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A History of Caries in the Middle Ages: Characteristics and Cultural Profiles

Abstract : In paleopathology, since the mid-1960s, caries and its characteristics have been studied on nnedieval teeth by many different teams in Europe, particularly in relation to the dietary and cultural habits of the populations concerned. The aims of this article are to propose a global study of caries within European medieval populations through various parameters such as prevalence, distribution, location, gender, and diet.
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Aymat Catafau, Delphine Carayon, Anne-Marie Grimoud, Richard Donat, Eric Crubezy, et al.. A History of Caries in the Middle Ages: Characteristics and Cultural Profiles. Journal of the history of dentistry, 2016, 64 (2), pp.59-66. ⟨hal-02453917⟩

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