Diet and mobility during the Christian conquest of Iberia: The multi-isotopic investigation of a 12th–13th century military order in Évora, Portugal
is the tittle of the new article published by CIAS’ members Ana Luísa Santos, Cláudia Umbelino and Teresa Matos Fernandes. The article was published in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports (volume 30, April 2020, 102210).
The work aims to elucidate individual lifestyles and movement during the defence against Muslim armies in the 12th–13th century Christian conquest by using a multi-isotopic approach on skeletal material from eight Christian and two Muslim burials from Évora, Portugal. The full text is available HERE.
The article is co-authored by Rebecca Anne MacRoberts, Cristina Maria Barrocas Dias, Ana Gonçalves, Jose Santos, Sara Ribeiro, Bernd R. Schöne, Filomena Barros, Fernando Correia, Herminia Vasconcelos Vilar, and Anne-France Maurer.