Tibia and fibula, various sites

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Black and white photographs of skeletal remains from various sites. 1. Photographer / copyright: Ministry of Works Site: Burgh Castle (Inhumation 38) Description: Right tibia with bony callus, probable healed fracture, possibly from infection and 'normal' left tibia Possible disease(s) / pathology / overall classification: Trauma (accidental) / Infection

2. Photographer / copyright: Ministry of Works Site: a)Thetford Priory. b) St Catherine's Thorpe (P300) . c & d) Burgh Castle (Inhumation 89 & 132) Description: a) Right tibia. b) Left tibia. c) Left tibia. d) Right Ulna. All with probable healed fractures Possible disease(s) / pathology / overall classification: Trauma (accidental)

3. Photographer / copyright: Ministry of Works Site: a) St Catherine's Thorpe (P300) . b & c) Unknown. d) Burgh Castle (Inhumation 132) Description: a & b) Left tibiae. c & d) Right tibiae with fractures / evidence of fracture to the fibula Possible disease(s) / pathology / overall classification: Trauma (accidental)