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Human posteranial morphology: trends in the Central European Holocene record

Citace:
SLÁDEK, V., BERNER, M., RUFF, C., SOSNA, D., GALETA, P., VELEMÍNSKÝ, P., SCHUPLEROVÁ, E., HORA, M., ROMAN, J., PANKOWSKÁ, A. Human posteranial morphology: trends in the Central European Holocene record. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 2012, roč. 147, č. S54, s. 271. ISSN: 0002-9483
Druh: ČLÁNEK
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Human posteranial morphology: trends in the Central European Holocene record
Rok vydání: 2012
Autoři: Vladimír Sládek , Margit Berner , Christopher Ruff , Mgr. Daniel Sosna Ph.D. , Mgr. Patrik Galeta Ph.D. , Petr Velemínský , Eliška Schuplerová , Martin Hora , Jaroslav Roman , Anna Pankowská
Abstrakt CZ: V příspěvku jsou popsány trendy postkraniálí morfologie u holocénních populací střední Evropy
Abstrakt EN: Central European (CE) Holocene is seen as the period of substantial changes in economic, social and political organization starting from the small and flexible groups of foragers and first agriculturalists (Mesolithic, Neolithic) through secondary product revolution (Eneolithic), hierarchical settlement structures (Bronze Age) and finishing with Medieval and Historic urbanization. However, little is known how this significant change in archaeological record is reflected on human postcranial morphology. The CE sample of 580 individuals from nine archaeological periods was compared with 1308 individuals from the rest of Europe. In conclusion, it is surprising how little was impact of socio-economic changes through Holocene on studied postcranial features since majority of described tendencies are slight and non-significant.
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