Fig. 1 | Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences

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From: Paleodiet in the Iberian Peninsula: exploring the connections between diet, culture, disease and environment using isotopic and osteoarchaeological evidence

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Map depicting simplified locations of the sites included in the volume, numbered as per Table 1. In certain cases where multiple sites are in close proximity, one circle is depicted, i.e. San Salvador de Valdediós and San Julián de Viñón and San Miguel de Lillo, San Pedro de Nora, Catedral de San Salvador, Iglesia hospital de San Juan Bautista y San Isidoro and Castiellu de Llagú in Asturias (MacKinnon et al. 2019) and Arroyal I, El Hornazo, Fuente Celada and Ferrocarril-La Dehesa (Jones et al. 2019). For simplicity, all Asturias sites are shown as post-medieval, although some sites are medieval. Paper no. 1 (Cubas et al. 2018) is not included as this was a review including a large number of sites. Map created with data from Natural Earth and the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) with Helen Goodchild (York University)

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