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Australasian Historical Archaeology
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  • Volume 35 The old Sydney burial ground: Clues from the dentition about the
           ancestry, health and diet of the first british settlers of Australia
    • Abstract: Donlon, Denise; Griffin, Rebecca; Casey, Mary
      In 2008 the salvage excavation of a section of the Old Sydney Burial Ground (OSBG), one of Australia's earliest British cemeteries, found the remains of 68 graves, 33 of which had been at least partially exhumed previously. Thirty of these graves contained poorly preserved partial skeletal remains and nine contained human teeth. Attribution of ancestry was investigated by examining tooth size and tooth attrition or wear. Health and diet were explored by observing the presence of dental caries, enamel hypoplasia, tooth wear, ante-mortem tooth loss and periodontal disease. Tooth size was compared with prehistoric Australian Aboriginal remains and modern African, Asian and European populations and was found to be small in relation to all these groups, which is consistent with the remains being of British ancestry. The teeth were also compared with eighteenth to nineteenth-century skeletal remains from Britain, and the nineteenth-century Australian descendants of British settlers. Again, the OSBG teeth were found to be smaller than these teeth, which may further suggest poor nutritional status. The high prevalence of dental enamel hypoplasia is indicative of poor health and/or diet up to six years of age while the moderate prevalence of caries is suggestive of a diet with some sugars and/or fermentable carbohydrates.

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 The old Sydney burial ground: An inference of early colonial
           diet in Sydney and Britain
    • Abstract: Owen, Timothy; Casey, Mary; Pitt, Nicholas
      This research paper provides the results of an investigation into early Sydney colonial diet through isotopic analysis of bone collagen and tooth enamel from individuals interred in the Old Sydney Burial Ground (1792-1820). Up to 1820 the majority of Sydney's earliest non-Aboriginal population were migrants from Britain and Ireland; relatively few births occurred in New South Wales. Historical investigation has shown the early problems with food supply in NSW resulted in the cultivation of both wheat and maize. Maize was perceived as a low status food, and consequently consumed by the convict and soldier classes.

      The research has been used to infer whether a Sydney specific diet can be identified isotopically. Comparison has been drawn against stable isotope results from an early cemetery in Adelaide, regional Holocene Aboriginal diets and a number of cemeteries in England and Ireland to highlight possible variability between early colonial centres in Australia.

      The outcome of the dietary analysis was a confirmation that a diet outside the isotopic ranges recorded in most contemporary British and Irish analysed samples was detected for the OSBG sample. The isotopic signature is synonymous with the historical records, which provide evidence for the historically early consumption of maize and a reliance on terrestrial meat. This diet was starkly different to the diet consumed by both the local Aboriginal population and early Adelaide colonisers. The early diets of colonists, born in Britain, reflect further regional differences beyond those previously identified by contemporary research into English cemeteries.

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 The old Sydney burial ground: Using isotopic analysis to infer
           the origin of individual skeletons
    • Abstract: Owen, Timothy; Casey, Mary
      This research seeks to investigate the themes of colonial population migration through the exhumed remains from Sydney's first official cemetery - the Old Sydney Burial Ground. Located beneath the heart of Sydney's centre, this cemetery served as not quite the final resting place for up to 2361 of Sydney's earliest colonial population. The study has examined radiogenic strontium and stable oxygen isotopes from the dental enamel of ten burials. Bivariate analysis contrasting the results against published data from Britain and Ireland has allowed the origins of the individual burials to be described; in two instances, possibly to the town of birth - Blair Atholl, Scotland.

      The research provides new directions in the investigations of colonial population movement to Australia, and presents a context for future bioarchaeological and morphological research into colonial diet and health.

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 The old Sydney burial ground: The 2008 archaeological
           investigations
    • Abstract: Pitt, Nicholas; Casey, Mary; Lowe, Anthony; Stocks, Robyn
      Upgrade works in 2008 to the Sydney Town Hall required the archaeological excavation and removal of a portion of the Old Sydney Burial Ground. This was the principal burial place for the non-Aboriginal population of Sydney from September 1792 to January 1820. The 2008 archaeological investigation recorded evidence for 68 burials. This paper summarises key results of this investigation, apart from the skeletal remains. The archaeological remains provided insights into the burial practices of the early colonists, including the spatial arrangement of graves and coffin construction methods. Comparisons with other burial grounds and cemeteries in Australia and overseas revealed that some of these burial practices were unusual, while most others were commonplace. Unusual practices included the adjacent burials of adults and children, thought to be mothers and their children, a substantial minority of burials orientated facing west, and a lack of coffin furniture and clothing-related artefacts. This paper discusses possible reasons for west-facing burials with reference to the broader symbolic meanings attached to burial orientation. It considers the possibility that these formed a distinct group, but concludes that without further evidence no firm identification can be made. It also presents evidence from the 2008 investigation that demonstrates the limited extent of the nineteenth-century exhumations.

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 The use of surveyors' field notes in historical archaeology
           research
    • Abstract: Burke, Shane
      This paper provides a primer that unlocks data in surveyors' field notes. Surveyors' field books contain copious data about cultural and natural features, but the techniques surveyors used to record information makes the data difficult to understand and therefore surveyors' field books are underused. This paper examines the different styles surveyors used in data collection, and it shows through case studies how it can be deciphered. It also illustrates how data in field books overcomes common map interpretation problems such as scale constraints, determining the precise dimensions of features and silent updating.

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 'Prostitutes' and 'lodgers' in little Lon: Constructing a list
           of occupiers in nineteenth-century Melbourne
    • Abstract: Minchinton, Barbara
      Archaeologists are keen to link artefacts with the people who owned and used them. Identifying the occupants of a site over the period of time encompassing the deposits is therefore important, but the sources used to obtain the names of tenants and/or occupants of nineteenth century sites are rarely discussed. For a historian studying the occupants of Little Lon, Melbourne, in this period the usual assumptions about the character of households proved to be misleading and inappropriate. The nature of Little Lon challenged the veracity of the standard sets of records used as sources, underlining the necessity of considering social history and the conventions of the surrounding neighbourhood when drawing up lists of occupants. The results illustrate the importance of historians and archaeologists working closely together, and the benefits of moving back and forth between the archaeological and archival evidence throughout the life of a project.

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 Domestic archaeology of 1 William street, Brisbane city
    • Abstract: Prangnell, Jonathan; Craig-Ward, Hannah
      I William Street is now a block in the heart of the government precinct in Brisbane, but during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries it was home to a number of families and workers at the neighbouring Pettigrew sawmill and D.L. Brown and Co.'s factory, warehouse and wharf. Analysis of artefacts demonstrates differences between the use of ceramics and glassware by the working class residents of the different cottages but, taken as a whole, the evidence from 1 William Street indicates that the domestic lives of Brisbane's working class were characterised by little separation between work and home, and were strongly influenced by the Victorian ideology to achieve and maintain respectability.

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 Australasian society for historical archaeology
    • PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 Information for contributors
    • PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 Australasian society for historical archaeology: Monograph
           series [Book Review]
    • Abstract:
      Review(s) of: The shore whalers of Western Australia: Historical archaeology of a maritime frontier: Studies in Australasian historical archaeology 2, by Martin Gibbs, Published by Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology and Sydney University Press, 2010, Member's price AUD$35 + p and h; Archaeology of the Chinese fishing industry in colonial Victoria: Studies in Australasian historical archaeology 3, by Alister M Bowen, Published by Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology and Sydney University Press 2013, Member's price: AUD$35 + p and h; An archaeology of institutional confinement: The hyde park barracks, 1846-1886: Studies in Australasian historical archaeology 4, by Peter Davies, Penny Crook and Tim Murray, Published by Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology and Sydney University Press 2013, Member's price: AUD$40 + p and h; Good taste, fashion, luxury: A genteel Melbourne family and their rubbish: Studies in Australasian historical archaeology 5, by Sarah Hayes, Published by Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology and Sydney University Press 2014, Member's price: AUD$40 + p and h.

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 Notes on contributors
    • PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 An archaeology of early Christianity in Vanuatu: Kastom and
           religious change on tanna and Erronmango, 1839-1920 [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Morrison, Michael
      Review(s) of: An archaeology of early Christianity in Vanuatu: Kastom and religious change on Tanna and Erronmango, 1839-1920, by James Flexner, Terra Australis 44. ANU Press, Acton, ACT, 2016; 214 pages; paperback; ISBN (print) 9781760460747; ISBN (online) 9781760460754. AUD 65.00 (inc. GST).

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
  • Volume 35 Stories from the sandstone: Quarantine inscriptions from
           Australia's immigrant past [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Gojak, Denis
      Review(s) of: Stories from the sandstone: Quarantine inscriptions from Australia's immigrant past, by Peter Hobbins, Ursula K. Frederick and Anne Clarke, Arbon Publishing, Crows Nest, 2016; 304 pages; hardback; ISBN 978-0-9943107-6-7. AUD 44.99 (inc. GST).

      PubDate: Tue, 6 Feb 2018 16:03:28 GMT
       
 
 
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