craniometric


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cra·ni·o·met·ric

(krā'nē-ō-met'rik),
Relating to craniometry.
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Although some post-mortem damage had occurred, the cranium was complete enough to perform a craniometric analysis, which quantifies the characteristics on an objective scale in an attempt to further define the ancestral identity of an individual.
If the sacrificial corridor victims were a mix of foreign slaves and prisoners, or a combination of foreigners and some Kerma inhabitants, one would expect greater craniometric variation relative to the subsidiary group.
The third question leads to an alternative hypothesis of population relationships derived from the study of craniometric variation among prehistoric inhabitants of Maharashtra.
have shown a similar separation using craniometric data.
However, I continue to be intrigued by Turner's finding (unexplained by him) of a close African-Australian dental relationship, a finding which is mirrored in craniometric analyses.