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Record #110645:

Anatomical anomalies of thoracic segment of human skeleton from Bjørnebeinflyene, grave no. 1, Spitsbergen, Norway / Henryk Glab, Elzbieta Haduch.

Title: Anatomical anomalies of thoracic segment of human skeleton from Bjørnebeinflyene, grave no. 1, Spitsbergen, Norway / Henryk Glab, Elzbieta Haduch.
Author(s): Glab, Henryk.
Haduch, Elzbieta.
Date: 1991.
In: Tromura. Kulturhistorie. (1991.), Vol. 19 (1991)
Abstract: Based on material gathered on Spitsbergen in 1985 by Polar Expedition of Jagiellonian University, Kraków. Describes skeleton dated to mid-18th century. Morphology and proportions of skull indicate that it belonged to man aged about 40, with racial characteristics of Baltic and Sublapponoid types. Thirteen thoracic vertebrae were present, with 13 pairs of ribs - the 13th pair were developed in rudimentary form and were probably so-called lumbar ribs.
Notes:

Tromura. Kulturhistorie. Vol. 19 :45-49 (1991).

Keywords: 572 -- Anthropology, physical.
903 -- Archaeology.
U -- Archaeology.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
(*324) -- Spitsbergen.
SPRI record no.: 110645

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