Broca and many continental writers use the name Kelt or Slavo-Kelt, which has led to much confusion.
Broca and Collignon tell us, distinguish them from all other European peoples.
Broca recommends to travelers an anthropometer consisting of a graduated rod with a movable index attached.
Professors Bronn and Broca have urged this objection on the continent.
Transformed into terms of the pelvic index of Broca these figures, according to the formula: ind.
If we take the figures of Huschel we find an excess of 372 grams; finally, the figures of Broca give us an excess of 383 grams.
Broca remarked, that, in the dissecting room, the muscles of the negro putrefied less rapidly than those of whites.
Broca referred to these skeletons as incontestable proofs of the contemporaneous existence of man and the mammoth.
Broca, Topinard, and many other eminent anthropologists and anatomists have attributed great value to these relations.
Broca published an account of the osteological characters a few years later.
Broca Bro·ca (brō'kə, brō-kä'), Paul. 1824-1880.
French anthropologist and surgeon. He became the first to offer anatomical proof of the localization of brain functions when he discovered (1861) the center of articulate speech in the brain.