Talk:Bioarchaeology

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This article seems to confuse human remains with bones.[edit]

The term osteoarchaeology simply refers to the remains of bones, whereas "human remains" could refer to so-called "mummies" where more than a skeleton has been preserved. I am in no position to edit this article, yet this confusion could be misleading. (188.74.102.164 (talk) 15:35, 9 December 2010 (UTC))