This volume deals with cremated remains, both human and animal, from over 2,000 urns. Age and sex identifications of the individuals are presented, together with their grave-good associations. Animal bone was found in a large proportion of urns, and represented a wide range of animals, mostly but not exclusively domestic. There is a discussion of the identified pathologies and various aspects of cremation ritual and technology.
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