Lisa was a good find because she had tons of pathology (clues) on her bones. We didn't find her all, with parts of the legs missing. She is different to all of my other red deer skeletons because she was quite old when she died. Here's her skull. If you look closely on the lower jaw you can see there is a lump on it.
These next bones are from the back right leg. In humans they are between the ankle and first tow knuckle, but deer walk with their ankle way above ground. The tibia (shin bone) would have come in at a right angle, the same angle as my arm here:
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