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Abstract
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Abstract
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sexing skeletons and offers Felix Platter ’s singular 1583 female skeleton and Caspar Bau-
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not become a standard feature of anatomical textbooks, though he maintains (erroneously)
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That story is fraught with changing reinterpretations and relocations of difference, and
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