Siebke, Inga

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2019

Siebke, Inga; Lösch, Sandra (5 September 2019). Stable Isotope Analyses of Late Neolithic Human Remains from Switzerland (Unpublished). In: Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists. Bern. 4.9.2019-7.9.2019.

Siebke, Inga; Lösch, Sandra (5 September 2019). Genetic transition in the Swiss Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age (Unpublished). In: Annual Meeting of the European Archaeological Association. Bern. 4.9-7.9.2019.

Steuri, Noah David; Siebke, Inga; Lösch, Sandra (5 September 2019). Radiocarbon dating of human remains from the late Neolithic dolmen of Oberbipp (Switzerland). Clarifying the chronology and sequences of burials (Unpublished). In: Annual Meeting of the European Archaeological Association. Bern. 4.-7.9.2019.

Steuri, Noah; Siebke, Inga; Furtwängler, Anja; Szidat, Sönke; Krause, Johannes; Lösch, Sandra; Hafner, Albert (2019). MULTIPLE RADIOCARBON DATING OF HUMAN REMAINS: CLARIFYING THE CHRONOLOGY AND SEQUENCES OF BURIALS IN THE LATE NEOLITHIC DOLMEN OF OBERBIPP (SWITZERLAND). Radiocarbon, pp. 1-13. Arizona Board of Regents, University of Arizona 10.1017/RDC.2019.96

Stehrenberger, Thomas; Siebke, Inga; Lösch, Sandra (10 August 2019). Sekundär bestattet oder «entsorgt»? Die Toten aus der Oberen Höhle Procha Burg (Wartau SG, Gretschins). In: 14. Nationaler Kongresses für Höhlenforschung. Interlaken. 10.08.2019.

Lösch, Sandra; Siebke, Inga (August 2019). 6,500-year-old Salmonella enterica genomes link human-host adaptation to animal domestication (Unpublished). In: The 2019 Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology. Turku, Finland. 19 - 24 August 2019.

Siebke, Inga; Steuri, Noah; Furtwängler, Anja; Ramstein, Marianne; Arenz, Gabriele; Hafner, Albert; Krause, Johannes; Lösch, Sandra (2019). Who lived on the Swiss Plateau around 3300 BCE? Analyses of commingled human skeletal remains from the dolmen of Oberbipp. International journal of osteoarchaeology, 29(5), pp. 786-796. John Wiley & Sons 10.1002/oa.2791

Siebke, Inga; Moghaddam, Negahnaz; Cunningham, Craig A.; Witzel, Carsten; Lösch, Sandra (2019). Those who died very young—Inferences from δ15N and δ13C in bone Collagen and the absence of a neonatal line in enamel related to the possible onset of breastfeeding. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 169(4), pp. 664-677. Wiley 10.1002/ajpa.23847

Siebke, Inga; Lösch, Sandra; Arenz, Gabriele (March 2019). Morphological Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains from a Late Neolithic Dolmen, Switzerland (Unpublished). In: The 88th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology. Cleveland, OH. 27.-30.3.2019.

2018

Siebke, Inga; Furtwängler, Anja; Steuri, Noah; Krause, Johannes; Hafner, Albert; Lösch, Sandra (6 October 2018). Morphological Analyses of Late Neolithic human remains from Oberbipp (Unpublished). In: Jahresversammlung der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Anthropologie (SGA). Bern. 06.10.2018.

Furtwängler, Anja; Reiter, Ella; Neumann, Gunnar U; Siebke, Inga; Steuri, Noah; Hafner, Albert; Lösch, Sandra; Anthes, Nils; Schuenemann, Verena J; Krause, Johannes (2018). Ratio of mitochondrial to nuclear DNA affects contamination estimates in ancient DNA analysis. Scientific Reports, 8(1), p. 14075. Nature Publishing Group 10.1038/s41598-018-32083-0

Siebke, Inga; Campana, Lorenzo; Ramstein, Marianne; Furtwängler, Anja; Hafner, Albert; Lösch, Sandra (2018). The application of different 3D-scan-systems and photogrammetry at an excavation — A Neolithic dolmen from Switzerland. Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, 10, e00078. Elsevier 10.1016/j.daach.2018.e00078

Siebke, Inga; Steuri, Noah; Furtwängler, Anja; Hafner, Albert; Krause, Johannes; Lösch, Sandra (2018). Living in Stone Age Switzerland – a Continuous Study of 5000 year old Human Bones from Switzerland (Unpublished). In: Graduate School for Cellular and Biomedical Sciences (GCB) Symposium. Bern. 01.02.2018.

Siebke, Inga; Steuri, Noah; Furtwängler, Anja; Hafner, Albert; Krause, Johannes; Lösch, Sandra (2018). The Dolmen of Oberbipp - first results (Unpublished). In: Jahresversammlung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für die Urgeschichtsforschung in der Schweiz (AGUS). Bern. 23.02.2018.

Furtwängler, Anja; Reiter, Ella; Neumann, Gunnar U.; Siebke, Inga; Steuri, Noah; Wahl, Joachim; Hald, Jürgen; Schuenemann, Verena J.; Stockhammer, Philipp; Hafner, Albert; Lösch, Sandra; Krause, Johannes (2018). Genetic transition in the Swiss Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age (Unpublished). In: Annual Meeting of the Society of Molecular Biology & Evolution (SMBE). Yokohama, Japan. 08.-12.07.2018.

Siebke, Inga; Steuri, Noah; Furtwängler, Anja; Hafner, Albert; Krause, Johannes; Lösch, Sandra (2018). An anthropological evaluation of Late Neolithic human remains from Switzerland (Unpublished). In: 24th Annual Meeting of European Association of Archaeologists (EAA). Barcelona. 05.-08.09.2018.

Furtwängler, Anja; Reiter, Ella; Neumann, Gunnar U.; Siebke, Inga; Steuri, Noah; Wahl, Joachim; Hald, Jürgen; Denaire, Anthony; Schnitzler, Bernadette; Schuenemann, Verena J.; Stockhammer, Philipp; Hafner, Albert; Lösch, Sandra; Schiffels, Stephan; Krause, Johannes (2018). Genetic transition in the Swiss Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age (Unpublished). In: 8th International Symposium on Biomolecular Archaeology (ISBA). Jena, Germany. 18.-21.09.2018.

2017

Siebke, Inga; Steuri, Noah; Hafner, Albert; Lösch, Sandra (15 September 2017). Systematical radiocarbon dating of Late Neolithic human remains. (Unpublished). In: 1st Bern Workshop on 14C Analyses with the Mini-Radiocarbon-Dating System (MICADAS). University of Bern. 13.-15.9.2017.

Siebke, Inga; Furtwängler, Anja; Hafner, Albert; Krause, Johannes; Lösch, Sandra (22 April 2017). An Interdisciplinary Project on the Neolithic Population of Modern Switzerland. (Unpublished). In: The 86th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists (2017). Session 70. Human Skeletal Biology: Population History and Beyond. Contributed Posters. Chair: Molly K. Zuckerman.. New Orleans, United States of America. 19.-22.4.2017.

2016

Siebke, Inga; Hafner, Albert; Campana, Lorenzo; Furtwängler, Anja; Krause, Johannes; Lösch, Sandra (September 2016). Digging into the Swiss Neolithic with Modern Methods – 3D Documentation and Biochemical Analyses (Unpublished). In: 22nd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA). Vilnius, Lithuania. 31.08.-04.09.2016.

Siebke, Inga; Lösch, Sandra (2016). Ernährungsuntersuchungen von Kleinstkindern im Labor. as. Archäologie Schweiz / Archéologie Suisse / Archeologia Svizzera, 39(2), p. 41. Archäologie Schweiz

Siebke, Inga; Kanz, Fabian; Witzel, Carsten; Lösch, Sandra (February 2016). Stable isotope investigation of mother – infant pairs and the implication for forensic casework: preliminary results (Unpublished). In: 68th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Association of Forensic Sciences. Las Vegas, USA. 22.-27.02.2016.

2015

Siebke, Inga (7 November 2015). The neonates from Petinesca: What can bone tell us about their short lives? The application of stable isotope analysis and tooth histology to investigate the survival of neonates. (Unpublished). In: Annual meeting of ARS. 06.-07.11.2015.

Siebke, Inga; Hossein Moghaddam Horri, Negahnaz; Cunningham, Craig; Gubler, Regula; Witzel, Carsten; Lösch, Sandra (September 2015). A possible case of a stillborn child in the Roman settlement Studen Petinesca, Switzerland. An interdisciplinary project applying stable isotope analysis and tooth histology. In: 21st Annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (p. 347). Glasgow: University of Glasgow

Siebke, Inga; Hossein Moghaddam Horri, Negahnaz; Cunnigham, Craig; Gubler, Regula; Witzel, Carsten; Lösch, Sandra (September 2015). Can stable isotope analysis and tooth histology assist in detecting stillbirth? An approach using neonatal remains from the Roman settlement Studen Petinesca. In: 11th Meeting der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie. 11th Meeting of the Society for Anthropology (p. 99). Munich: GfA

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