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Posted at Aug 26, 2014 by MG

A comparison of female and male oral health in skeletal populations from late Roman Britain: Implications for die » mdlinx.com

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Researchers assessed the palaeopathological evidence for gender differences in dietary habits in Roman Britain by comparing the oral health of sexed individuals from two late Romano–British sites (Ancaster, Lincolnshire, and Winchester, Hampshire, England). They found comparable rates of caries, periapical lesions and antemortem tooth loss in females and males which indicates a broad similarity in the diets of men and women.

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