I was tired of reading osteology books that are created solely for the public.
I find this book easy to read and very enjoyable and I would recommend it to any one who has an interest in Forensic Anthropology or Bio Archaeology.
The bone manual gives you the great pictures fo White's human osteology in a nice compact Bass sized field book!
This book was an excellent resource for a 12th century mortuary field study in Poland this past summer (2014). I highly recommend it.Published 2 days ago by Thomas Amerson
It's a very comprehensive and well-thought-out book. Perfect for MEs and anthropologists alike (maybe even the dedicated bone surgeon too?).Published 1 month ago by Evanesco
If you're studying forensic anthropology, or really any class relative to bones this book rules. Even if it's not your required text, you should probably get it--it's that... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jane
Book clearly lists out and describes the skeletal anatomy of humans for my anthropology class, and served as a good study tool.Published 5 months ago by mweber
I love that The Human Bone Manual has photo shots of each bone and tooth from every potential angle. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amy Hallmark
What can I say about this book that hasn't already been said? It is just great if you have an interest in the details of the human skeleton for an anatomy or forensics class. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jerry G. Walls
I personally prefer the larger hardcover edition with the color diagrams and cross sectional images of the long bones, but this is good for fieldwork.Published 8 months ago by Christina Ramazani