Skeletal remains from graves (human and animal) are a primary source of information for understanding the relationship between funerary customs and the biological makeup of the community. Skeletal analysis of individuals in the cemetery will determine basic population structure, ideally providing sex, age, and life history of a sample of the population, including evidence for trauma, dental caries, and disease. This will allow us to identify of behavioral aspects, such as fractures from violence and repetitive stress from daily activities.