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Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope values were measured on tissues from human individuals buried at eight graves in the Early La Tène cemetery in Dubník situated in south-west Slovakia. Collagen suitable for isotope analysis for dietary reconstruction was extracted from bone of 9 human individuals of different social status determined archaeologically by grave goods and grave arrangement. Isotope values from bone collagen obtained from six samples of pig and a cattle individual, placed withindoi:10.31577/szausav.2019.66.2 fatcat:meybbcubozgutoyjjy4akj2ueu