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Descriptions (12)

Descriptive Variable Value(s)
ID 2425
Specimen Location Calci (Pisa), Natural History Museum
Bone Number I12438
Period Mousterian
Period, note Mousterian (C2)
Element tibia
Taxon Bos
Proximal fusion fused
Distal fusion fused
Bd 84.4
Dd 67.7
Bison features? distal features unclear due to abrasion, prox features bos-like

Annotations (6)

Property or Relation Value(s)
Has former or current keeper
[Standard: CIDOC-CRM]
Museo storia naturale di Pisa
[Standard: Wikipedia]
Has anatomical identification
[Standard: Open Context Zooarchaeology Annotations]
tibia
[Standard: UBERON (Uber Anatomy Ontology)]
Has Biological Taxonomy
[Standard: Biological Taxonomy Vocabulary]
Bos
[Standard: Open Context :: Biometrical Database of European Aurochs and Domestic Cattle]
Has fusion character
[Standard: Open Context Zooarchaeology Annotations]
Bd
[Standard: Open Context Zooarchaeology Annotations]
84.4
Dd
[Standard: Open Context Zooarchaeology Annotations]
67.7
Editorial Note

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Suggested Citation

Elizabeth Wright, Sarah Viner-Daniels, Umberto Albarella, Martin Street, Daniel Makowiecki, Karlheinz Steppan, Jean-Phillipe Brugal. "1753-Bone from Italy/Canale delle Acque Alte (Canale Mussolini)". (2016) In Biometrical Database of European Aurochs and Domestic Cattle. Elizabeth Wright (Ed.) . Released: 2016-06-12. Open Context. <http://opencontext.org/subjects/a68e23c4-cdcb-4e02-b107-cb338a6ae34c>

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