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Violent times: bioarchaeologies in the Americas - Debra L. Martin, Ryan P. Harrod & Ventura R. Pérez (ed.). The bioarchaeology of violence. xiv+291 pages, 42 illustrations, 21 tables. 2012. Gainesville (FL): University of Florida Press; 978-0-8130-4150-6 hardback $74.95. - Tiffiny Tung. Violence, ritual and the Wari empire. A social bioarchaeology of imperialism in the ancient Andes. xxiv+244 pages, 66 illustrations, 17 tables. 2012. Gainesville (FL): University of Florida Press; 978-0-8130-3767-7 hardback $74.95.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

Richard J. Chacon*
Affiliation:
*Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA (Email: chaconr@winthrop.edu)

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Copyright © Antiquity Publications Ltd. 2013

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