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Full Record: x-17072/17072

Biface typology.

1966

35mm slide: 11295

17072

Full Record: x-17073/17073

Burin typology.

1966

35mm slide: 11296

17073

Full Record: x-17074/17074

Microlith, backed and barbed typology.

1966

35mm slide: 11297

17074

Full Record: x-17075/17075

Plesidapis, 60-55 million years ago. Paleocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11298

17075

Full Record: x-17076/17076

Smilodectes, 50-45 million years ago, Eocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11299

17076

Full Record: x-17077/17077

Pliopithecus, 23-12 million years ago, Miocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11300

17077

Full Record: x-17078/17078

Pliopithecus: One of the earliest proto-apes, Pliopithecus had the look of a modern gibbon although its arms were not as disproportionately long and specialized for swinging through the trees. On the basis of its teeth and skull it is now classed as an ancestor of the gibbon line.

1965

35mm slide: 11301

17078

Full Record: x-17079/17079

Oreopithecus, 14 -8 million years ago, Pliocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11302

17079

Full Record: x-1708/1708

Coatlichan -- Deity of Coatlichan.

35mm slide: 441

1708

Full Record: x-17080/17080

Oreopithecus: A likely sidebranch on man's family tree, Oreopithecus is believed t ohave stood around four feet tall and weighed about 80 pounds. Its teeth and pelvis led scientists to wonder if it could be ancestral to man, but apparently it became extinct some 8 million years ago.

1965

35mm slide: 11303

17080

Full Record: x-17081/17081

Oreopithecus, a human collateral of the Pliocene epoch.

1965

35mm slide: 11304

17081

Full Record: x-17082/17082

Dryopithecus: Though its skeleton is tantalizingly incomplete, Dryopithecus can be fairly described from a few jaws and teeth. First of the fossil great apes to be discovered, it was widely distributed; remains have been unearthed throughout Europe, in North India and China.

1965

35mm slide: 11305

17082

Full Record: x-17083/17083

Proconsul, Miocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11306

17083

Full Record: x-1709/1709

Tenayuca -- East wall of pyramid showing entrance to tunnels underneath structure and row of serpent figures.

35mm slide: 442

1709

Solomon Island: modeled skull, front view.

35mm slide: 20728

17090

Full Record: x-1710/1710

Cuicuilco, Federal District -- roof over pit excavated in central portion of pyramid.

35mm slide: 443

1710

Full Record: x-1711/1711

Tula, Hidalgo -- Mound B from the southeast.

35mm slide: 444

1711

Full Record: x-1712/1712

Tula, Hidalgo -- Caryatide figures -- northwest corner of Coatepantli.

35mm slide: 445

1712

Full Record: x-1713/1713

Tula, Hidalgo -- Modern village.

35mm slide: 446

1713

Full Record: x-1714/1714

Tula, Hidalgo -- "Coatepantli".

35mm slide: 447

1714

Full Record: x-1715/1715

Tula, Hidalgo -- Guerrero-Tolteca.

35mm slide: 448

1715

Full Record: x-1716/1716

Tula, Hidalgo -- Plaza area to the north of Mound B.

35mm slide: 449

1716

Full Record: x-1717/1717

Teotihuacán -- Citadel -- Temple of Quetzalcoatl.

35mm slide: 450

1717

Full Record: x-1718/1718

Tula, Hidalgo -- Caryatide figure and fragments in plaza north of Mound B.

35mm slide: 451

1718

Full Record: x-1719/1719

Tula, Hidalgo -- Ahcollacatl and tigers.

35mm slide: 452

1719

Full Record: x-1720/1720

Tula, Hidalgo -- Una "cariatide".

35mm slide: 453

1720

Full Record: x-1721/1721

Cuicuilco, Federal District -- Eastern and southern slopes of pyramid with eastern ramp visible on right.

35mm slide: 455

1721

Full Record: x-1722/1722

Cuicuilco, Federal District. -- Close-up view of southern reconstructed wall.

35mm slide: 456

1722

Full Record: x-1723/1723

Cuicuilco, Federal District -- Stair inside pyramid.

35mm slide: 457

1723

Full Record: x-1724/1724

San Angel, Federal District -- "Pedregal" -- Middle culture.

35mm slide: 458

1724

Full Record: x-17249/17249

Sharkey County, Mississippi. Anderson Landing vessel.

35mm slide: 23088

17249

Full Record: x-1725/1725

Teotihuacán -- Citadel.

35mm slide: 459

1725

Full Record: x-17250/17250

Proconsul: Known from numerous fragments adding up to almost complete skeletons, Proconsul is considered to be a very early ape, the ancestor of the chimpanzee and perhaps of the gorilla. A contemporary of Pliopithecus, it is often found with it in the same fossil site.

1965

35mm slide: 11307

17250

Full Record: x-17251/17251

Proconsul (by Wilson).

1965

35mm slide: 11308

17251

Full Record: x-17252/17252

Ramapithecus: The easliest manlike primate found so far, Ramapithecus is now thought by some experts to be the oldest of man's ancestors in a direct line. This hominid status is predicated upon a few teeth, some fragments of jaw and a palate unmistakably human in shape.

1965

35mm slide: 11309

17252

Full Record: x-17253/17253

Australopithecine sites. The African sites which have yielded fossilized remains of Australopithecus, popularly known as ape-men, near-men, or half-men. The three northern sites are in the Republic of Tanzania; the five southern sites are in the Republic of South Africa.

1965

35mm slide: 11310

17253

Full Record: x-17254/17254

Australopithecus africanus Taungs.

1951

35mm slide: 11311

17254

Full Record: x-17255/17255

Australopithecus (Plesianthropus) Transvaalensis, Sterkfontein.

1951

35mm slide: 11312

17255

Full Record: x-17256/17256

Paranthropus robustus, Kromdraai.

1951

35mm slide: 11313

17256

Full Record: x-17257/17257

Craniograms of Australopithecus africanus, infant (dashed and dotted line); Australpithecus prometheus, female (solid line); and Paranthropus robustus, male (dotted line).

1951

35mm slide: 11314

17257

Full Record: x-17258/17258

Craniograms of Australopithecus prometheus (solid line); Plesianthropus transvaalensis, male (dashed and dotted line); and Paranthropus robustus, male (dotted line).

1951

35mm slide: 11315

17258

Full Record: x-17259/17259

First milk molars of Australopithecus, Paranthropus, and Bushman.

35mm slide: 11316

17259

Full Record: x-1726/1726

Teotihuacán -- Pyramid of the Sun.

35mm slide: 460

1726

Full Record: x-17260/17260

Left lateral views of innominate bones in chimpanzee (left), Australopithecus prometheus (center), and Bushman (right).

35mm slide: 11317

17260

Full Record: x-17261/17261

Homo habilis type specimen. Left lateral view of the dental arcade and body of the mandible of the type specimen of the new Olduvai hominine, Homo habilis. In this juvenile specimen, only the first two molars have erupted. The "enamel line" on each tooth is clearly defined; areas of hypoplastic enamel are well shown on the canine tooth.

1965

35mm slide: 11318

17261

Full Record: x-17262/17262

Zinjanthropus. The teeth and palate of the large-toothed hominid, Australopithecus (Zinjanthropus) boisei, from Bed I, Olduvai Gorge.

1965

35mm slide: 11319

17262

Full Record: x-17263/17263

Peninj jaw. Two views of the lower jawbone and teeth of a large-toothed australopithecine from Peninj, next to Lake Natron, some 80 km northeast of Olduvai Gorge. The very small front teeth (incisors and canines) and very large cheek teeth (premolars and molars) characteristic of the robust australopithecine are well shown. This mandible represents a Middle Pleistocene survivor of the African australopithecines, probably a late member of the Olduva

1965

35mm slide: 11320

17263

Full Record: x-17264/17264

Buccolingual breadths (in millimeters) of the maxiliary (left) and mandibular (right) teeth of A. africanus and H. erectus. The cheek teeth (from P3 to M3) of the australopithecines are characteristically broadened, as contrasted with those of the hominines, represented here by Homo erectus.

1965

35mm slide: 11321

17264

Full Record: x-17265/17265

Crown areas and length/breadth index. Ranges of size and shape of mandibular teeth in the H. habilis from Bed I and the hominine from lower Bed II compared with those of Australopithecus africanus. Left: crown areas (mm sq.). Right: the length of the tooth expressed as a percentage of the breadth. The cheek teeth (premolars and molars) of the hominines have higher indices because they are elongated and lack the characteristic australopithecine bro

1965

35mm slide: 11322

17265

Full Record: x-17266/17266

Australopithecus and Paranthropus. Australopithecus: Ramapithecus and this early form of Australopithecus, the first certain hominid, are seperated by a gap of nine million years. In this time, the prehumans made great advances - they walked upright, lived on the ground and may have used stones in their defense; Paranthropus: though he stood erect and had hominid features, Paranthropus represents an evolutionary dead end in man's ancestry. A vegeta

1965

35mm slide: 11323

17266