Darwin-L Message Log 5:127 (January 1994)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<5:127>From agelarakis@auvax1.adelphi.edu  Mon Jan 24 17:16:27 1994

Date: Mon, 24 Jan 1994 18:22:56 EST
From: agelarakis@auvax1.adelphi.edu
To: Darwin-L@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
Subject: Greetings

My name is Anagnosti P. Agelarakis, a relatively new member to Darwin-L, and
fascinated by the  diversity of interesting issues and themes communicated in
this  network system.  I teach Prehistoric Archeology,  Physical
Anthropology and Paleopathology at the Department of Anthropology of Adelphi
University.   I excavate in the eastern Mediterranean region since 1976.  My
interests revolve around the recovery and documentation of human skeletal
populations from burial grounds, and the anthropological archeometric and
paleoenvironmental interpretations relative to the study of the human remains
whithin a holistic and interdisciplinary context.
* Anagnosti P. Agelarakis, Dept. of Anthropology, Adelphi University,
* Garden City, L.I., New York 11530  Tel:(516) 877-4112, Fax:(516) 877-4191

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