary Analysis from the Ancient Near East. Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 217-50.
Dabbs, G. R., J. C. Rose and M. Zabecki. 2015. The bioarchaeology of Akhetaten: unexpected results from a capital city. In S. Ikram, J. Kaiser and R. Walker (eds), Egyptian Bioarchaeology: Humans, Animals, and the Environment. Leiden:Sidestone Press, 43-52.
Dabbs, G. R. and M. Zabecki. 2015. Slot-type fractures of the scapula at New Kingdom Tell el-Amarna, Egypt. International Journal of Paleopathology 11, 12-22.
Kemp, B.J., 2007. The orientation of burials at Tell el-Amarna. In Z. Hawass and J. Richards, eds, The Archaeology and Art of Ancient Egypt: Essays in Honour of David B. O’Connor, Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities, 21–31.
Kemp, B., A. Stevens, G.R. Dabbs, M. Zabecki and J.C. Rose. 2013. Life, death and beyond in Akhenaten’s Egypt: excavating the South Tombs Cemetery at Amarna. Antiquity 87, 64–78.
Rose, J., 2006. Paleopathology of the commoners at Tell Amarna, Egypt, Akhenaten’s capital city. Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 101 (Suppl. II), 73–6.
Rose, J. and M. Zabecki, 2009. The commoners of Tell el-Amarna. In S. Ikram and A. Dodson, eds, Beyond the Horizon: Studies in Egyptian Art, Archaeology and History in Honour of Barry J. Kemp, vol. 2, Cairo: Supreme Council of Antiquities, 408–22.