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Domingo Carlos Salazar García

Photo DomingoI am a PhD student in bioarchaeology affiliated with the Human Evolution Department at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology and the Prehistory and Archaeology Department of the Universitat de València. I participated in the Leipzig School of Human Origins and am also part of the Archaeological Science group which is under the supervision of Prof. Mike Richards.

My doctoral research focuses on the reconstruction of palaeodiet and migration using biogeochemical techniques in order to address archaeological questions from prehistorical and early historical time periods. I work on the application of isotopic analysis of C, N, S and Sr on a range of tissues (bone, teeth, enamel) of human and faunal remains.

Research interests:

  • Neanderthals and first Modern Humans from Iberia
  • East Iberian Mesolithic-Neolithic transition
  • Bronze and Iron Age Iberian cultures
  • Rural-urban comparison of the Punic world
  • Diachronic site studies from Roman to Medieval periods

    Domingo Carlos Salazar García
    Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
    Dept of Human Evolution
    Deutscher Platz 6
    D-04103 Leipzig