Friedrich Rösing

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When anthropometric methods were introduced into clinical practice to quantify changes in the craniofacial framework, features distinguishing various races/ethnic groups were discovered. To treat congenital or post-traumatic facial disfigurements in members of these groups successfully, surgeons require access to craniofacial databases based on accurate(More)
We analyze the taxonomic structure of European populations at three time periods, the Early Middle Ages, the Late Middle Ages and the Recent Period. The data consist of sample means for 10 cranial variables based on 137, 108, and 183 samples for the three periods. Clustering by standard numerical taxonomic procedures reveals that the data are represented(More)
Report on a skull, which was found in a dredged pit together with 20 incomplete skeletons. There were two sharp-edged lesions without signs of regeneration, probable caused by a sharp object like a sword. Relics found at the scene led to the presumption, that the skull belonged to a victim of peasant's war, which happened in the early 16th century. Details(More)
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