The Mandible in Eastern Australian Aborigines
Australasian Medical Publishing Company for the University of Sydney, 1971 - Aboriginal Australians - 34 pages
Morphological analysis of Aboriginal mandibles from Qld and coastal NSW used to established criteria for determining sex and racial identification of skeletal material.
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15 male Mongoloid Aboriginal Absent or indistinct According to Weidenreich backwards basal border Chapelle mandible characters chimpanzees comparative condyle continuation correctly crista crista endocondyloidea deep depression depth described determination developed difference DIGASTRIC FOSSA discrimination distinct East Asian Mongoloid everted Figure forwards frequencies furrow genial pit given gorilla grades groups Heidelberg jaw Heidelberg mandible indistinct Slight Medium inferior known Larnach lateral prominence less male Mongoloid mandibles mandibular mean measurement medial medium=2 method mylo-hyoid narrow noted observed occurs orang Percentages Total Series planum triangulare pooled portion position posterior marginal tubercle present projection ramus range recorded ridge scores seen separate Series Females Males series of 15 sexes shallow side Sinanthropus situated Slight Medium Marked sometimes sulcus sulcus intertoralis superior surface swelling Sydney symphysis Table taken torus marginalis torus triangularis Total Series Females trace trigonum mentale University usually values Weidenreich 1936