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Ilium:

see TroyTroy,
ancient city made famous by Homer's account of the Trojan War. It is also called Ilion or, in Latin, Ilium. Its site is almost universally accepted as the mound now named Hissarlik, in Asian Turkey, c.4 mi (6.4 km) from the mouth of the Dardanelles.
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ilium

[′il·ē·əm]
(anatomy)
Either of a pair of bones forming the superior portion of the pelvis bone in vertebrates.

ilium

the uppermost and widest of the three sections of the hipbone
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We therefore, determined the thickness and width of the human ilium by measuring every section in mimics, and we also calculated cup coverage related to every specie thickness and width by a mathematical equation.
Length & breadth of ilium of 1st case was 25, 25 & 22, 21 and in 2nd Case it was 28, 28& 24, 25(mm) on Right & Left side respectively.
Comments: In the original diagnosis, Ruiz-Omenaca (2011) provided the following autapomorphies for Delapparentia turolensis: 1) posterior dorsal ribs with long, parallel and unfused capitulum and tuberculum, 2) ossified sternal ribs, and 3) horizontal, twisted and lateromedially expanded preacetabular process of ilium (convergent in Zalmoxes), as well as the presence of anterior dorsal ribs with a pneumatic foramen and an ischium that is large in relation to the ilium.
MRI was performed and showed absence of osseous or cartilaginous tissue in the normal location of the ilium.
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This is a real dinosaur ilium," or alternatively a 'proto-dinosaur,' an ancestral dinosaur-like form that does not show yet all features of true dinosaurs, Hungerbuehler said.
Ideo Gelasius apocryphum librum ilium more Hieronymi appellat qui in Prologo voluminis Regum vbi Veteris Legis prime authoritatis libros enumerauit, ita habet: 'ut scire, inquit, valeamus quicquid extra hos est inter apocrypha esse ponendum.
There are several parallels for the expression ilium pondera (or an equivalent),(5) most notably Ovid, Fasti 4.
Ilos or IlusIn Greek mythology, the founder of Ilion (Latin Ilium, later called Troy).
Measuring more than 6 feet long, the fossilized bones include the ilium, or hip bones, and the sacrum -- several vertebrae fused together and attached to the ilium for strength (SN: 9/24/88, p.
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