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Every skeleton that forensic anthropologist, Diane France, meets whispers secrets about the life and death of its owner. Meet this bone detective, whose work continues to help law enforcement agencies solve crimes and identify victims of mass disasters.
Learning from skeletal remains
Richard Steckel, a pioneer in anthropometric studies, explains how study of skeletons can help to reconstruct history over broad periods.