Very Good+ True first edition. Softcover. Pages are clean and tight, really appears unused. First edition from 1969. The minimal wear on this book appears from just laying around and being moved on shelf, as if never opened. Illustrated with 36 b/w plates, plus b/w drawings and charts. The information covered in this book is from digs at the Dickson Mound excavation. Chapters are: Gross Pathology of Dried Bone; Classification of Ancient Disease; Trauma; Arthritis; Inflammation of Bone; Tumors; Anomalies; Dental Pathology; Specific Diseases; Osteopathology of the Robinson Site Skeletons; Crable Site; Archaeology of Dickson Mounds.; Reports of Investigations Illinois State Museum Series; B&W Illustrations; 7 3/4 x 10 1/2; 153 pages; Cover has some edge wear, bumping, scuffing, rubbing; small remnant of sticker on front cover.
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Ex-library-Poor. 07.75 x 10.5. Ex-library copy with usual markings, covers have heavy wear and yellowing, short edge tears up to 1 inch, corners bumped and creased, binding tight, ix + 153 pages, exploration of diseases and health issues in ancient man in the midwest based on an analysis of skeletal remains, bw illustrations.
Illustrated cover. Illinois State Museum Reports of Investigations, No. 15. Includes b/w photographs and illustrations. Professional book dealer since 1975. All orders are processed promptly and packaged with the utmost care. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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