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Human Anatomy Archive
Lawrence Herbert Wells
A comparison of the Broken Hill skull with some South Australian skulls
A contribution to the physical anthropology of the Nama Hottentots
A note on printed anatomical fragments inserted in Wellcome Ms 632
A review of the physical anthropology of Lothian
A review of the physical anthropology of Lothian : with special reference to the survival of the Bronze Age type
Address at Kolbe House evening service. Kolbe House is a Catholic Student residence at the University of Cape Town.
An evaluation of the early and middle Stone Age faunal assemblages from the Cave of Hearths.
An unusual anomaly of the first lumbar vertebra.
Anatomists and artists: the development of anatomical illustration from the introduction of printing to 1543.
Anatomy before Vesalius: the ‘Isagogae Breves’ of Jacopo Berengario da Carpi.
Anatomy in sixteenth century broadsheets
Aspects of skull structure in some Pleistocene and recent African antelopes
Aveline's Hole and Ofnet Cave
Baubo and the mother-goddess
Biological evolution and religious belief.
Cranial length and breadth in Late Palaeolithic and Epipalaeolithic skulls
Current trends in the teaching of anatomy, especially in Britain.
Emblems of mortality and immortality: symbolic aspects of early printed anatomical illustrations.
Fossil antelopes and other ungulates from Pleistocene deposits in the Orange Free State
Fossil cercopithecoids of Taung
Fossil monkeys and early man in southern Africa
From missing links to early man
Fugitive sheets: sidelights of anatomy in the Vesalian period.
Genesis of vertebral anomolies.
Great Surgeons: Andreas Vesalius
Human types in prehistoric Britain
Implications of the new age estimates of the early South African hominids
Ingwavuma Border Cave
Interarticular division of the vertebral arch: a review
Interim report on the excavation of the Border Cave, Ingwavuma District, Zululand, during July 1941
Late Stone Age and Middle Stone Age tool-makers
Lumo-sacral vertebral transition : a restatement
Netherlands contributions to the development of anatomy in Britain in the sixteenth century. Presidential Address to University of Cape Town Medical History Club.
New light on the Oligocene primates of Egypt and the early history of the Hominoide
Notes on a second mandibular fragment from Haua Fteah, Cyrenaica
Notes on a sixteenth-century anatomical vocabulary.
Notes on remains of larger mammals from the Shimbabala site
Our present knowledge of the Dark Age population of south-eastern Scotland.
Physical characters of the Kwanyama Ambo
Post-natal brain growth in human and prehuman types
Lawrence Herbert Wells