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Though buried far inland, Kennewick Man ate marine life and drank glacial meltwater. Analysis of just one of his worn teeth might pin down h...

Though buried far inland, Kennewick Man ate marine life and drank glacial meltwater. Analysis of just one of his worn teeth might pin down h...

Bucket List: Visit the Mutter Museum (anatomical abnormalities collected mostly from antique medical teaching materials)

Bucket List: Visit the Mutter Museum (anatomical abnormalities collected mostly from antique medical teaching materials)

Dr. Bill Bass, anthropologist & founder of The Body Farm (University of Tennessee Anthropological Research Facility)

Dr. Bill Bass, anthropologist & founder of The Body Farm (University of Tennessee Anthropological Research Facility)

Papuan Gulf trophy skull stick, collected by Thomas Schultze Westrum in 1966, exhibited by Martin Doustar during the Parcours des Mondes 2014. Photo by Michael Auliso.

Papuan Gulf trophy skull stick, collected by Thomas Schultze Westrum in 1966, exhibited by Martin Doustar during the Parcours des Mondes 2014. Photo by Michael Auliso.

Archeologist Marita Genesis and anthropologist Sabine Birkenbeil inspect the skull of a man executed in the 13th century: Researchers found the remains of 70 people at an execution site not far from the eastern German city of Erfurt. They are now undergoing an anthropological evaluation. One of the dead was tied up, another lay next to an iron strangulation chain. A third had been buried along with a sharp blade. "It could be the murder weapon," says Genesis.

Archeologist Marita Genesis and anthropologist Sabine Birkenbeil inspect the skull of a man executed in the 13th century: Researchers found the remains of 70 people at an execution site not far from the eastern German city of Erfurt. They are now undergoing an anthropological evaluation. One of the dead was tied up, another lay next to an iron strangulation chain. A third had been buried along with a sharp blade. "It could be the murder weapon," says Genesis.

A) Entheses on ulna with large exostosis at top B) ulna with less entheseal change and no exostosis, via Henderson et al. 2013  - Sresss Markers

A) Entheses on ulna with large exostosis at top B) ulna with less entheseal change and no exostosis, via Henderson et al. 2013 - Sresss Markers

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