Death & Disease by Dr Alanah Buck
The life of the average Egyptian could sometimes be precarious and short. Broken bones, infections, and arthritis were all common among the general population. This was a world where even a toothache could result in death. Dr Alanah Buck is the State Forensic Anthropologist with the Dept Forensic Pathology, PathWest. Since 2004, Alanah has been a member of the Australian Centre for Egyptology Fieldwork Team (Macquarie University NSW) and has travelled many times to Egypt to assist in excavations and the examination of human remains.”
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