3D imaging as a cracking approach to analysing and presenting skeletal fractures

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    Abstract

    Whilst literature regarding trauma analysis in archaeological contexts is currently lacking in comparison to forensic contexts, techniques for 3D imaging in forensic archaeology are rapidly developing. This research explores the use of 3D imaging for analysing projectile trauma in Ox crania recovered from Vindolanda. Vindolanda is a World Heritage Site on the Frontiers of the Roman Empire, known for its exceptional preservation of delicate and rare artefacts.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 24 Aug 2018
    EventEuropean Meeting of Forensic Archaeology - Belfast, Ireland
    Duration: 23 Aug 201824 Aug 2018
    Conference number: 7th

    Conference

    ConferenceEuropean Meeting of Forensic Archaeology
    Abbreviated titleEMFA
    CountryIreland
    CityBelfast
    Period23/08/1824/08/18

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    Williams, R., Thompson, T., Orr, C., & Taylor, G. (2018). 3D imaging as a cracking approach to analysing and presenting skeletal fractures. Poster session presented at European Meeting of Forensic Archaeology, Belfast, Ireland.