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Papers of the Peabody Museum Volume 56
Numbers 3–5

Osteology for the Archaeologist

Number 3, The American Mastodon and the Woolly Mammoth; Number 4, North American Birds: Skulls and Mandibles; Number 5, North American Birds: Postcranial Skeletons

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ISBN 9780873651974

Publication Date: 12/01/2004

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This comparative analysis aids the fieldworker in identifying fossil proboscidean bones from early man sites. It also describes the skulls, mandibles, and posteranial skeletons of forty families of birds frequently found in archaeological excavations in the United States.

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