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Craniofacial morphology in Austrian Early Bronze Age populations reflects sex-specific migration patterns.

Pellegrini A, Teschler-Nicola M, Bookstein F, Mitteroecker P.

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Sexual dimorphism in America: geometric morphometric analysis of the craniofacial region.

Kimmerle EH, Ross A, Slice D.

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The peopling of America: craniofacial shape variation on a continental scale and its interpretation from an interdisciplinary view.

González-José R, Bortolini MC, Santos FR, Bonatto SL.

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Geographic patterns of craniofacial variation in pre-Hispanic populations from the Southern Cone of South America.

Fabra M, Demarchi DA.

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Population continuity or population change: formation of the ancient Egyptian state.

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Craniofacial evolution in Polynesia: a geometric morphometric study of population diversity.

Buck T, Viđarsdóttir US.

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[The early bronze age graveyard of Franzhausen I, lower Austria. 3. Study of epigenetic characteristics].

Wiltschke-Schrotta K.

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Common features of sexual dimorphism in the cranial airways of different human populations.

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Craniofacial morphometric variation and the biological history of the peopling of Sardinia.

D'Amore G, Di Marco S, Floris G, Pacciani E, Sanna E.

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A cephalometric comparison of skulls from different time periods--the Bronze Age, the 19th century and the present.

Jonke E, Schaefer K, Freudenthaler JW, Prossinger H, Bookstein FL.

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Craniometric variation, genetic theory, and modern human origins.

Relethford JH, Harpending HC.

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Variations in the form of the hypoglossal canal in ancient Anatolian populations: comparison of two recording methods.

Eroğlu S.

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Ancient DNA perspectives on American colonization and population history.

Raff JA, Bolnick DA, Tackney J, O'Rourke DH.

Am J Phys Anthropol. 2011 Dec;146(4):503-14. doi: 10.1002/ajpa.21594. Epub 2011 Sep 13. Review.

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Biological diversity and population history of Middle Holocene hunter-gatherers from the Cis-Baikal region of Siberia.

Movsesian AA, Bakholdina VY, Pezhemsky DV.

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