MESOLITHIC PEOPLE FROM CRIMEA

 

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. The materials for our study were represented by three skeletons from Murzak‐koba I and II and Fatma‐koba dated to the Upper Paleolithic‐Mesolithic period. The skeletal remains, both cranial and postcranial parts, were standardly measured and selected indexes describing shape and proporton of individual body parts were estmated. The intravital stature of all individuals was high, the cranial shape was heterogenous and their extremites proporton resembles the mid‐contnental adaptve human type. Various pathological traces, such as periodontts and periostts were observed.
: Crimean hominids, skeletal anthropology, paleopathology, Murzak‐koba, Fatma‐koba

 





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