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Horse riding and the shape of the acetabulum: Insights from the bioarchaeological analysis of early Hungarian mounted archers (10th century)

Abstract : Horse riding is a human activity that has particularly interested bioanthropologists and paleopathologists working on the reconstruction of activities from skeletal changes in ancient populations. However, various sample and methodological limitations, such as the absence of direct evidence connecting the individuals and the activity, result in a
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William Berthon, Balázs Tihanyi, Luca Kis, László Révész, Hélène Coqueugniot, et al.. Horse riding and the shape of the acetabulum: Insights from the bioarchaeological analysis of early Hungarian mounted archers (10th century). International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, Wiley, 2019, 29 (1), pp.117-126. ⟨10.1002/oa.2723⟩. ⟨halshs-03034554⟩

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