The study faces a new argument for the Archeozoology and the Veterinary Anatomy: the combination of these disciplines has permitted to carry out the macroscopic and osteological analysis of finds from Palazzo Poggi (Lucca) and to conduct an extensive research of pathological components in them. Then we have proceeded with the reconstruction of movement of the animal from a biomechanical perspective, starting from the myologic evidence on the archeozoological finds.

Archeozoological, anatomical and biomechanical analysis of one subject of the genus Equus asinus L. from Palazzo Poggi (Lucca)

STORNELLI, MARIA RITA;GIANNESSI, ELISABETTA;COLI, ALESSANDRA
2012

Abstract

The study faces a new argument for the Archeozoology and the Veterinary Anatomy: the combination of these disciplines has permitted to carry out the macroscopic and osteological analysis of finds from Palazzo Poggi (Lucca) and to conduct an extensive research of pathological components in them. Then we have proceeded with the reconstruction of movement of the animal from a biomechanical perspective, starting from the myologic evidence on the archeozoological finds.
Landini, L.; Stornelli, MARIA RITA; Giannessi, Elisabetta; Coli, Alessandra
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