I am a PhD student developing research on diet, health and mobility in Portuguese Neolithic / Chalcolithic populations. I finished the master's degree in Human Evolution and Biology, Coimbra University in 2015 and since then I have developed several works as an independent researcher and through research grants. My work has been focused on the study of populations rom the past, with samples from different chronological periods, contexts and funerary rituals. My repertoire includes works related to paleobiology, paleopathology, analysis of stable isotopes and breastfeeding and weaning patterns in past populations.
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- Relvado, C., Ribeiro, C., Fernandes, T. 2018. Múltiplas fracturas presentes num esqueleto de
uma mulher idosa proveniente do cemitério dos Remédios, Évora. Antropologia Portuguesa, 35:
- Ribeiro, C., Relvado, C., Fernandes, T. 2018. Um possível caso de doença de Paget num
esqueleto da Colecção de Esqueletos Identificados de Évora, Portugal (20th century).
Antropologia Portuguesa, 35:97-113.
- Cruz, A., Senna-Martinez, J. C., Santos, L., Relvado, C., Ribeiro, C., Fernandes, T., Curto A.
2018. Upper Morgado Shelter still a peripheral funeral context, or perhaps not? (Tomar, Central
Portugal) In Cruz, A., Gibaja, J. F. (eds), Interchange in Pre- and Protohistory: Case Studies in
Iberia, Romania, Turkey and Israel. BAR Publishing, 91-105.