Anatomy of the skeleton: the skull, the shoulders, the pelvis, the axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton.
Anatomy of the teeth.
Estimation of biological age to death based on morphometric characteristics of teeth and bones.
Estimation of sex based on the morphometric characteristics of the skeleton and the teeth.
Occupational indicators (occupational markers): enthesopathies, syndesmopathies and joint changes.
Paleopathology: identification of skeletal changes correlated with infectious, degenerative and tumor diseases, nutritional and traumatic deficiencies.