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A Guide to the Measurement of Animal Bones from Archaeological Sites

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PAPERBACK

$30.00 • £24.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780873659505

Publication Date: 01/01/1978

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148 pages

3 halftones, 201 line illustrations

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  • Introduction to the Series by Stephen Williams
  • Foreword by Richard H. Meadow
  • Preface
  • I. Introductory Statements
    • Introduction
    • What Should be Measured
    • Measurements and Measuring Instruments
    • The Taking of Measurements
  • II. Measurement of the Mammalian Skeleton
    • General
    • Skull
      • Cranium
        • Measurements of the cranium of Eguus
        • Measurements of the cranium of Camelus
        • Measurements of the cranium of Bos
        • Measurements of the cranium of Ovis and Capra
        • Measurements of the cranium of Cervus
        • Measurements of the cranium of Sus
        • Measurements of the cranium of Canis
        • Measurements of the cranium of Ursus
        • Measurements of the cranium of Felis
        • Measurements of the cranium of Lepus and Oryctolagus
      • Mandible
        • Measurements of the mandible of Eguus
        • Measurements of the mandible of Camelus
        • Measurements of the mandible of Ruminantia with the exception of Camelus
        • Measurements of the mandible of Sus
        • Measurements of the mandible of Canis
        • Measurements of the mandible of Ursus
        • Measurements of the mandible of Felis
        • Measurements of the mandible of Lepus and Oryctolagus
    • Postcranial Skeleton
      • Atlas
      • Axis
      • Sacrum
      • Remaining Vertebrae
      • Scapula
      • Humerus
      • Radius and Ulna
      • Pelvis
      • Femur and Patella
      • Tibia, Fibula, and Os Malleolare
      • Carpal and Tarsal Bones
      • Metapodials
      • Phalanx 1
      • Phalanx 2
      • Phalanx 3
  • III. Measurement of the Bird Skeleton
    • General
    • Skull
      • Cranium
      • Mandible
    • Postcranial Skeleton
      • Sternum
      • Coracoid
      • Scapula
      • Humerus
      • Radius and Ulna
      • Carpometacarpus
      • Phalanx 1 Anterior of the Second Digit
      • Pelvis
      • Femur
      • Tibiotarsus
      • Tarsometatarsus
  • References
  • Addenda on the Occasion of the First Reprinting
  • Table: Relative Values of the Measurable Skeletal Parts of the Common Hoofed Mammals

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