Patrick Randolph-Quinney
Patrick Randolph-Quinney
Associate Professor of Forensic Science, Northumbria University
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Geological and taphonomic context for the new hominin species Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa
PHGM Dirks, LR Berger, EM Roberts, JD Kramers, J Hawks, ...
Elife 4, e09561, 2015
New fossil remains of Homo naledi from the Lesedi Chamber, South Africa
J Hawks, M Elliott, P Schmid, E Churchill, Steven, J de Ruiter, Darryl, ...
Elife 6, e24232, 2017
Earliest hominin cancer: 1.7-million-year-old osteosarcoma from Swartkrans Cave, South Africa
EJ Odes, PS Randolph-Quinney, M Steyn, Z Throckmorton, JS Smilg, ...
South African Journal of Science 112 (7-8), 1-5, 2016
Osteogenic tumour in Australopithecus sediba: Earliest hominin evidence for neoplastic disease
PS Randolph-Quinney, SA Williams, M Steyn, MR Meyer, JS Smilg, ...
South African Journal of Science 112 (7-8), 1-7, 2016
The Cave of Hearths: Makapan middle pleistocene research project: field research by Anthony Sinclair and Patrick Quinney, 1996-2001
J McNabb, A Sinclair, L Wadley, J Maguire, A Latham, A Herries, C Ogola, ...
Archaeopress, 2009
Evidence of fatal skeletal injuries on Malapa Hominins 1 and 2
EN L’Abbé, SA Symes, JT Pokines, LL Cabo, KE Stull, S Kuo, ...
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 15120, 2015
Multimodal spatial mapping and visualisation of Dinaledi Chamber and Rising Star Cave
A Kruger, P Randolph-Quinney, M Elliott
South African journal of science 112 (5-6), 1-11, 2016
Datura quids at Pinwheel Cave, California, provide unambiguous confirmation of the ingestion of hallucinogens at a rock art site
DW Robinson, K Brown, M McMenemy, L Dennany, MJ Baker, P Allan, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 202014529, 2020
Comment on “Deliberate body disposal by hominins in the Dinaledi Chamber, Cradle of Humankind, South Africa?”[J. Hum. Evol. 96 (2016) 145–148]
P Dirks, LR Berger, J Hawks, PS Randolph-Quinney, LR Backwell, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 96, 149-153, 2016
The Makapansgat australopithecine site from a speleological perspective
AG Latham, A Herries, P Quinney, A Sinclair, K Kuykendall
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 165 (1), 61-77, 1999
Possible bite-induced abscess and osteomyelitis in Lufengosaurus (Dinosauria: sauropodomorph) from the Lower Jurassic of the Yimen Basin, China
L Xing, B Rothschild, P Randolph-Quinney, Y Wang, A Parkinson, H Ran
Scientific Reports 8, 2018
Beyond size: The potential of a geometric morphometric analysis of shape and form for the assessment of sex in hand stencils in rock art
E Nelson, J Hall, P Randolph-Quinney, A Sinclair
Journal of Archaeologcial Science 78, 202-213, 2017
P Randolph-Quinney, X Mallett, SM Black
Wiley encylopedia of forensic science. London: John Wiley and Son, 152-178, 2009
J Bristow, Z Simms, PS Randolph-Quinney
Forensic Anthropology: 2000 to 2010, 279-318, 2011
Skeletal trauma
K Davidson, C Davies, P Randolph-Quinney
Forensic Anthropology 2000-2010, 183-235, 2011
Assessing the pelvis of AL 288-1
BA Wood, PS Quinney
Journal of human evolution 31 (6), 563-568, 1996
A new star rising: Biology and mortuary behaviour of Homo naledi
PS Randoiph-Quinney
South African Journal of Science 111 (9-10), 01-04, 2015
Response to Thackeray (2016)-The possibility of lichen growth on bones of Homo naledi: Were they exposed to light?
PS Randolph-Quinney, LR Backwell, LR Berger, J Hawks, PHGM Dirks, ...
South African Journal of Science 112 (9-10), 1-5, 2016
The mournful ape: Conflating expression and meaning in the mortuary behaviour of Homo naledi
PS Randolph-Quinney
South African Journal of Science 111 (11-12), 1-5, 2015
Osteopathology and insect traces in the Australopithecus africanus skeleton StW 431
E Odes, A Parkinson, P Randolph-Quinney, B Zipfel, K Jakata, H Bonney, ...
South African Journal of Science 113 (1/2), 2016-0143, 2017
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