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Table 25: Cnemic index by sex. SKs only: 1994 site only. Female tibiae displayed less flattening overall than male tibiae although the difference was not statistically significant.
Male Female Total Sample
n % n % n %
Platycnemic (<62.9) 1 6 0 0 3 4
Mesocnemic (63-69.9) 7 39 5 31 28 38
Eurycnemic (70-99.9) 10 56 11 69 43 58

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