AuthorsLewis, Stephen J.
AffiliationChester College of Higher Education
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AbstractThe robusticity of a long bone is usually determined by dividing its width at its mid-point by its lenght. Finding this mid-point can be cumbersome. Using two-dimensional radiographic (or photographic) images; it is possible to find the mid-point of a bone quickly and easily using the transparent overlay tool described.
CitationIn S. Anderson (Ed.), Current and recent research in osteoarchaeology 2: Proceedings of the 4th, 5th and 6th meetings of the Osteoarchaeological Research Group (pp 51-53). Oxford: Oxbow Books, 1999.
TypeMeetings and Proceedings
DescriptionThis is the author's PDF version of an book chapter published in Current and Recent Research in Osteoarchaeology 2 ©1999. The paper was originally delivered at the sixth meeting of the Osteoarchaeological Research Group at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Durham on 7 June 1997.
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