A Seventh Century BC Picenian Cloack Clasp Made of Iron, Bone, Bronze and Amber: Reconstruction of a Masterpiece
Hard dense tissue forming the skeleton.
How Did They Drill That? – A Few Observations on the Possible Methods for Making Large-sized Holes in Antler
An Experimental Programme for the Collection and Use of Retouching Tools Made on Diaphyseal Bone Splinters
***Many bone fragments have been burned in controlled laboratory conditions but few have been burned on outdoor pyres. In order to study and understand cremated bone, it is crucial to conduct experiments in real environmental conditions. In this study several cremations were carried out outdoors...
The many - often very tiny - bones of a displayed skeleton can be very confusing. But nowadays people know a lot of the human skeleton and people know all the bones. With help of specially trained people, the anthropologists, skeletons are assembled correctly.