Human manipulative behavior in the Central European Late Eneolithic and Early Bronze Age: humeral bilateral asymmetry.

@article{Sldek2007HumanMB,
  title={Human manipulative behavior in the Central European Late Eneolithic and Early Bronze Age: humeral bilateral asymmetry.},
  author={Vladim{\'i}r Sl{\'a}dek and Margit E. Berner and Daniel Sosna and Robert Sailer},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={2007},
  volume={133 1},
  pages={669-81}
}
It is assumed that the transition from the Late Eneolithic to the Early Bronze Age in Central Europe was associated with substantial changes in subsistence and the perception of gender differences. However, the archeological record itself does not entirely support this model. Alternatively, this transition may be interpreted as a continuous process. We used asymmetry in external dimensions, and asymmetry in size and distribution of cortical tissue of humeri to elucidate the nature of this… CONTINUE READING
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