Métodos morfoscópicos para analizar restos humanos quemados y cremaciones


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    Métodos morfoscópicos para analizar restos humanos quemados y cremaciones
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    El objetivo de este artículo es presentar y discutir los métodos morfológicos y métricos más importantes que se utilizan en el estudio de los restos humanos que han sido quemados o que están calcinados. Estos métodos tienen varios propósitos: la reconstrucción del perfil biológico de los individuos, la reconstrucción de las alteraciones térmicas y la identificación de prácticas culturales relacionadas con la manipulación de los restos humanos en los rituales funerarios.

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    The objective of this article is to present and discuss the most important morphological and metric methods used in the study of human remains that have been burned or that are calcined. These methods have several purposes: the reconstruction of the biological profile of individuals, the reconstruction of thermal alterations and the identification of cultural practices related to the manipulation of human remains in funeral rituals.

    Referencias:
    Referencias Bibliográficas: AlQahtani, S. J., Hector, M. P. y Liversidge, H. M. (2010). Brief communication: The London atlas of human tooth development and eruption. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 142(3), 481-490. doi:10.1002/ajpa.21258 Arizona State Museum UoA (2018). ASM osteology recording packet. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona. https://statemuseum.arizona.edu/crm/document/asm-osteologyrecording- packet-2018 (último día de acceso 25 de febrero de 2020). Baby, R. S. (1954). Hopewell Cremation Practices. Columbus: Ohio Historical Society. Baker, R. K. (1984). The Relationship of Cranial Suture Closure and Age Analyzed in a Modern Multi-Racial Sample of Males and Females. (M. A.). State University, Fullerton, California. Bass, W. M. y Jantz , R. L. (2004). Cremation Weights in East Tennessee. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 49(5), 901-904. Bedford, M. E., Russell, E. K. y Lovejoy, C. O. (1989). The Utility of the Auricular Surface Aging Technique. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Arnerican Association of Physical Anthropologists, San Diego. Binford, L. R. (1963). An Analysis of Cremations from Three Michigan Sites. Wisconsin Archaeologist, 44(2), 89-110. Bohnert, M., Schmidt, U., Grobe Perdekamp, M. y Pollack, S. (2002). Diagnosis of a Captive-Bolt Injury in a Skull Extremely Destroyed by Fire. Forensic Science International, 127, 192-197. Brooks, S. T. y Suchey, J. M. (1990). Skeletal Age Determination Based on the Os Pubis: A comparison of the Acsádi-Nemeskeri and Suchey- Brooks Methods. Human Evolution, 5(227-238). Brooks, T. R., Bodkin, T. E., Pott s, G. E. y Smullen, S. A. (2006). Elemental Analysis of Human Cremains Using ICP-OES to Classify Legitimate and Contaminated Cremains. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 51(5), 967- 973. Brothwell, D. R. (1963). Digging Up Bones The Excavation, Treatment and Study of Human Skeletal Remains. London: The Trustees of The British Museum. Buckberry, J. L. y Chamberlain, A. T. (2002). Age estimation from the auricular surface of the ilium: A revised method. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 119, 231-239. Buikstra, J. E. y Swegle, M. (1989). Bone Modifi cation Due to Burning: Experimental Evidence. En R. Bonnichsen y M. H. Sorg (Eds.), Bone Modifi cation (pp. 247-258). Orono, Maine: University of Maine. Buikstra, J. E. y Ubelaker, D. (1994). Standards for Data Collection from Human Skeletal Remains: Proceeding of a Seminar at the Field Museum of Natural History organized by Jonathan Haas. Fayett eville. Cerezo-Román, J. I. (2014a). Pathways to Personhood: Cremation as a Social Practice among the Tucson Basin Hohokam. En I. Kuijt, C. Quinn y G. Cooney (Eds.), Transformation by Fire: Cremation in Cultural Context (pp. 148-167). Tucson: The University of Arizona Press. Cerezo-Román, J. I. (2014b). Unpacking Personhood and Identity in The Hohokam Area of Southern Arizona. (PhD). The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. Cerezo-Román, J. I. (2015). Unpacking Personhood and Identity in the Hohokam Area of Southern Arizona. American Antiquity, 80(2), 353- 375. Cerezo-Román, J. I., Deforce, K., Henrotay, D. y Neer, W. V. (2017). From Life to Death: Dynamics of Personhood in Gallo-Roman Funeral Rituals, Arlon, Belgium. In J. I. Cerezo-Román, A. Wessman y H. Williams (Eds.), Cremation and the Archaeology of Death. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cerezo-Román, J. I. y Hernández Espinosa, P. (2014). Estimating Age at Death Using the Sternal End of the Fourth Ribs from Mexican Males. Forensic Science International, 236, 196.e191-196e196. Cerezo-Román, J. I., Nava Maldonado, S. I., Cruz, C., Watson, J. T. y Villalpando, E. (2017). Changes in Remembrance of a Cremation Urnfi eld Cemetery from Prehispanic Times to the Present at Cerro de Trincheras, Sonora, Mexico. Latin American Antiquity (29) (1). 185- 190. Cerezo-Román, J. I., Wessman, A. y Williams, H. 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William (Eds.), Cremation and the Archaeology of Death. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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    Métodos morfoscópicos para analizar restos humanos quemados y cremaciones
    Noroeste de México Núm. 1 Año 1 (2020) enero-junio

    Resumen:
    El objetivo de este artículo es presentar y discutir los métodos morfológicos y métricos más importantes que se utilizan en el estudio de los restos humanos que han sido quemados o que están calcinados. Estos métodos tienen varios propósitos: la reconstrucción del perfil biológico de los individuos, la reconstrucción de las alteraciones térmicas y la identificación de prácticas culturales relacionadas con la manipulación de los restos humanos en los rituales funerarios.

    Abstract:
    The objective of this article is to present and discuss the most important morphological and metric methods used in the study of human remains that have been burned or that are calcined. These methods have several purposes: the reconstruction of the biological profile of individuals, the reconstruction of thermal alterations and the identification of cultural practices related to the manipulation of human remains in funeral rituals.

    Referencias:
    Referencias Bibliográficas: AlQahtani, S. J., Hector, M. P. y Liversidge, H. M. (2010). Brief communication: The London atlas of human tooth development and eruption. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 142(3), 481-490. doi:10.1002/ajpa.21258 Arizona State Museum UoA (2018). ASM osteology recording packet. Tucson, Arizona: Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona. https://statemuseum.arizona.edu/crm/document/asm-osteologyrecording- packet-2018 (último día de acceso 25 de febrero de 2020). Baby, R. S. (1954). Hopewell Cremation Practices. Columbus: Ohio Historical Society. Baker, R. K. (1984). The Relationship of Cranial Suture Closure and Age Analyzed in a Modern Multi-Racial Sample of Males and Females. (M. A.). State University, Fullerton, California. Bass, W. M. y Jantz , R. L. (2004). Cremation Weights in East Tennessee. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 49(5), 901-904. Bedford, M. E., Russell, E. K. y Lovejoy, C. O. (1989). The Utility of the Auricular Surface Aging Technique. Paper presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Arnerican Association of Physical Anthropologists, San Diego. Binford, L. R. (1963). An Analysis of Cremations from Three Michigan Sites. Wisconsin Archaeologist, 44(2), 89-110. Bohnert, M., Schmidt, U., Grobe Perdekamp, M. y Pollack, S. (2002). Diagnosis of a Captive-Bolt Injury in a Skull Extremely Destroyed by Fire. Forensic Science International, 127, 192-197. Brooks, S. T. y Suchey, J. M. (1990). Skeletal Age Determination Based on the Os Pubis: A comparison of the Acsádi-Nemeskeri and Suchey- Brooks Methods. Human Evolution, 5(227-238). Brooks, T. R., Bodkin, T. E., Pott s, G. E. y Smullen, S. A. (2006). Elemental Analysis of Human Cremains Using ICP-OES to Classify Legitimate and Contaminated Cremains. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 51(5), 967- 973. Brothwell, D. R. (1963). Digging Up Bones The Excavation, Treatment and Study of Human Skeletal Remains. 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(PhD). The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona. Cerezo-Román, J. I. (2015). Unpacking Personhood and Identity in the Hohokam Area of Southern Arizona. American Antiquity, 80(2), 353- 375. Cerezo-Román, J. I., Deforce, K., Henrotay, D. y Neer, W. V. (2017). From Life to Death: Dynamics of Personhood in Gallo-Roman Funeral Rituals, Arlon, Belgium. In J. I. Cerezo-Román, A. Wessman y H. Williams (Eds.), Cremation and the Archaeology of Death. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Cerezo-Román, J. I. y Hernández Espinosa, P. (2014). Estimating Age at Death Using the Sternal End of the Fourth Ribs from Mexican Males. Forensic Science International, 236, 196.e191-196e196. Cerezo-Román, J. I., Nava Maldonado, S. I., Cruz, C., Watson, J. T. y Villalpando, E. (2017). Changes in Remembrance of a Cremation Urnfi eld Cemetery from Prehispanic Times to the Present at Cerro de Trincheras, Sonora, Mexico. Latin American Antiquity (29) (1). 185- 190. Cerezo-Román, J. I., Wessman, A. y Williams, H. 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