Talking heads: Morphological variation in the human mandible over the last 500 years in the Netherlands.

@article{Bosman2017TalkingHM,
  title={Talking heads: Morphological variation in the human mandible over the last 500 years in the Netherlands.},
  author={Abel Marinus Bosman and Scott Moisik and Dan Dediu and Andrea L. Waters‐Rist},
  journal={Homo : internationale Zeitschrift fur die vergleichende Forschung am Menschen},
  year={2017},
  volume={68 5},
  pages={
          329-342
        }
}
The primary aim of this paper is to assess patterns of morphological variation in the mandible to investigate changes during the last 500 years in the Netherlands. Three-dimensional geometric morphometrics is used on data collected from adults from three populations living in the Netherlands during three time-periods. Two of these samples come from Dutch archaeological sites (Alkmaar, 1484-1574, n=37; and Middenbeemster, 1829-1866, n=51) and were digitized using a 3D laser scanner. The third is… CONTINUE READING
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