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Ancient Health and Disease ARCH 452 (4)

Introduces the study of ancient and historic diseases in humans and animals as expressed in bones, teeth, mummified remains, art, and historical documents. Provides a foundation for the interpretation of pathological conditions in the human skeleton and the impact of social change on human health and well-being over time. Prerequisite: ARCH 373. Students who have taken ARCH 332 under this topic may not take this course for further credit.