2 edition of Biological relationships of southern Ontario Woodland peoples found in the catalog.
Biological relationships of southern Ontario Woodland peoples
J. E. Molto
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||376|
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Book Description: A synthesis of biological relationships during the Woodland period of southern Ontario prehistory is presented. The database consists of a battery of discontinuous nonmetric cranial traits which is used to compute C.A.B.
Smith’s Mean Measure of Divergence (MMD) between 17 large (N>20 crania) Woodland samples. A synthesis of biological relationships during the Woodland period of southern Ontario prehistory is presented. The database consists of a battery of discontinuous nonmetric cranial traits which is used to compute C.A.B.
Smith’s Mean Measure of Divergence (MMD) between 17. Get this from a library. Biological relationships of southern Ontario woodland peoples: the evidence of discontinuous cranial morphology. [J E Molto]. 3 Origins and Relationships of Woodland Peoples: The Evidence of Cranial Morphology N.
Ossenberg THis physical anthropological study explores certain biolog ical relationships among prehistoric Woodland groups of the Upper Mississippi Valley and the adjacent prairie region bordering the northern Great Plains.
During prehistoric. Biological relationships of southern Ontario woodland peoples: the evidence of discontinuous cranial morphology / Joseph Eldon Molto. E 78 O5 M64 Le problème indien à la Baie James. The Woodland Heritage of Southern Ontario: A Study of Ecological Change, Distribution and Significance.
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E 78 O5 K27 Late prehistory. Biological anthropologist Anne Keenleyside carries out research on the health, disease, and diet of past peoples through the study of skeletal remains.
In addition to working in Ontario, she has brought her skills to archaeological projects in Bulgaria, Romania, Tunisia, Siberia, and the.
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All in plain stores simply written. I can't recommend it enough/5(). Skeletons represent the most direct evidence of the biology of past populations, and their study provides insight into health and well-being, dietary history, lifestyle (activity), violence and trauma, ancestry, and demography.
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