The Archaeology of Death in Recent Times: Practices and Ethical Issues from a Case Study
Based on an undocumented excavation of a cemetery in use between 1784 and 1905 in Marseille, this commentary aims to decipher the questions of deontology and ethics raised by the archaeology of recent death.
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