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Artificial grooves on the Krapina Neanderthal teeth.
Gross and microscopic examination of the Krapina Neanderthal dental remains reveals the presence of artificial grooves along the cemento-enamel junction of 14 teeth representing ten differentExpand
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The Supraorbital Torus: "A Most Remarkable Peculiarity" [and Comments and Replies]
The supraorbital torus is found only in some genera of the primate order. Because no muscles of consequence attach directly to it, it has been considered nonfunctional. However, invitro strain-gaugeExpand
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Mortuary practices at the Krapina Neandertal site.
  • M. D. Russell
  • Geography, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 March 1987
It has often been reported that the Krapina Neandertal remains bear incised linear striations which appear to be cutmarks. Here, the plausibility of the striations as cutmarks is tested by comparingExpand
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Demography and Human Origins
Lovejoy's (1981) recent discussion of hominid origins is an important contribution to the growing understanding of this critical event in human evolution. It is a major development in theExpand
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On Skull Form and the Supraorbital Torus in Primates
by BRIAN T. SHEA Departments of Anthropology and Cell Biology and Anatomy, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. 60201, U.S.A. 29 xi 85 In her detailed and informative analysis of the supraorbitalExpand
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Tooth eruption and browridge formation.
  • M. D. Russell
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 May 1982
One of the most reasonable hypotheses regarding the functional significance of the browridge is that the supraorbital torus forms in response to masticatory stress during development. Oyen, Walker,Expand
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Cutmarks on the Engis 2 calvaria?
An examination of the surface morphology of the juvenile Neandertal calvaria, Engis 2, has resulted in the discovery of several series of incised striations. The purpose of this paper is to describeExpand
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Bone breakage in the Krapina hominid collection.
  • M. D. Russell
  • Geology, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 March 1987
The fragmentary condition of the Krapina Neandertal remains has been offered as one line of evidence for the hypothesis that these hominids were the victims of cannibals seeking marrow and brains.Expand
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Anterior dental cutting at Laetolil.
No evidence supports the interpretation of malocclusion in the LH-14 right P3. The pattern of anterior cutting shown in the younger laetolil specimens has its analogue in the deciduous dentitions ofExpand
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