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1. Bull. Soc. d'Anthrop, Paris, I, 1859, p. 51; also, Comptes rendus de l'Acad. des Sc., Paris, XLVI, p. 900.
2. Gregory de Tours, Historia Francorumt l Gregory de Tours, Historia Francorum, lib. II, cap. V II, cap. V
3. Paul d'Egine, liv. XXXVIII, trans. by de Brian, p. 347. [Quoted from Lagneau, in Bull. Soc. d'Anthrop., Paris, 1883, p. 211.]
4. Lechenault, Ann. du Mus. l'Hist. Nat., Paris, XVI, 1810, pp. 459-482.
5. Am. Journ. Med. Sci. Philada. (n. s.) XXXVIII, 1859, pp. 13-60; also Physiological Memoirs, W. A. Hammond, M. D., Philada., 1863, 271-294.
6. Cesar de Rochefort, Histoire Naturelle et Morale des Isles Antilles de l'Amerique. Rotterdam, 1681, 526.
7. Peter Martyr, lib. Ill, cap I.
8. Porchas, 1625, III, p. 1016.
9. Hardy, Travels in Mexico, Lond., 1829, p. 298.
10. Med. and Surgical Reporter, Philada., XIV, No. 17, pp. 321-324.
11. For further description see Verhandl. Gesell. f. Anthrop. Ethnol. u. Urgesch, Berlin, 1880, pp. 91, 92; Bull. Soc. d'Anthrop de Paris, VI (IIIe sÚr.), 1883, pp. 205-208.
12. Vesper Hours of the Stone Age, vol. iii, p. 55.