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Author(s): Fóthi, E. & Fóthi, Á.
Title: Craniological and palaeosomatological investigation on some series from the Central Danubian Basin
Year: 1990
Volume: 21
Pages: 25-32.

Abstract: The authors assumed that nutrition has more effect on the growth of long bones than on the growth of skulls. Ten series were analyzed from the Central Danubian Basin. The series were characterized by male mean values. A great number of cluster analyses was carried out first based on craniological data and later based on postcranial data of the same series and the results were compared. The difference of the two sequences of investigation indicated differences or similarities in the way of life and social status. The archaeological data also supported this conclusion. With 3 tables and 2 figures.
Keywords: Central Danubian Basin, Cluster analysis

Journal: Anthropologia Hungarica
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ISSN: 0574-3842
Publisher: Múzsák Közművelődési Kiadó, Budapest
Editor(s): Tóth, T. & Természettudományi Múzeum főigazgatója,