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osteometry

the measurement of bones.
See also: Bones, Measurement
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This Descriptive study of the present study consists of 100 cleaned and dried human adult femora, Hepburn Osteometric board, sliding calipers, hand lens, stiff wire and 21-gauge needle.
Finally, McCormick considers the implications of traditional osteometric associations, including pair-matching and articulation, when using frequentist and Bayesian statistical frameworks for commingled assemblages.
They were photographed (Sony W830 Compact camera, 10x optical zoom) from the lateral view, placed in the same position on the osteometric table and at the same distance from the camera eyepiece.
The maximum length of the femur was measured in centimeters using an osteometric board (all measurements were obtained from WORD; maximum length measurements substantially outnumbered bicondylar length measurements).
Notably, this method had never been used for osteometric measurements before.
Jasim, Funeral Monuments and Human Remains from Jebel al-Buhais: The Archaeology of Jebel al-Buhais Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 1 [Tubingen 2006], 103-380), which provides a large body of osteometric data surpassing by far the 191 skeletons of the Samad Late Iron Age in the Sultanate of Oman (see M.
The maximum lengths of four long bones from collected skeletons: humerus, femur, tibia and fibula, were measured using osteometric board to the nearest 0.1 cm according to the standards presented by Moore-Jansen et al.
The first of these analyses is a principal components analysis [21], and the second is based on Mahalanobis-D distances calculated from Mosimann indices [22] which are widely used in osteometric studies where the focus of attention is shape [23-26].
Maidawa, "Comparative osteometric study of long bones in Yankasa sheep and Red Sokoto goats," International Journal of Morphology, vol.
First slave ships officers arrive (Maranhao) 1761 Refuge of Cabanagem soldiers (Grao-Para) 1835-1841 Foundation of the original village, Januaria (Maranhao) 1854 Migration of refugees from drought in the Northeast 1877-1880 Foundation of the Quilombos in Imperatriz (Marnhao) century XIX Foundation of the present village, Januaria century XX Osteometric and osteological data, as well as sex and age, were already estimated in previous studies, and the information in the National Museum archives was used for the present study (Table 1).