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The geometrical precision of virtual bone models derived from clinical computed tomography data for forensic anthropology
(International Journal of Legal Medicine, 2017)
Almost all European countries lack contemporary skeletal collections for the development and validation of forensic anthropological methods. Furthermore, legal, ethical and practical considerations hinder the development ...
Strategies for C-14 Dating the Oxtotitlan Cave Paintings, Guerrero, Mexicofor C-14 Dating the Oxtotitlan Cave Paintings, Guerrero, Mexico
(Advances in Archaeological Practice, 2017)
Oxtotitlan Cave paintings have been considered among the earliest in Mesoamerica on stylistic grounds, but confirmation of this hypothesis through absolute dating has not been attempted until now. We describe the application ...
Return to Fort Rock Cave: Assessing the Site's Potential to Contribute
(American Antiquity, 2017)
Oregon's Fort Rock Cave is iconic in respect to both the archaeology of the northern Great Basin and the history of debate about when the Great Basin was colonized. In 1938, Luther Cressman recovered dozens of sagebrush ...