"This summer and continuing through the coming academic year, Fiona Jensen-Hitch is cataloging and photographing bones, mostly crania, but also loose vertebrae, one sacrum, one femur, and one spine, in an effort to better understand the people of ancient Gibeon. She has many questions: Precisely how many sets of remains are in the large plastic containers she’s sorting through? Do other, similar remains exist, perhaps buried at the Penn Museum like a few discovered in the 1990s, or hiding somewhere else in the world? Why do the bones show signs of anemia and other ailments? How old are they exactly?" Full Article.