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Gregorio Oxilia

Ricercatore a tempo determinato tipo a) (junior)

Dipartimento di Beni Culturali

Settore scientifico disciplinare: BIO/08 ANTROPOLOGIA

Pubblicazioni

- S. Heydari-Guran et al. The discovery of an in situ Neanderthal remain in the Bawa Yawan Rockshelter, West-Central Zagros Mountains, Kermanshah. PLOS ONE, 2021, 16(8): e0253708. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0253708

- G. Oxilia et al. Exploring directional and fluctuating asymmetry in the human palate during growth American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2021, 175(4), pp. 847–864

- E. Bortolini*, L. Pagani* and G. Oxilia* et al. Early Alpine occupation backdates westward human migration in Late Glacial Europe. Current Biology, 2021, 31(11), pp. 2484–2493.e7. *these authors contributed equally.

- G. Oxilia et al. Exploring late Paleolithic and Mesolithic diet in the Eastern Alpine region of Italy through multiple proxies. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2021, 174(2), pp. 232–253

- S.Silvestrini et al. Integrated multidisciplinary ecological analysis from the Uluzzian settlement at the Uluzzo C Rock Shelter, south-eastern Italy. Journal of Quaternary Science, 2021.

- F. Badino et al. The fast-acting “pulse” of Heinrich Stadial 3 in a mid-latitude boreal ecosystem. Scientific Reports, 2020, 10(1), 18031

- A. Nava et al. Early life of Neanderthals Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2020, 117(46), pp. 28719–28726

- S. Arrighi et al. Between the hammerstone and the anvil: bipolar knapping and other percussive activities in the late Mousterian and the Uluzzian of Grotta di Castelcivita (Italy). Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 2020, 12(11), 271

- M. Romandini*, G. Oxilia*, E. Bortolini*, et al. A late Neanderthal tooth from northeastern Italy. Journal of Human Evolution, 2020, 147, 102867, doi: 10.1016/j.jhevol.2020.102867. *these authors contributed equally.

- O. A. Higgins et al. Comparing traditional and virtual approaches in the micro-excavation and analysis of cremated remains. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 2020, 32, 102396

- S.Benazzi et al. A focus on the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in the Mediterranean area. Quaternary International, 2020, 551, pp. 1–6

- C. Collina et al. Refining the Uluzzian through a new lithic assemblage from Roccia San Sebastiano, Mondragone, Southern Italy. Quaternary International, 2020, 551, pp. 150–168

- M. Romandini et al. Macromammal and bird assemblages across the late Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in Italy: an extended zooarchaeological review, Quaternary International, 2020, 551, pp. 188–223

- S. Arrighi et al. Bone tools, ornaments and other unusual objects during the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in Italy, Quaternary International, 2020, 551, pp. 169–187

- G. Marciani et al. Lithic techno-complexes in Italy from 50 to 39 thousand years BP: An overview of lithic technological changes across the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic boundary, Quaternary International, 2020, 551, pp. 123–149

- F. Badino et al. An overview of Alpine and Mediterranean palaeogeography, terrestrial ecosystems and climate history during MIS 3 with focus on the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition, Quaternary International, 2020, 551, pp. 7–28

- F. Lugli et al. Fast offline data reduction of laser ablation MC-ICP-MS Sr isotope measurements via an interactive Excel-based spreadsheet. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, 2020, 35(5), pp. 852–862

S. Arrighi et al. Backdating systematic shell ornament making in Europe to 45,000 years ago. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 2020, 12(2), 59

- M. D. Garralda et al. The neanderthal teeth from marillac (charente, sw of france): morphology, comparisons and paleobiology. Journal of Human Evolution, 2020, 138, 102683

- F. Lugli et al. (2019). Enamel peptides reveal the sex of the Late Antique ‘Lovers of Modena’. Scientific Reports, 2019, 9(1), 13130

- M. Traversari et al. Multidisciplinary study on a probable archaeoanthropological case of fibrous dysplasia (FD) from Certosa Monumental Cemetery (Bologna, Italy) International Journal of Paleopathology, 2019, 25, pp. 1–8

- E.Cristiani et al. Dental calculus and isotopes provide direct evidence of fish and plant consumption in Mesolithic Mediterranean. Scientific Reports, 2018, 8(1), 8147

- G. Oxilia et al. The physiological linkage between molar inclination and dental macrowear pattern. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2018, 166(4), pp. 941–951

- L. Fiorenza et al. Functional relationship between dental macrowear, abrasion and food preparation methods in Late Pleistocene and recent modern human populations. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 2018, 28(2), pp. 153–161

- R. Sorrentino et al. Unravelling biocultural population structure in 4th/3rd century BC Monterenzio Vecchio (Bologna, Italy) through a comparative analysis of strontium isotopes, non-metric dental evidence, and funerary practices. PLoS ONE, 2018, 13(3), e0193796

- A. Vazzana et al. A multianalytic investigation of weapon-related injuries in a Late Antiquity necropolis, Mutina, Italy. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 2018, 17, pp. 550–559

- A. Riga, G. Oxilia, D. Panetta, et al. (2018). Human deciduous teeth from the Middle Stone Age layers of Sibudu Cave (South Africa). Journal of Anthropological Sciences, 2018, 96, pp. 75–87

- C. Margherita, G. Oxilia et al. Morphological description and morphometric analyses of the Upper Palaeolithic human remains from Dzudzuana and Satsurblia caves, western Georgia. Journal of Human Evolution, 2017, 113, pp. 83–90

- E. Been et al. The first Neanderthal remains from an open-air Middle Palaeolithic site in the Levant. Scientific Reports, 2017, 7(1), 2958

- G. Oxilia et al. Letter to the editor: Reply to Hardy & Buckley: Earliest evidence of bitumen from Homo sp. teeth is from El Sidron. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2017, 164(1), pp. 214–215

- C. Figus et al. The study of commingled non-adult human remains: Insights from the 16th–18th centuries community of Roccapelago (Italy). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 2017, 14, pp. 382–391

- G. Oxilia et al. The dawn of dentistry in the late upper Paleolithic: An early case of pathological intervention at Riparo Fredian. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 2017, 163(3), pp. 446–461

- J. Arnaud, et al. A reexamination of the Middle Paleolithic human remains from Riparo Tagliente, Italy. Quaternary International, 2016, 425, pp. 437–444

-C. Margherita et al. A reassessment of the presumed Torrener Bärenhöhle’s Paleolithic human tooth. Journal of Human Evolution, 2016, 93, pp. 120–125.

- G. Oxilia et al. Earliest evidence of dental caries manipulation in the Late Upper Palaeolithic. Scientific Reports, 2015, 5, 12150

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