Is it possible to determine the sex of a person by the bones of a skeleton?

Yes, you can, the most obvious differences are in the bones of the skull and pelvis. The male skull is somewhat larger, the infraorbital arches are more pronounced. The lower jaw is wider. In women, the skull is slightly smaller, the forehead is lower and narrower, the nose is not as concave as in men. The male pelvis is narrow, longer than the female, forms a cone shape, but the ribcage is wider. In women, the opposite is true: the pelvis is wider, and the chest is narrower.

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