Silvia M. Bello
Silvia M. Bello
The Natural History Museum, Earth Sciences
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TitleCited byYear
Age and sex bias in the reconstruction of past population structures
SM Bello, A Thomann, M Signoli, O Dutour, P Andrews
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2006
1812006
A new method for the quantitative analysis of cutmark micromorphology
SM Bello, C Soligo
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (6), 1542-1552, 2008
1682008
Quantitative micromorphological analyses of cut marks produced by ancient and modern handaxes
SM Bello, SA Parfitt, C Stringer
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (9), 1869-1880, 2009
1612009
The intrinsic pattern of preservation of human skeletons and its influence on the interpretation of funerary behaviours
S Bello, P Andrews
Social archaeology of funerary remains, 1-13, 2006
1052006
Earliest directly-dated human skull-cups
SM Bello, SA Parfitt, CB Stringer
PLoS One 6 (2), 2011
742011
Pattern in human burial practice
P Andrews, S Bello
Social archaeology of funerary remains, 14-29, 2006
712006
When Neanderthals used cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) remains: Bone retouchers from unit 5 of Scladina Cave (Belgium)
G Abrams, SM Bello, K Di Modica, S Pirson, D Bonjean
Quaternary International 326, 274-287, 2014
652014
Application of 3-dimensional microscopy and micro-CT scanning to the analysis of Magdalenian portable art on bone and antler
SM Bello, I De Groote, G Delbarre
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (5), 2464-2476, 2013
612013
3‐dimensional microscope analysis of bone and tooth surface modifications: comparisons of fossil specimens and replicas
SM Bello, E Verveniotou, L Cornish, SA Parfitt
Scanning 33 (5), 316-324, 2011
512011
Lower Paleolithic bone tools from the ‘Spear Horizon’at Schöningen (Germany)
T Van Kolfschoten, SA Parfitt, J Serangeli, SM Bello
Journal of human evolution 89, 226-263, 2015
482015
Two hominin incisor teeth from the middle Pleistocene site of Boxgrove, Sussex, England
SW Hillson, SA Parfitt, SM Bello, MB Roberts, CB Stringer
Journal of human evolution 59 (5), 493-503, 2010
482010
Upper Palaeolithic ritualistic cannibalism: Gough’s Cave (Somerset, UK) from head to toe
SM Bello, SA Parfitt, I Cáceres, P Saladié, A Rodriguez
Journal of Human Evolution 82, 170-189, 2015
442015
New results from the examination of cut-marks using three-dimensional imaging
SM Bello
Developments in Quaternary Sciences 14, 249-262, 2011
442011
Les processus de conservation différentielle du squelette des individus immatures. Implications sur les reconstitutions paléodémographiques
S Bello, M Signoli, E Rabino Massa, O Dutour
Bulletins et Mémoires de la Société d’Anthropologie de Paris, 2002
432002
Investigating experimental knapping damage on an antler hammer: a pilot-study using high-resolution imaging and analytical techniques
SM Bello, SA Parfitt, I De Groote, G Kennaway
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (12), 4528-4537, 2013
302013
Late persistence of the Acheulian in southern Britain in an MIS 8 interstadial: evidence from Harnham, Wiltshire
MR Bates, FF Wenban-Smith, SM Bello, DR Bridgland, LT Buck, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 101, 159-176, 2014
292014
Iberomaurusian funerary behaviour: evidence from Grotte des Pigeons, Taforalt, Morocco
L Humphrey, SM Bello, E Turner, A Bouzouggar, N Barton
Journal of Human Evolution 62 (2), 261-273, 2012
282012
Cannibalism versus funerary defleshing and disarticulation after a period of decay: comparisons of bone modifications from four prehistoric sites
SM Bello, R Wallduck, V Dimitrijević, I Živaljević, CB Stringer
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 161 (4), 722-743, 2016
232016
A cut‐marked and fractured Mesolithic human bone from Kent's Cavern, Devon, UK
RJ Schulting, SM Bello, B Chandler, TFG Higham
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 25 (1), 31-44, 2015
232015
Sex differences in infant mortality in Spitalfields, London, 1750-1839.
L Humphrey, S Bello, E Rousham
Journal of biosocial science 44 (1), 95, 2012
192012
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