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Emma Bouvard-Mor, an archaeo-anthropologist of Lyon, France, offers a commentary on the different possible destinations of the human remains she exhumes, based on sometimes conflicting scientific and ethical expectations. These remains are bones from a Revolutionary Period (late 1700s) church cemetery, which had been removed from their graves and placed in an ossuary pit during a previous phase of construction. Now they must be removed, and thus will become scientific data as well as traces of people who still demand respect.

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Web links:

Bioarchaeology (Wikipedia) [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bioarchaeology]

Emma Bouvard (ARAR Laboratory) [https://www-arar-mom-fr.translate.goog/annuaire/bouvard-emma?_x_tr_sl=fr&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=sc}

Forensic Anthropology (Smithsonian Institution) [https://naturalhistory.si.edu/education/teaching-resources/social-studies/forensic-anthropology]

Lumière University Lyon 2 [https://welcome.univ-lyon2.fr/]