Gabriel Wrobel
Gabriel Wrobel
Associate Professor of Anthropology, Michigan State University
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Isotopic studies of human skeletal remains from a sixteenth to seventeenth century AD churchyard in Campeche, Mexico: diet, place of origin, and age
TD Price, JH Burton, A Cucina, P Zabala, R Frei, RH Tykot, V Tiesler, ...
Current Anthropology 53 (4), 000-000, 2012
622012
Estimating sex of Maya skeletons by discriminant function analysis of long-bone measurements from the protohistoric Maya site of Tipu, Belize
GD Wrobel, ME Danforth, C Armstrong
Ancient Mesoamerica 13 (2), 255-263, 2002
322002
Isotopic evidence for diet at Chau Hiix, Belize: testing regional models of hierarchy and heterarchy
JZ Metcalfe, CD White, FJ Longstaffe, G Wrobel, DC Cook, KA Pyburn
Latin American Antiquity, 15-36, 2009
292009
Metric and nonmetric dental variation among the ancient Maya of northern Belize
GDG Wrobel
Indiana University, 2004
292004
Health and the transition to horticulture in the south-central United States
ME Danforth, KP Jacobi, GD Wrobel, S Glassman
Ancient Health: Skeletal Indicators of Agricultural and Economic …, 2007
232007
Afinidades biológicas y dinámicas poblacionales mayas desde el Clásico hasta el periodo colonial
A Cucina, V Tiesler, G Wrobel
Los Investigadores de la Cultura Maya 13 (2), 2005
162005
Stir It Up, Little Darlin': The Chipped Stone from Mixed Deposits from Caves Branch Rocksheiter, Belize
WJ Stemp, GD Wrobel, JJ Awe, K Payeur
Canadian Journal of Archaeology/Journal Canadien d'Archéologie, 123-167, 2013
152013
Social and political transformations in the Caves Branch River Valley: evidence from natural and constructed ritual environments
GD Wrobel, J Jordan, J Hardy
Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology 6, 199-207, 2009
142009
Rockshelter excavations in the Caves Branch River Valley
G Wrobel, J Tyler, J Hardy
Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology 4, 187-196, 2007
142007
Social identity and geographic origin of Maya burials at Actun Uayazba Kab, Roaring Creek Valley, Belize
GD Wrobel, C Freiwald, A Michael, C Helmke, J Awe, DJ Kennett, S Gibbs, ...
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 45, 98-114, 2017
132017
A case study of funerary cave use from Je’reftheel, Central Belize
GD Wrobel, C Helmke, C Freiwald
The Bioarchaeology of Space and Place, 77-106, 2014
122014
The view of Maya cave ritual from the Overlook Rockshelter, Caves Branch River Valley, Central Belize.
GD Wrobel, R Shelton, S Morton, J Lynch, C Andres
Journal of Cave & Karst Studies 75 (2), 126-135, 2013
122013
Polydactyly and the Maya: a review and a case from the site of Peligroso, upper Macal River valley, Belize
GD Wrobel, C Helmke, L Nash, JJ Awe
Ancient Mesoamerica 23 (1), 131-142, 2012
122012
Juvenile age estimation using diaphyseal long bone lengths among ancient Maya populations
ME Danforth, GD Wrobel, CW Armstrong, D Swanson
Latin American Antiquity, 3-13, 2009
122009
Revisiting Caves Branch Rockshelter: Results of the 2005 excavations
GD Wrobel, JC Tyler
The Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project: A Report of the …, 2006
122006
Tipan Chen Uitz (‘‘fortress mountain well’’): a major ‘‘new’’ Maya center in the Cayo District, Belize
CR Andres, GD Wrobel, SG Morton
Mexicon 32, 88-94, 2010
112010
Issues related to determining burial chronology by fluoride analysis of bone from the Maya archaeological site of Chau Hiix, Belize
G Wrobel
Archaeometry 49 (4), 699-711, 2007
112007
Contextualizing the glyphic texts of Tipan Chen Uitz, Cayo District, Belize
CR Andres, C Helmke, SG Morton, GD Wrobel, JJ González
Latin American Antiquity, 46-64, 2014
102014
Brief Communication: A likely case of scurvy in a rural Early Classic Maya burial from Actun Uayazba Kab, Belize
G Wrobel
American Journal of Physical Anthropology 155 (3), 476-481, 2014
92014
Ritual landscapes of the Caves Branch River Valley
GD Wrobel, CR Andres, SG Morton, R Shelton, A Michael, C Helmke
Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology 9, 233-244, 2012
82012
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