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Authors: Bianucci, Raffaella* 
Donell, Simon T* 
Galassi, Francesco Maria* 
Lanza, Tiziana* 
Mattutino, Grazia* 
Nerlich, Andreas G* 
Sineo, Luca* 
Title: The Ethics of Presentation of Scientific Data and Images of Cadavers to a Popular Audience: from the Salafia embalming method to the case of Rosalia Lombardo (1918-1920)
Journal: Paleopathology Newsletter 
Series/Report no.: /198 (2022)
Publisher: Paleopathology Association
Issue Date: Jun-2022
Keywords: ethics, popular audience
Abstract: The formal interactions between the living and the dead predate human history. How corpses are treated relate to the cultural and religious societies in which they lived. Differences in burial can also depend on whether the deceased is a member of the society or a social outcast, an enemy, or a criminal. It can also be different according to the cause of death, e.g. mass graves in epidemics. Notably it can be due to the social status of the individual. Founding Fathers could have their corpses exposed and revered, e.g.
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