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Recognised for his work in both human and animal paleopathology, Don Brothwell has interests in the broad field of the archaeological sciences, but particularly in human palaeoecology (which includes environmental archaeology). Currently based at the University of York, England, he is still active in the field despite his retirement and current research projects include an investigation of Mummies in the Yemen (with Stephen Buckley).
Baker, J, and Brothwell, D. 1980. Animal Diseases in Archaeology. London: Academic Press.
Brothwell, D. 1969. The palaeopathology of Pleistocene and more recent mammals, pp 310-314. In Brothwell, D. and Higgs, E (eds.), Science in Archaeology. New York: Thames and Hudson.
Brothwell, D. 1981. Digging up Bones. Third Edition. New York: Cornell University Press.
Brothwell, D. 1988. Smut, scab and pox: disease and environmental archaeology, pp273-277. In Bintliff, J.L., Davidson, D.A. and Grant, E.G. (eds.), Conceptual Issues in Environmental Archaeology. Edinburgh: University Press.
Brothwell, D. 1988. On zoonoses and their relevance to paleopathology, pp 18-22. In Ortner, D.J and Aufderheide, A.C (eds.). Human Paleopathology: Current Syntheses and Future Options. Washington and London: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Brothwell, D. 1991. Malocclusion and methodology: The problem and relevance of dental malalignment in animals. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 1: 27-37.
Brothwell, D. 1993. Avian osteopathology and its evaluation. Archaeofauna 2: 33-43.
Brothwell, D. 2000. On the complex nature of microbial ecodynamics in relation to earlier human palaeoecology, in G. Bailey, R. Charles and N. Winder (eds) Human ecodynamics
Brothwell, D. 2000. Studies on skeletal and dental variation: a view across two centuries, in M. Cox and S. Mays (eds) Human osteology in archaeology and forensic science
Brothwell, D. 2002. Ancient avian osteopetrosis: the current state of knowledge. Proceedings of the 4th Meeting of the ICAZ Bird Working Group Kraków, Poland, 11-15 September 2001. Acta zoologica cracoviensia 45 (special issue): 315-318.
Brothwell, D, Dobney, K, and Ervynck, A. 1996. On the causes of perforations in archaeological domestic cattle skulls. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 6: 471-487.
Brothwell, D. R., and Sandison, A. T. (eds.) 1967. Diseases in Antiquity. Springfield: Thomas.
Dobney, K, and Brothwell, D. 1988. A Scanning Electron Microscope Study of Archaeological Dental Calculus, pp 372-385. In Olsen, S.L (ed.) Scanning Electron Microscopy in Archaeology. British Archaeological Reports International Series 452. Oxford: BAR.
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