The Laboratory for Bioarchaeology participated in the 8th annual Museum Night. In the premises of the entrance hall of the Faculty of Philosophy, the researchers of the Laboratory have presented an exhibition What do ancient bones tell us.

The visitors were given an opportunity to find out what do ancient bones of humans and animals look like, how they are analysed and what sort of data do scientists get from them. Also, they had an opportunity to see authentic bones from archaeological sites, and calculate their own cranial index.