The Gallina of New Mexico: a culture of violence?
This thesis research examines the interpersonal violence occurring within the Gallina cultural group of the Ancestral Pueblo tradition in north-central New Mexico (A.D. 1050-1250/1300). In order to understand actual events of violence, the skeletal material of the Gallina was examined. In-depth analysis of all the remains associated with the Gallina allowed for the creation of a comprehensive view of the age-at-death and sex distribution. Additionally, the use of standard osteological procedures was used to identify and describe traumatic injuries found on the skeletal material attributed to ...
(For more, see "View full record.")