Table I—Distribution by sex of the individuals according to burial area.
Table II—Age at death distribution according to sex and burial area (I = unspecified age).
Fig. 1—Continuous new bone formation on right-hand side in the thoracic region.
Fig. 2—Discontinuous new bone formation on right-hand side in the thoracic region.
Table III—Proven and probable cases of DISH according to burial area.
Table IV—Frequency of DISH in present populations for adults over 40 years according to gender (in Morlock 1992).
Table V—Frequency of DISH in various past populations (diagnostic criteria differ between authors).
Table VI—Number and frequency of cases of DISH according to burial location.
Fig. 3—Frequency of DISH between burial sectors, according to sex.
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