A badger has led German archaeologists to a stunning find of medieval warrior graves,
we are both sculptors -8ibid.). They proposed that the lambdoid was the last of the vault sutures to reach complete closure (Todd and Lyon 1924:355). Overall, they concluded that Dwight was justified in his assessment that cranial sutures closed later in females and that cranial sutures were not a good indicator of age (Todd and Lyon 1924:329; Krogman 1962:78). FrÃ©dÃ©ric In 1906, J. FrÃ©dÃ©ric examined 255 European and 119 non-European crania of known age (Todd and Lyon 1924:329). However, only 91 European and 13 non-European crania of both sexes were opened so that the internal surface could be examined (ibid.). Following Broca, FrÃ©dÃ©ric introduced his own rating scale of 0 to 4 (open, less than one half closed, half closed, more than one half closed, and totally closed) (Krogman 1962:77-78). Examining endocranial sutures, he fou...
A badger has led German archaeologists to a stunning find of medieval warrior graves, complete with one skeleton still clutching a sword and a wearing snake-shaped buckle on his belt. Scientists are now examining the burial site where at least eight people were buried. Artist and voluntary monument maintenance man Lars Wilhelm said he was watching badgers near his home in Brandenburg, north Germany, when he realized they were digging into an ancient grave. He said he had been watching the progress of an enormous badger sett for five years. "My wife and I