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One accident too many?

Margaret A. Judd

Presentation of a skeleton discovered in the Sudan in the 1996/7 season of the Northern Dongola Reach Survey, sponsored by the Sudan Archaeological Research Society, in a small Kerma period cemetery (P37), south of Kawa. This skeleton exhibits an unusually interesting range of injuries, which are listed and discussed.

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To reference this article we suggest
Judd, M.A. 'One accident too many?', BMSAES 3 (2002), 42-54, http://www.thebritishmuseum.ac.uk/bmsaes/issue3/judd.html

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mjudd@thebritishmuseum.ac.uk