Kalangi Rodrigo studies at the Department of Archaeology, University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka as a final year Undergraduate. Her focus is on Zooarchaeology and Ecological Perspectives on Sri Lankan Prehistoric Studies.
Measurements of bones and teeth play an important role in zooarchaeology. This study aims to publish a set of metapodial (Artiodactyl) measurements to facilitate comparisons with other bones from archaeological sites and to help the interpretation of measurement data; and to gain a better understanding of metric data. READ MORE
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