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SRP6775 Fractured Left Ulna 3D Model
The individual SRP98 6775 is a female with an age category of 26 - 35 years old, from Period 14, dating 1100 - 1200. From macroscopic analysis of the skeletal elements present, she suffered from multiple healed trauma not only in her cranium but also in her upper limb bones and left hand. It is very interesting that she survived such major trauma & that the injuries she sustained are so well healed. Analysis of the individuals on site found interesting variations in ulna shaft fractures. The skeletal remains of this female were found during excavations of Spitalfields market (1991 - 2007) which revealed the remains of over 10,500 individuals excavated in 1999 -2002, from the medieval period on the site of St Mary Spital. It was an Augustinian priory & hospital founded in the 12th century, with the hospital becoming one of the largest in Europe. Over 5,000 individuals were analysed & a comprehensive publication was produced by Museum of London Archaeology, Monograph 60.