Supporting data and archaeological reports described by Schoenebeck et al. 2019. Anatomical Record (in submission).
Skeletal data related to the comparative morphological analysis of an ancient Roman dog found in Warmington, England against the morphologies of modern pedigree dog skeleton housed in the NMBE (Bern, Switzerland). Data includes raw coordinate data and measurements, as well as their derivatives.
Schoenebeck, Jeffrey; Nussbaumer, Marc. (2019). Data supporting the paper "From Head to Hind: Elucidating Function through Contrasting Morphometrics of Ancient and Modern Pedigree Dogs". This dataset was previously titled - Geometric Morphometrics in Canine Archaeozoology: Hallmarks of Present-Day Sight Hounds in the Bones of an Ancient Roman Dog , [dataset]. University of Edinburgh. Roslin Institute and Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.