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Who were they really? model-free and model-bound dental nonmetric analyses to affirm documented population affiliations of seven South African "Bantu" samples

American Journal of Physical Anthropology

Apr 1, 2016

Joel D. Irish

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For bioarchaeological biodistance analyses it is common to "assume" that skeletal samples are representative of the populations to which they are attributed. Here, alternatively, samples with "known" attribution in the Raymond A. Dart Collection are assessed regarding their suitability ...read more

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Skeletal System
Skeletal Bone
Zulu Population
Ethnic Group
Sequence Analysis
Evaluation
Lenalidomide
Population Group
Genetic Drift
Genetics, Population
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Who were they really? model-free and model-bound dental nonmetric analyses to affirm documented population affiliations of seven South African "Bantu" samples

American Journal of Physical Anthropology

Apr 1, 2016

Joel D. Irish

PMID: 26714732

DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.22928

Abstract

For bioarchaeological biodistance analyses it is common to "assume" that skeletal samples are representative of the populations to which they are attributed. Here, alternatively, samples with "known" attribution in the Raymond A. Dart Collection are assessed regarding their suitability ...read more

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Skeletal System
Skeletal Bone
Zulu Population
Ethnic Group
Sequence Analysis

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