par Polet, Caroline ;Louryan, Stéphane ;Werquin, Jean-Pierre
Référence Archives of oral biology, 49, 6, page (501-506)
Publication Publié, 2004-06
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : An ovoid yellowish object has been discovered in an Early Mesolithic collective burial located in the Meuse Basin: the Autours rockshelter (Prov. of Namur, Belgium). It was found among commingled hand and foot bones in a small crack of the rockshelter wall. Mineralogical, radiological and microscopic analyses showed that it was most probably a complex odontoma.