TABLES
1.1 The Bones of the Adult Human Skeleton 3
2.1 Frequencies of Some Major Skeletal Components at Wayland’s Smithy I 29
3.1 Relationship between Pubic Symphysial Phases and Chronological Age, Suchey and co-workers 53
3.2 Relationship between Age at Death and Pubic Symphysis Phases, Todd Collection 54
3.3 Relationship between Age at Death and Pubic Symphysis Scores, McKern and Stewart 54
3.4 Relationship between Age at Death and Pubic Symphysis Scores, Gilbert and McKern 54
3.5 Comparison between Mean Real Ages and Mean Age as Estimated from Dental Wear, Lengua Indians 62
3.6 Age Distribution of Wharram Percy Adult Burials 71
3.7 Age Distribution in Russell’s (1937) Demographic Study 72
4.1 Values for Distance Statistics between Six African Populations 86
4.2 Cranial Indices of British Neolithic and Bronze Age Skulls 98
5.1 Squatting Facets at Two British Sites 119
6.1 Metacarpal Cortical Index, Wharram Percy 142
6.2 Frequencies of Porotic Hyperostosis, Anasazi Burial Sites 144
7.1 Frequency of Dental Caries in Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Skeletal Material, European Sites 151
7.2 Dental Caries and Tooth Loss, Northern Chile Burial Sites 155
7.3 Hypoplasias for Different Age Classes and Status Groups, Västerhus, Sweden 160
9.1 Strontium:Calcium Ratios in Animal and Hominid Bones, Swartkrans, South Africa 196
10.1 Mitochondrial DNA Type and Burial Style, Takuta-Nishibun, Kyushu, Japan 204
10.2 Bone Samples Subjected to Analysis for Mycobacterium tuberculosis205
11.1 Colours Observed After Heating of Fresh Goat Bone 217
11.2 Ash Weight of the Human Skeleton 220

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures viii
  • Tables xii
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - The Nature of Bones and Teeth 1
  • 2 - The Nature of an Archaeological Human Bone Assemblage 13
  • 3 - The Determination of Age and Sex 33
  • 4 - Metric Variation 74
  • 5 - Non-Metric Variation 102
  • 6 - Bone Disease 122
  • 7 - Dental Disease 146
  • 8 - Traces of Injury on the Skeleton 162
  • 9 - Chemical Analysis of Bone 182
  • 10 - The Study of Dna from Ancient Bones 197
  • 11 - Cremated Bone 207
  • Bibliography 225
  • Index 240
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