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To be or not to be a dog mummy: how a metric study of skull can inform selection practices pertaining to canid mummification in ancient Egypt?

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Colline Brassard, Stéphanie Porcier, Cécile Callou. To be or not to be a dog mummy: how a metric study of skull can inform selection practices pertaining to canid mummification in ancient Egypt?. Salima Ikram; Jessica Kaiser; Stéphane Porcier. The ancient Egyptians and the natural world. Flora, Fauna & Science (Proceedings of the Conference of the Bioarchaeology of Ancient Egypt (BAE) & International Symposium on Animals in Ancient Egypt (ISAEE), Sidestone Press, pp.45-60, 2021, 9789464260359. ⟨mnhn-03512237⟩

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