Mays, S. (2002). The relationship between molar wear and age in an early 19th century AD archaeological human skeletal series of documented age at death. J Archaeol Sci 29 (8). Vol 29(8), pp. 861-871.

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The relationship between molar wear and age in an early 19th century AD archaeological human skeletal series of documented age at death
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J Archaeol Sci 29 (8)
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Journal of Archaeological Science
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29 (8)
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861 - 871
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Study the of crown height of molar teeth. Results indicate an approximately linear relationship between crown height and age. A closer relationship between age and crown height exists for the mandibular than the maxillary molars. Suggests that dental wear is a reliable ageing technique for most archaeological skeletal material. A nineteenth-century Dutch skeletal collection of known age at death were used in the research.
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Simon Mays
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2002
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Archaeological Human Skeletal (Auto Detected Subject))
Dutch Skeletal (Auto Detected Subject))
Archaeological Skeletal Material (Auto Detected Subject))
Early 19th Century Ad (Auto Detected Temporal)
Teeth (BIAB)
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14 Jan 2003