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96-11-007

Feature 11

Cranium retains most teeth. There is bony growth endocranially (sometimes obliterating vessels), a wormian bone at right and left asterion. There is extreme dental crowding, and the right jugular foramen is enlarged (viz. occipital). The left lacrimal duct (viz. ethmoid) is also enlarged. A bulbous osteophyte is at intersection of intermaxillary/palatine sutures. The cranial vault is thick and dense (little/no diploe), the coronal and sagittal sutures are starting to obliterate, and the dorsum sellae is either missing either due to resorption or post-mortem breakage. There is calculus about the molars, and the M1s display a pronounced Carabelli’s cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE1.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 1

Cranium retains most teeth. There is bony growth endocranially (sometimes obliterating vessels), a wormian bone at right and left asterion. There is extreme dental crowding, and the right jugular foramen is enlarged (viz. occipital). The left lacrimal duct (viz. ethmoid) is also enlarged. A bulbous osteophyte is at intersection of intermaxillary/palatine sutures. The cranial vault is thick and dense (little/no diploe), the coronal and sagittal sutures are starting to obliterate, and the dorsum sellae is either missing either due to resorption or post-mortem breakage. There is calculus about the molars, and the M1s display a pronounced Carabelli’s cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE2.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 2

Cranium retains most teeth. There is bony growth endocranially (sometimes obliterating vessels), a wormian bone at right and left asterion. There is extreme dental crowding, and the right jugular foramen is enlarged (viz. occipital). The left lacrimal duct (viz. ethmoid) is also enlarged. A bulbous osteophyte is at intersection of intermaxillary/palatine sutures. The cranial vault is thick and dense (little/no diploe), the coronal and sagittal sutures are starting to obliterate, and the dorsum sellae is either missing either due to resorption or post-mortem breakage. There is calculus about the molars, and the M1s display a pronounced Carabelli’s cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE3.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 3

Cranium retains most teeth. There is bony growth endocranially (sometimes obliterating vessels), a wormian bone at right and left asterion. There is extreme dental crowding, and the right jugular foramen is enlarged (viz. occipital). The left lacrimal duct (viz. ethmoid) is also enlarged. A bulbous osteophyte is at intersection of intermaxillary/palatine sutures. The cranial vault is thick and dense (little/no diploe), the coronal and sagittal sutures are starting to obliterate, and the dorsum sellae is either missing either due to resorption or post-mortem breakage. There is calculus about the molars, and the M1s display a pronounced Carabelli’s cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE4.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 4

Cranium retains most teeth. There is bony growth endocranially (sometimes obliterating vessels), a wormian bone at right and left asterion. There is extreme dental crowding, and the right jugular foramen is enlarged (viz. occipital). The left lacrimal duct (viz. ethmoid) is also enlarged. A bulbous osteophyte is at intersection of intermaxillary/palatine sutures. The cranial vault is thick and dense (little/no diploe), the coronal and sagittal sutures are starting to obliterate, and the dorsum sellae is either missing either due to resorption or post-mortem breakage. There is calculus about the molars, and the M1s display a pronounced Carabelli’s cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE5.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 5

Cranium retains most teeth. There is bony growth endocranially (sometimes obliterating vessels), a wormian bone at right and left asterion. There is extreme dental crowding, and the right jugular foramen is enlarged (viz. occipital). The left lacrimal duct (viz. ethmoid) is also enlarged. A bulbous osteophyte is at intersection of intermaxillary/palatine sutures. The cranial vault is thick and dense (little/no diploe), the coronal and sagittal sutures are starting to obliterate, and the dorsum sellae is either missing either due to resorption or post-mortem breakage. There is calculus about the molars, and the M1s display a pronounced Carabelli’s cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE6.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 6

Cranium retains most teeth. There is bony growth endocranially (sometimes obliterating vessels), a wormian bone at right and left asterion. There is extreme dental crowding, and the right jugular foramen is enlarged (viz. occipital). The left lacrimal duct (viz. ethmoid) is also enlarged. A bulbous osteophyte is at intersection of intermaxillary/palatine sutures. The cranial vault is thick and dense (little/no diploe), the coronal and sagittal sutures are starting to obliterate, and the dorsum sellae is either missing either due to resorption or post-mortem breakage. There is calculus about the molars, and the M1s display a pronounced Carabelli’s cusp.

Full Record: x-96-11-008/008-AN.TIF

96-11-008

Anterior

Cranium is complete, though there is some molar and RI1 resorption. The maxillary frontal processes are quite everted, and the left courses rather medially compared to the left. Infraorbital foramina are fairly large. There is an overall odd calvarial shape: the parietal bosses are strong, and the occiput is fairly protuberant, resulting in a superior view that is fairly angled and hexagonal. On each side of the lambdoidal suture there is an ossicle, the right one being about twice the size of the left. There is a short ‘line’ of osteophytes superior to the left infraorbital foramen and superolateral to the right infraorbital foramen.

Full Record: x-96-11-008/008-DX.TIF

96-11-008

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium is complete, though there is some molar and RI1 resorption. The maxillary frontal processes are quite everted, and the left courses rather medially compared to the left. Infraorbital foramina are fairly large. There is an overall odd calvarial shape: the parietal bosses are strong, and the occiput is fairly protuberant, resulting in a superior view that is fairly angled and hexagonal. On each side of the lambdoidal suture there is an ossicle, the right one being about twice the size of the left. There is a short ‘line’ of osteophytes superior to the left infraorbital foramen and superolateral to the right infraorbital foramen.

Full Record: x-96-11-008/008-IN.TIF

96-11-008

Inferior

Cranium is complete, though there is some molar and RI1 resorption. The maxillary frontal processes are quite everted, and the left courses rather medially compared to the left. Infraorbital foramina are fairly large. There is an overall odd calvarial shape: the parietal bosses are strong, and the occiput is fairly protuberant, resulting in a superior view that is fairly angled and hexagonal. On each side of the lambdoidal suture there is an ossicle, the right one being about twice the size of the left. There is a short ‘line’ of osteophytes superior to the left infraorbital foramen and superolateral to the right infraorbital foramen.

Full Record: x-96-11-008/008-LL.TIF

96-11-008

Left Lateral

Cranium is complete, though there is some molar and RI1 resorption. The maxillary frontal processes are quite everted, and the left courses rather medially compared to the left. Infraorbital foramina are fairly large. There is an overall odd calvarial shape: the parietal bosses are strong, and the occiput is fairly protuberant, resulting in a superior view that is fairly angled and hexagonal. On each side of the lambdoidal suture there is an ossicle, the right one being about twice the size of the left. There is a short ‘line’ of osteophytes superior to the left infraorbital foramen and superolateral to the right infraorbital foramen.

Full Record: x-96-11-008/008-PO.TIF

96-11-008

Posterior

Cranium is complete, though there is some molar and RI1 resorption. The maxillary frontal processes are quite everted, and the left courses rather medially compared to the left. Infraorbital foramina are fairly large. There is an overall odd calvarial shape: the parietal bosses are strong, and the occiput is fairly protuberant, resulting in a superior view that is fairly angled and hexagonal. On each side of the lambdoidal suture there is an ossicle, the right one being about twice the size of the left. There is a short ‘line’ of osteophytes superior to the left infraorbital foramen and superolateral to the right infraorbital foramen.

Full Record: x-96-11-008/008-RL.TIF

96-11-008

Right Lateral

Cranium is complete, though there is some molar and RI1 resorption. The maxillary frontal processes are quite everted, and the left courses rather medially compared to the left. Infraorbital foramina are fairly large. There is an overall odd calvarial shape: the parietal bosses are strong, and the occiput is fairly protuberant, resulting in a superior view that is fairly angled and hexagonal. On each side of the lambdoidal suture there is an ossicle, the right one being about twice the size of the left. There is a short ‘line’ of osteophytes superior to the left infraorbital foramen and superolateral to the right infraorbital foramen.

Full Record: x-96-11-008/008-SU.TIF

96-11-008

Superior

Cranium is complete, though there is some molar and RI1 resorption. The maxillary frontal processes are quite everted, and the left courses rather medially compared to the left. Infraorbital foramina are fairly large. There is an overall odd calvarial shape: the parietal bosses are strong, and the occiput is fairly protuberant, resulting in a superior view that is fairly angled and hexagonal. On each side of the lambdoidal suture there is an ossicle, the right one being about twice the size of the left. There is a short ‘line’ of osteophytes superior to the left infraorbital foramen and superolateral to the right infraorbital foramen.

Full Record: x-96-11-009/009-AN.TIF

96-11-009

Anterior

Cranium, with all alveoli resorbed. The palate is thin and dehiscent, facial height is greatly reduced due to alveolar resorption, bone on TMJs and superior orbits is extremely thin, the basiocciput fairly wide and short, with a large lesion between the pharyngeal tubercle and spheno-occipital synchondrosis. The right inferior petrosal is missing (broken or atrophied) exposing carotid canal, the perpendicular plate of vomer is displaced anterolaterally (toward left as it runs anteriorly). The hypoglossal canals course externally along anterolateral margin of the occipital condyles, and the left is almost bridged by an osteophyte. The occiput is extremely protuberant, and there is a large Inca (interparietal) bone between the lambdoidal suture and superior nuchal lines. Some sort of foreshortening is apparent, as the occiput protrudes, the zygomatics flare quite posterolaterally, the superior profile is fairly circular, and greatest breadth of vault is low (around squamosal suture). There is a small extrasutural bone where the left coronal suture crosses the superior temporal line, and another wormian along the anterosuperior right squamosal suture (possibly a ‘continuation’ of the posterior sphenoid suture).

Full Record: x-96-11-009/009-DX.TIF

96-11-009

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium, with all alveoli resorbed. The palate is thin and dehiscent, facial height is greatly reduced due to alveolar resorption, bone on TMJs and superior orbits is extremely thin, the basiocciput fairly wide and short, with a large lesion between the pharyngeal tubercle and spheno-occipital synchondrosis. The right inferior petrosal is missing (broken or atrophied) exposing carotid canal, the perpendicular plate of vomer is displaced anterolaterally (toward left as it runs anteriorly). The hypoglossal canals course externally along anterolateral margin of the occipital condyles, and the left is almost bridged by an osteophyte. The occiput is extremely protuberant, and there is a large Inca (interparietal) bone between the lambdoidal suture and superior nuchal lines. Some sort of foreshortening is apparent, as the occiput protrudes, the zygomatics flare quite posterolaterally, the superior profile is fairly circular, and greatest breadth of vault is low (around squamosal suture). There is a small extrasutural bone where the left coronal suture crosses the superior temporal line, and another wormian along the anterosuperior right squamosal suture (possibly a ‘continuation’ of the posterior sphenoid suture).

Full Record: x-96-11-009/009-IN.TIF

96-11-009

Inferior

Cranium, with all alveoli resorbed. The palate is thin and dehiscent, facial height is greatly reduced due to alveolar resorption, bone on TMJs and superior orbits is extremely thin, the basiocciput fairly wide and short, with a large lesion between the pharyngeal tubercle and spheno-occipital synchondrosis. The right inferior petrosal is missing (broken or atrophied) exposing carotid canal, the perpendicular plate of vomer is displaced anterolaterally (toward left as it runs anteriorly). The hypoglossal canals course externally along anterolateral margin of the occipital condyles, and the left is almost bridged by an osteophyte. The occiput is extremely protuberant, and there is a large Inca (interparietal) bone between the lambdoidal suture and superior nuchal lines. Some sort of foreshortening is apparent, as the occiput protrudes, the zygomatics flare quite posterolaterally, the superior profile is fairly circular, and greatest breadth of vault is low (around squamosal suture). There is a small extrasutural bone where the left coronal suture crosses the superior temporal line, and another wormian along the anterosuperior right squamosal suture (possibly a ‘continuation’ of the posterior sphenoid suture).

Full Record: x-96-11-009/009-LL.TIF

96-11-009

Left Lateral

Cranium, with all alveoli resorbed. The palate is thin and dehiscent, facial height is greatly reduced due to alveolar resorption, bone on TMJs and superior orbits is extremely thin, the basiocciput fairly wide and short, with a large lesion between the pharyngeal tubercle and spheno-occipital synchondrosis. The right inferior petrosal is missing (broken or atrophied) exposing carotid canal, the perpendicular plate of vomer is displaced anterolaterally (toward left as it runs anteriorly). The hypoglossal canals course externally along anterolateral margin of the occipital condyles, and the left is almost bridged by an osteophyte. The occiput is extremely protuberant, and there is a large Inca (interparietal) bone between the lambdoidal suture and superior nuchal lines. Some sort of foreshortening is apparent, as the occiput protrudes, the zygomatics flare quite posterolaterally, the superior profile is fairly circular, and greatest breadth of vault is low (around squamosal suture). There is a small extrasutural bone where the left coronal suture crosses the superior temporal line, and another wormian along the anterosuperior right squamosal suture (possibly a ‘continuation’ of the posterior sphenoid suture).

Full Record: x-96-11-009/009-PO.TIF

96-11-009

Posterior

Cranium, with all alveoli resorbed. The palate is thin and dehiscent, facial height is greatly reduced due to alveolar resorption, bone on TMJs and superior orbits is extremely thin, the basiocciput fairly wide and short, with a large lesion between the pharyngeal tubercle and spheno-occipital synchondrosis. The right inferior petrosal is missing (broken or atrophied) exposing carotid canal, the perpendicular plate of vomer is displaced anterolaterally (toward left as it runs anteriorly). The hypoglossal canals course externally along anterolateral margin of the occipital condyles, and the left is almost bridged by an osteophyte. The occiput is extremely protuberant, and there is a large Inca (interparietal) bone between the lambdoidal suture and superior nuchal lines. Some sort of foreshortening is apparent, as the occiput protrudes, the zygomatics flare quite posterolaterally, the superior profile is fairly circular, and greatest breadth of vault is low (around squamosal suture). There is a small extrasutural bone where the left coronal suture crosses the superior temporal line, and another wormian along the anterosuperior right squamosal suture (possibly a ‘continuation’ of the posterior sphenoid suture).

Full Record: x-96-11-009/009-RL.TIF

96-11-009

Right Lateral

Cranium, with all alveoli resorbed. The palate is thin and dehiscent, facial height is greatly reduced due to alveolar resorption, bone on TMJs and superior orbits is extremely thin, the basiocciput fairly wide and short, with a large lesion between the pharyngeal tubercle and spheno-occipital synchondrosis. The right inferior petrosal is missing (broken or atrophied) exposing carotid canal, the perpendicular plate of vomer is displaced anterolaterally (toward left as it runs anteriorly). The hypoglossal canals course externally along anterolateral margin of the occipital condyles, and the left is almost bridged by an osteophyte. The occiput is extremely protuberant, and there is a large Inca (interparietal) bone between the lambdoidal suture and superior nuchal lines. Some sort of foreshortening is apparent, as the occiput protrudes, the zygomatics flare quite posterolaterally, the superior profile is fairly circular, and greatest breadth of vault is low (around squamosal suture). There is a small extrasutural bone where the left coronal suture crosses the superior temporal line, and another wormian along the anterosuperior right squamosal suture (possibly a ‘continuation’ of the posterior sphenoid suture).

Full Record: x-96-11-009/009-SU.TIF

96-11-009

Superior

Cranium, with all alveoli resorbed. The palate is thin and dehiscent, facial height is greatly reduced due to alveolar resorption, bone on TMJs and superior orbits is extremely thin, the basiocciput fairly wide and short, with a large lesion between the pharyngeal tubercle and spheno-occipital synchondrosis. The right inferior petrosal is missing (broken or atrophied) exposing carotid canal, the perpendicular plate of vomer is displaced anterolaterally (toward left as it runs anteriorly). The hypoglossal canals course externally along anterolateral margin of the occipital condyles, and the left is almost bridged by an osteophyte. The occiput is extremely protuberant, and there is a large Inca (interparietal) bone between the lambdoidal suture and superior nuchal lines. Some sort of foreshortening is apparent, as the occiput protrudes, the zygomatics flare quite posterolaterally, the superior profile is fairly circular, and greatest breadth of vault is low (around squamosal suture). There is a small extrasutural bone where the left coronal suture crosses the superior temporal line, and another wormian along the anterosuperior right squamosal suture (possibly a ‘continuation’ of the posterior sphenoid suture).

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-AN.TIF

96-11-010

Anterior

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-IN.TIF

96-11-010

Inferior

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-LL.TIF

96-11-010

Left Lateral

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-PO.TIF

96-11-010

Posterior

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-RL.TIF

96-11-010

Right Lateral

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-SU.TIF

96-11-010

Superior

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-DX.TIF

96-11-010

Maxillary Dentition

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-FE1.TIF

96-11-010

Feature 1

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-FE2.TIF

96-11-010

Feature 2

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-FE3.TIF

96-11-010

Feature 3

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-FE4.TIF

96-11-010

Feature 4

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-FE5.TIF

96-11-010

Feature 5

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-FE6.TIF

96-11-010

Feature 6

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-010/010-FE7.TIF

96-11-010

Feature 7

The cranium is badly weathered, viz. on the right, and preserves only the LM3. Alveoli are resorbed, there is a lesion on the right frontal bone, and a wormian bone in the sagittal suture just anterior to lambda. The left nasal bone arcs to the right distally, internasal suture deviates to right proximally.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011A-AN.TIF

96-11-011AB

Anterior

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011-FE7.TIF

96-11-011AB

Feature 7

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011A-IN.TIF

96-11-011AB

Inferior

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011A-LL.TIF

96-11-011AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011A-PO.TIF

96-11-011AB

Posterior

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011A-RL.TIF

96-11-011AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011A-SU.TIF

96-11-011AB

Superior

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011AB-AN.TIF

96-11-011AB

Anterior

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011AB-LL.TIF

96-11-011AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011AB-RL.TIF

96-11-011AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011B-AN.TIF

96-11-011AB

Anterior

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011-DN.TIF

96-11-011AB

Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011B-IN.TIF

96-11-011AB

Inferior

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011B-LL.TIF

96-11-011AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-011ab/011B-PO.TIF

96-11-011AB

Posterior

Cranium (a), which is broken and weathered about temporals, missing incisors and LC. There is a tripartite Inca bone, the temporalis insertion on frontal's zygomatic processes is fairly deeply excavated, sutures from infraorbital foramina to orbits are still present. Pterygoid hamuli are oblong and point inferiorly. Mandible (b) with several lower teeth present. Alveoli of both M1s, LP3 and RP4 are resorbed, theRP3 has caries, mental foramina are bifid, and the right mental foramen especially enlarged.