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'Denisová RY, 1986: The Reconstruction of the Anthropological Composition of the Bronze Age Population (Burial Grounds of Kivutkalns, Latvian SSR). Anthropologie (Brno) 24, 2-3: 133-138'.
Large series of skulls from one burial ground require a complete intergroup analysis which permits to reveal the anthropological composition of the population. Mathematical methods, the data about the burial rites, topography of the graves and demographical facts have been used in the analysis of male and female skulls from the Kivutkalns burial ground. Considering all these data it was possible not only to reveal the complicated anthropological composition, but also to disclose the causes of the non-homogenous racial composition of the population during the Bronze Age in Latvia.
Bronze Age cemetery - Palaeodemography - Metrical Analysis - Typology

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