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Full Record: x-96-11-101ab/101A-LL.TIF

96-11-101AB

Left Lateral

RP3-M2 and LC-LM3 are present; though the latter is unerupted, the spheno-occipital synchondrosis is fused. The left zygomatic arch is broken, and there is a healed fracture running antero-posteriorly the length of the right parietal. There is also a healing, depressed fracture of the right half of the occipital, and an occipital fracture along the length of the complete inca bone. There are wormian bones along the lambdoidal suture (viz. left) as well. The left nasal bone is likely to also have a healed fracture. LM3 is still in its crypt and abscessed buccally – this tooth is possibly impacted. The LC has linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) has only LM2 and RP3 present. The M1 alveoli have resorbed (bilateral), and there is light calculus on the mesial face of LM2 and RP3.

Full Record: x-96-11-101ab/101A-PO.TIF

96-11-101AB

Posterior

RP3-M2 and LC-LM3 are present; though the latter is unerupted, the spheno-occipital synchondrosis is fused. The left zygomatic arch is broken, and there is a healed fracture running antero-posteriorly the length of the right parietal. There is also a healing, depressed fracture of the right half of the occipital, and an occipital fracture along the length of the complete inca bone. There are wormian bones along the lambdoidal suture (viz. left) as well. The left nasal bone is likely to also have a healed fracture. LM3 is still in its crypt and abscessed buccally – this tooth is possibly impacted. The LC has linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) has only LM2 and RP3 present. The M1 alveoli have resorbed (bilateral), and there is light calculus on the mesial face of LM2 and RP3.

Full Record: x-96-11-101ab/101A-RL.TIF

96-11-101AB

Right Lateral

RP3-M2 and LC-LM3 are present; though the latter is unerupted, the spheno-occipital synchondrosis is fused. The left zygomatic arch is broken, and there is a healed fracture running antero-posteriorly the length of the right parietal. There is also a healing, depressed fracture of the right half of the occipital, and an occipital fracture along the length of the complete inca bone. There are wormian bones along the lambdoidal suture (viz. left) as well. The left nasal bone is likely to also have a healed fracture. LM3 is still in its crypt and abscessed buccally – this tooth is possibly impacted. The LC has linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) has only LM2 and RP3 present. The M1 alveoli have resorbed (bilateral), and there is light calculus on the mesial face of LM2 and RP3.

Full Record: x-96-11-101ab/101A-SU.TIF

96-11-101AB

Superior

RP3-M2 and LC-LM3 are present; though the latter is unerupted, the spheno-occipital synchondrosis is fused. The left zygomatic arch is broken, and there is a healed fracture running antero-posteriorly the length of the right parietal. There is also a healing, depressed fracture of the right half of the occipital, and an occipital fracture along the length of the complete inca bone. There are wormian bones along the lambdoidal suture (viz. left) as well. The left nasal bone is likely to also have a healed fracture. LM3 is still in its crypt and abscessed buccally – this tooth is possibly impacted. The LC has linear enamel hypoplasia. The mandible (b) has only LM2 and RP3 present. The M1 alveoli have resorbed (bilateral), and there is light calculus on the mesial face of LM2 and RP3.

Full Record: x-96-11-102/102-AN.TIF

96-11-102

Anterior

The calotte is missing. While most teeth are present, they consist mostly of broken crowns and roots. There is a healed fracture of the nasal bones and right maxilla. There is calculus on the buccal and occlusal faces of the RM1-2 crowns and mild RM1-2 alveolar resorption. The left styloid process may be atrophied, and there is a deeply excavated tract for the left supraorbital art/vein. There is a notch medially of the occipital condyle (bilateral). Additionally, this skull almost has a left pterygospinous fossa.

Full Record: x-96-11-102/102-DX.TIF

96-11-102

Maxillary Dentition

The calotte is missing. While most teeth are present, they consist mostly of broken crowns and roots. There is a healed fracture of the nasal bones and right maxilla. There is calculus on the buccal and occlusal faces of the RM1-2 crowns and mild RM1-2 alveolar resorption. The left styloid process may be atrophied, and there is a deeply excavated tract for the left supraorbital art/vein. There is a notch medially of the occipital condyle (bilateral). Additionally, this skull almost has a left pterygospinous fossa.

Full Record: x-96-11-102/102-FE1.TIF

96-11-102

Feature 1

The calotte is missing. While most teeth are present, they consist mostly of broken crowns and roots. There is a healed fracture of the nasal bones and right maxilla. There is calculus on the buccal and occlusal faces of the RM1-2 crowns and mild RM1-2 alveolar resorption. The left styloid process may be atrophied, and there is a deeply excavated tract for the left supraorbital art/vein. There is a notch medially of the occipital condyle (bilateral). Additionally, this skull almost has a left pterygospinous fossa.

Full Record: x-96-11-102/102-IN.TIF

96-11-102

Inferior

The calotte is missing. While most teeth are present, they consist mostly of broken crowns and roots. There is a healed fracture of the nasal bones and right maxilla. There is calculus on the buccal and occlusal faces of the RM1-2 crowns and mild RM1-2 alveolar resorption. The left styloid process may be atrophied, and there is a deeply excavated tract for the left supraorbital art/vein. There is a notch medially of the occipital condyle (bilateral). Additionally, this skull almost has a left pterygospinous fossa.

Full Record: x-96-11-102/102-LL.TIF

96-11-102

Left Lateral

The calotte is missing. While most teeth are present, they consist mostly of broken crowns and roots. There is a healed fracture of the nasal bones and right maxilla. There is calculus on the buccal and occlusal faces of the RM1-2 crowns and mild RM1-2 alveolar resorption. The left styloid process may be atrophied, and there is a deeply excavated tract for the left supraorbital art/vein. There is a notch medially of the occipital condyle (bilateral). Additionally, this skull almost has a left pterygospinous fossa.

Full Record: x-96-11-102/102-PO.TIF

96-11-102

Posterior

The calotte is missing. While most teeth are present, they consist mostly of broken crowns and roots. There is a healed fracture of the nasal bones and right maxilla. There is calculus on the buccal and occlusal faces of the RM1-2 crowns and mild RM1-2 alveolar resorption. The left styloid process may be atrophied, and there is a deeply excavated tract for the left supraorbital art/vein. There is a notch medially of the occipital condyle (bilateral). Additionally, this skull almost has a left pterygospinous fossa.

Full Record: x-96-11-102/102-RL.TIF

96-11-102

Right Lateral

The calotte is missing. While most teeth are present, they consist mostly of broken crowns and roots. There is a healed fracture of the nasal bones and right maxilla. There is calculus on the buccal and occlusal faces of the RM1-2 crowns and mild RM1-2 alveolar resorption. The left styloid process may be atrophied, and there is a deeply excavated tract for the left supraorbital art/vein. There is a notch medially of the occipital condyle (bilateral). Additionally, this skull almost has a left pterygospinous fossa.

Full Record: x-96-11-102/102-SU.TIF

96-11-102

Superior

The calotte is missing. While most teeth are present, they consist mostly of broken crowns and roots. There is a healed fracture of the nasal bones and right maxilla. There is calculus on the buccal and occlusal faces of the RM1-2 crowns and mild RM1-2 alveolar resorption. The left styloid process may be atrophied, and there is a deeply excavated tract for the left supraorbital art/vein. There is a notch medially of the occipital condyle (bilateral). Additionally, this skull almost has a left pterygospinous fossa.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103A-AN.TIF

96-11-103AB

Anterior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103A-RL.TIF

96-11-103AB

Right Lateral

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103A-SU.TIF

96-11-103AB

Superior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103AB-AN.TIF

96-11-103AB

Anterior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103AB-LL.TIF

96-11-103AB

Left Lateral

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103AB-RL.TIF

96-11-103AB

Right Lateral

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103B-AN.TIF

96-11-103AB

Anterior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103B-IN.TIF

96-11-103AB

Inferior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103B-LL.TIF

96-11-103AB

Left Lateral

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103B-PO.TIF

96-11-103AB

Posterior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103B-RL.TIF

96-11-103AB

Right Lateral

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103-DN.TIF

96-11-103AB

Mandibular Dentition

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103B-SU.TIF

96-11-103AB

Superior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103-DX.TIF

96-11-103AB

Maxillary Dentition

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103-FE1.TIF

96-11-103AB

Feature 1

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103-FE2.TIF

96-11-103AB

Feature 2

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103-FE3.TIF

96-11-103AB

Feature 3

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103A-IN.TIF

96-11-103AB

Inferior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103A-LL.TIF

96-11-103AB

Left Lateral

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-103ab/103A-PO.TIF

96-11-103AB

Posterior

Only the left and right canines are present, though the crown of the right canine is broken. There is a large depression resulting from a healed fracture on the right frontal bone by the coronal suture at pterion, healed or healing fractures of the nasal bones, and a healing fracture of the right infraorbital region related to an expanded right infraorbital foramen. All alveoli are resorbed except for the canines. There is possible mild obliteration of the posterior sagittal suture between the parietal foramen. In the associated mandible (b), all alveoli are resorbed.

Full Record: x-96-11-104/104-AN.TIF

96-11-104

Anterior

The cranium retains only RP3 and LM1, and is also missing much of the cranial base, primarily the occipital and temporal areas. The right zygomatic arch is broken, and the right zygomatic and frontal bones are pulling away from the sphenoid/frontal region. There is erosion and breakage of the left inferior zygomatic arch. Additionally, there is a partially healed fracture, which is still quite depressed superiorly, on the right parietal extending from pterion on the coronal suture to about half the length of the right temporal squama. There is an abscess of the LM2, and possibly LM3 alveolus, and the teeth present are worn smoothly down into the root, exposing the pulp cavities. The apparently low forehead of the skull may indicate artificial modification. There is also a large and deep pit on the right parietal bone, which could be a lesion or reflect erosion. Additionally, there appear to be enlarged lacrimal fossae (viz R).

Full Record: x-96-11-104/104-DX.TIF

96-11-104

Maxillary Dentition

The cranium retains only RP3 and LM1, and is also missing much of the cranial base, primarily the occipital and temporal areas. The right zygomatic arch is broken, and the right zygomatic and frontal bones are pulling away from the sphenoid/frontal region. There is erosion and breakage of the left inferior zygomatic arch. Additionally, there is a partially healed fracture, which is still quite depressed superiorly, on the right parietal extending from pterion on the coronal suture to about half the length of the right temporal squama. There is an abscess of the LM2, and possibly LM3 alveolus, and the teeth present are worn smoothly down into the root, exposing the pulp cavities. The apparently low forehead of the skull may indicate artificial modification. There is also a large and deep pit on the right parietal bone, which could be a lesion or reflect erosion. Additionally, there appear to be enlarged lacrimal fossae (viz R).

Full Record: x-96-11-104/104-FE1.TIF

96-11-104

Feature 1

The cranium retains only RP3 and LM1, and is also missing much of the cranial base, primarily the occipital and temporal areas. The right zygomatic arch is broken, and the right zygomatic and frontal bones are pulling away from the sphenoid/frontal region. There is erosion and breakage of the left inferior zygomatic arch. Additionally, there is a partially healed fracture, which is still quite depressed superiorly, on the right parietal extending from pterion on the coronal suture to about half the length of the right temporal squama. There is an abscess of the LM2, and possibly LM3 alveolus, and the teeth present are worn smoothly down into the root, exposing the pulp cavities. The apparently low forehead of the skull may indicate artificial modification. There is also a large and deep pit on the right parietal bone, which could be a lesion or reflect erosion. Additionally, there appear to be enlarged lacrimal fossae (viz R).

Full Record: x-96-11-104/104-IN.TIF

96-11-104

Inferior

The cranium retains only RP3 and LM1, and is also missing much of the cranial base, primarily the occipital and temporal areas. The right zygomatic arch is broken, and the right zygomatic and frontal bones are pulling away from the sphenoid/frontal region. There is erosion and breakage of the left inferior zygomatic arch. Additionally, there is a partially healed fracture, which is still quite depressed superiorly, on the right parietal extending from pterion on the coronal suture to about half the length of the right temporal squama. There is an abscess of the LM2, and possibly LM3 alveolus, and the teeth present are worn smoothly down into the root, exposing the pulp cavities. The apparently low forehead of the skull may indicate artificial modification. There is also a large and deep pit on the right parietal bone, which could be a lesion or reflect erosion. Additionally, there appear to be enlarged lacrimal fossae (viz R).

Full Record: x-96-11-104/104-LL.TIF

96-11-104

Left Lateral

The cranium retains only RP3 and LM1, and is also missing much of the cranial base, primarily the occipital and temporal areas. The right zygomatic arch is broken, and the right zygomatic and frontal bones are pulling away from the sphenoid/frontal region. There is erosion and breakage of the left inferior zygomatic arch. Additionally, there is a partially healed fracture, which is still quite depressed superiorly, on the right parietal extending from pterion on the coronal suture to about half the length of the right temporal squama. There is an abscess of the LM2, and possibly LM3 alveolus, and the teeth present are worn smoothly down into the root, exposing the pulp cavities. The apparently low forehead of the skull may indicate artificial modification. There is also a large and deep pit on the right parietal bone, which could be a lesion or reflect erosion. Additionally, there appear to be enlarged lacrimal fossae (viz R).

Full Record: x-96-11-104/104-PO.TIF

96-11-104

Posterior

The cranium retains only RP3 and LM1, and is also missing much of the cranial base, primarily the occipital and temporal areas. The right zygomatic arch is broken, and the right zygomatic and frontal bones are pulling away from the sphenoid/frontal region. There is erosion and breakage of the left inferior zygomatic arch. Additionally, there is a partially healed fracture, which is still quite depressed superiorly, on the right parietal extending from pterion on the coronal suture to about half the length of the right temporal squama. There is an abscess of the LM2, and possibly LM3 alveolus, and the teeth present are worn smoothly down into the root, exposing the pulp cavities. The apparently low forehead of the skull may indicate artificial modification. There is also a large and deep pit on the right parietal bone, which could be a lesion or reflect erosion. Additionally, there appear to be enlarged lacrimal fossae (viz R).

Full Record: x-96-11-104/104-RL.TIF

96-11-104

Right Lateral

The cranium retains only RP3 and LM1, and is also missing much of the cranial base, primarily the occipital and temporal areas. The right zygomatic arch is broken, and the right zygomatic and frontal bones are pulling away from the sphenoid/frontal region. There is erosion and breakage of the left inferior zygomatic arch. Additionally, there is a partially healed fracture, which is still quite depressed superiorly, on the right parietal extending from pterion on the coronal suture to about half the length of the right temporal squama. There is an abscess of the LM2, and possibly LM3 alveolus, and the teeth present are worn smoothly down into the root, exposing the pulp cavities. The apparently low forehead of the skull may indicate artificial modification. There is also a large and deep pit on the right parietal bone, which could be a lesion or reflect erosion. Additionally, there appear to be enlarged lacrimal fossae (viz R).

Full Record: x-96-11-104/104-SU.TIF

96-11-104

Superior

The cranium retains only RP3 and LM1, and is also missing much of the cranial base, primarily the occipital and temporal areas. The right zygomatic arch is broken, and the right zygomatic and frontal bones are pulling away from the sphenoid/frontal region. There is erosion and breakage of the left inferior zygomatic arch. Additionally, there is a partially healed fracture, which is still quite depressed superiorly, on the right parietal extending from pterion on the coronal suture to about half the length of the right temporal squama. There is an abscess of the LM2, and possibly LM3 alveolus, and the teeth present are worn smoothly down into the root, exposing the pulp cavities. The apparently low forehead of the skull may indicate artificial modification. There is also a large and deep pit on the right parietal bone, which could be a lesion or reflect erosion. Additionally, there appear to be enlarged lacrimal fossae (viz R).

Full Record: x-96-11-105ab/105-AN.TIF

96-11-105AB

Anterior

All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large and partially healed depression fracture on the anteromedial left parietal, and a highly vascularized supraorbitals/glabellar region (viz. right). The infraorbital surfaces are extremely thin and porous, to the point they are broken. The nasal margin is wider and flares more to the right, while the internasal suture is entirely displaced to the left. There is unusual remodeling around the jugular foramina medial petrosals and basiocciput (which may have an unfusued synchondrosis). The petrosals around the foramenlacerum are atrophied, and there is resorption exposing the sphenoid sinus, as well as a hypertrophied left styloid process. The vaginal process and tympanic plate are broad and prominent, and the tympanic bone of inferior EAMs creates short processes (bilateral). The left hypoglossal canal is completely bifid, and the articular surfaces of the medial occipital condyles are medially-facing. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has no lower teeth present, and possibly some resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-105ab/105-IN.TIF

96-11-105AB

Inferior

All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large and partially healed depression fracture on the anteromedial left parietal, and a highly vascularized supraorbitals/glabellar region (viz. right). The infraorbital surfaces are extremely thin and porous, to the point they are broken. The nasal margin is wider and flares more to the right, while the internasal suture is entirely displaced to the left. There is unusual remodeling around the jugular foramina medial petrosals and basiocciput (which may have an unfusued synchondrosis). The petrosals around the foramenlacerum are atrophied, and there is resorption exposing the sphenoid sinus, as well as a hypertrophied left styloid process. The vaginal process and tympanic plate are broad and prominent, and the tympanic bone of inferior EAMs creates short processes (bilateral). The left hypoglossal canal is completely bifid, and the articular surfaces of the medial occipital condyles are medially-facing. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has no lower teeth present, and possibly some resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-105ab/105-LL.TIF

96-11-105AB

Left Lateral

All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large and partially healed depression fracture on the anteromedial left parietal, and a highly vascularized supraorbitals/glabellar region (viz. right). The infraorbital surfaces are extremely thin and porous, to the point they are broken. The nasal margin is wider and flares more to the right, while the internasal suture is entirely displaced to the left. There is unusual remodeling around the jugular foramina medial petrosals and basiocciput (which may have an unfusued synchondrosis). The petrosals around the foramenlacerum are atrophied, and there is resorption exposing the sphenoid sinus, as well as a hypertrophied left styloid process. The vaginal process and tympanic plate are broad and prominent, and the tympanic bone of inferior EAMs creates short processes (bilateral). The left hypoglossal canal is completely bifid, and the articular surfaces of the medial occipital condyles are medially-facing. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has no lower teeth present, and possibly some resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-105ab/105-PO.TIF

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Posterior

All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large and partially healed depression fracture on the anteromedial left parietal, and a highly vascularized supraorbitals/glabellar region (viz. right). The infraorbital surfaces are extremely thin and porous, to the point they are broken. The nasal margin is wider and flares more to the right, while the internasal suture is entirely displaced to the left. There is unusual remodeling around the jugular foramina medial petrosals and basiocciput (which may have an unfusued synchondrosis). The petrosals around the foramenlacerum are atrophied, and there is resorption exposing the sphenoid sinus, as well as a hypertrophied left styloid process. The vaginal process and tympanic plate are broad and prominent, and the tympanic bone of inferior EAMs creates short processes (bilateral). The left hypoglossal canal is completely bifid, and the articular surfaces of the medial occipital condyles are medially-facing. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has no lower teeth present, and possibly some resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-105ab/105-RL.TIF

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Right Lateral

All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large and partially healed depression fracture on the anteromedial left parietal, and a highly vascularized supraorbitals/glabellar region (viz. right). The infraorbital surfaces are extremely thin and porous, to the point they are broken. The nasal margin is wider and flares more to the right, while the internasal suture is entirely displaced to the left. There is unusual remodeling around the jugular foramina medial petrosals and basiocciput (which may have an unfusued synchondrosis). The petrosals around the foramenlacerum are atrophied, and there is resorption exposing the sphenoid sinus, as well as a hypertrophied left styloid process. The vaginal process and tympanic plate are broad and prominent, and the tympanic bone of inferior EAMs creates short processes (bilateral). The left hypoglossal canal is completely bifid, and the articular surfaces of the medial occipital condyles are medially-facing. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has no lower teeth present, and possibly some resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-105ab/105-SU.TIF

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Superior

All alveoli are resorbed. There is a large and partially healed depression fracture on the anteromedial left parietal, and a highly vascularized supraorbitals/glabellar region (viz. right). The infraorbital surfaces are extremely thin and porous, to the point they are broken. The nasal margin is wider and flares more to the right, while the internasal suture is entirely displaced to the left. There is unusual remodeling around the jugular foramina medial petrosals and basiocciput (which may have an unfusued synchondrosis). The petrosals around the foramenlacerum are atrophied, and there is resorption exposing the sphenoid sinus, as well as a hypertrophied left styloid process. The vaginal process and tympanic plate are broad and prominent, and the tympanic bone of inferior EAMs creates short processes (bilateral). The left hypoglossal canal is completely bifid, and the articular surfaces of the medial occipital condyles are medially-facing. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has no lower teeth present, and possibly some resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-106/106-AN.TIF

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Anterior

All teeth have been lost to resorption, as far as the incisive canal. The metopic suture meets coronal to the right of the sagittal suture, and there are two wormian bones in the sagittal suture. There are also two wormian bones to the left in the lambdoidal suture, and three wormian bones to the right. There is complex wormiation at each parietal notch, as well. The vault bone is extremely thin (transparent) at the middle miningeal arteries and some arachnoid foveae along the sagittal suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-106/106-DX.TIF

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Maxillary Dentition

All teeth have been lost to resorption, as far as the incisive canal. The metopic suture meets coronal to the right of the sagittal suture, and there are two wormian bones in the sagittal suture. There are also two wormian bones to the left in the lambdoidal suture, and three wormian bones to the right. There is complex wormiation at each parietal notch, as well. The vault bone is extremely thin (transparent) at the middle miningeal arteries and some arachnoid foveae along the sagittal suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-106/106-IN.TIF

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Inferior

All teeth have been lost to resorption, as far as the incisive canal. The metopic suture meets coronal to the right of the sagittal suture, and there are two wormian bones in the sagittal suture. There are also two wormian bones to the left in the lambdoidal suture, and three wormian bones to the right. There is complex wormiation at each parietal notch, as well. The vault bone is extremely thin (transparent) at the middle miningeal arteries and some arachnoid foveae along the sagittal suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-106/106-LL.TIF

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Left Lateral

All teeth have been lost to resorption, as far as the incisive canal. The metopic suture meets coronal to the right of the sagittal suture, and there are two wormian bones in the sagittal suture. There are also two wormian bones to the left in the lambdoidal suture, and three wormian bones to the right. There is complex wormiation at each parietal notch, as well. The vault bone is extremely thin (transparent) at the middle miningeal arteries and some arachnoid foveae along the sagittal suture.