Archaeology Skeletons

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Photographs of some ex-Cambridgeshire residents over the ages, showing the long bones and skeleton bones of the body.

Available by courtesy for reference, academic and educational use only.

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right femur anterior
4 views of right femur in adult human
left femur anterior
4 views of left femur in adult human
right femur posterior
4 views of right femur in adult human
left femur posterior
4 views of left femur in adult human
left tibia posterior
4 views of left tibia in adult human
right tibia posterior
4 views of right tibia in adult human
right tiba anterior
3 views of right tibia in adult human
left tibia anterior
3 views of left tibia in adult human
Vertabrae bone bridging
Vertabrae bone bridging
Vertabrae bone bridging
Vertabrae bone bridging
Spinal tuberculosis
Spinal tuberculosis
Spinal tuberculosis
Spinal tuberculosis
Spinal tuberculosis
Spinal tuberculosis
Spinal tuberculosis
Spinal tuberculosis
right femur posterior proximal end
right femur posterior proximal end
right femur posterior proximal end
right femur proximal
both pelvis bones
left os coxae medial 2
left os coxae lateral 3
left os coxae lateral
left os coxae lateral 2
left os coxae 2
left os coxae medial
left os coxae anterior
left femur distal anterior
right femur distal anterior
right femur
fibula
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Archaeology skeleton bones laid out with scale to show various features.

This section is being added to, illustrating not just normal bones but also some common diseases.

left femur anterior

4 views of left femur in adult human