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Original scientific paper

Split from the 16th to 19th century through the prism of anthropological research

Željana Bašić ; Klinički zavod za patologiju, sudsku medicinu i citologiju KBC Split
Ivana Anterić ; Klinički zavod za patologiju, sudsku medicinu i citologiju KBC Split
Ela Škorić ; Klinički zavod za patologiju, sudsku medicinu i citologiju KBC Split
Katarina Vilović ; Klinički zavod za patologiju, sudsku medicinu i citologiju KBC Split
Šimun Anđelinović ; Klinički zavod za patologiju, sudsku medicinu i citologiju KBC Split


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Abstract

This article presents the results of anthropological analysis of bone material that was discovered in trench 9 in the Dominican Monastery of St. Catherine in Split. Due to the fact that it was a burial chamber with several skeletons, forensic–anthropological methods were applied with the aim to determine the minimal number of individuals. In addition, the anthropological characteristics of the population, the demographic structure, the quality of life and living conditions of the late mediaeval/ modern population were illustrated. The results were compared to the results of sites in Croatia and abroad.

Keywords

Monastery of St. Catherine in Split, 16th–19th century, forensic–anthropological analysis, minimal number of individuals, anthropological characteristics, demographic structure, health and diseases

Hrčak ID:

81110

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/81110

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