L'HOMME, SES INCISIVES, SON ÉVOLUTION ET L'ANATOMIE CRANIO-FACIALE AU XVIE SIÈCLE

Abstract : Study of chin phylogeny leads to many hypothesis. We focused on the conformation of the chin area belonging to possible ancestors of modern Man, with projecting chin. Confrontation with not prominent mandibular symphysis fossil Hominids led us to teeth and their relation ship in occlusion study. The role of the incisors is very important. The very definition of this name "incisor" necessitate to go back to the XVIe century various anatomical descriptions of the teeth. The names given, then for Man, were preserved and used for animals and more recently for Man ancestors, which can lead to wrong interpretation. A new example of meeting between Paléoanthropology and Dental History.
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Jean Granat, Evelyne Peyre. L'HOMME, SES INCISIVES, SON ÉVOLUTION ET L'ANATOMIE CRANIO-FACIALE AU XVIE SIÈCLE. Biométrie Humaine et Anthropologie - revue de la Société de biométrie humaine, SBH Société de Biométrie Humaine, Paris, 2002, 21 (3-4), pp.135-143. Granat J. ⟨hal-00728539⟩

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