Brief communication: the human humerus from the Broken Hill Mine, Kabwe, Zambia.

@article{Trinkaus2012BriefCT,
  title={Brief communication: the human humerus from the Broken Hill Mine, Kabwe, Zambia.},
  author={Erik Trinkaus},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2012},
  volume={149 2},
  pages={312-7}
}
The distal half of a right human humerus (E.898), recovered ex situ in 1925 by Hrdlička at the Broken Hill Mine, Kabwe, Zambia, has figured prominently in assessments of Middle Pleistocene Homo postcranial variation and of the phylogenetic polarity and functional anatomy of Pleistocene Homo upper limb morphology. Reassessment of distal humeral features that distinguish modern human and some archaic Homo humeri, especially relative olecranon breadth and medial and lateral pillar thicknesses… CONTINUE READING

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