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Smallpox and Malaria findings featured in the current issue of World Archaeology

Recent work by the McMaster University Ancient DNA Centre and collaborators on the sequencing of a smallpox genome from a 17th century Lithuanian child mummy and the identification of malaria in Roman Italy has been featured in the current issue of World Archaeology (CWA 81).

Jan 24, 2017

The issue is already available in the UK and will be available in North America by the end of the month.

Visit the World Archaeology website to see more information about this issue of World Archaeology and see the other interesting stories inside.