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96-11-113

96-11-113

This is a mandible only, with many teeth present. There is resorption of the LP4 alveolus and malocclusion of LP4 with caries. An upper P4 has been glued into the canine alveolus by someone in the past.

96-11-114

96-11-114

This is a mandible only. It contains the LM2 and RI roots and RC-M3, some of which are broken. There is also an abscess and resorption at the LM1 alveolus. The right mental foramen is expanded, indicating possible infection. Overall, the mandible has diminutive size.

96-11-115

96-11-115

This is a mandible only, which contains only broken LC and possibly RP4 roots. There is also incisor and LP resorption.

96-11-116

96-11-116

his is a mandible only. It contains only LM2-3 and some roots. There is alveolar resorption and a possible lesion on the medial aspect of the left ramus below the mylohyoid line.

96-11-117

96-11-117

This is an unassociated mandible with most alveoli resorbed. Only LI2-C are present.

96-11-118

96-11-118

This is an unassociated mandible with no teeth present. There are some empty alveoli, but most are resorbed. The right coronoid process is unusual.

96-11-119

96-11-119

This is an unassociated mandible, with atrophy of the coronoid processes and great incisor, premolar, and molar alveolar resorption. LI2 is broken, and the crowns of RI2-P3 are broken.

96-11-120

96-11-120

This is an unassociated mandible, which is quite malformed, viz. on right where the corpus, ramus, and alveoli are atrophied. LC-M1 and RI1-2 are present, and the LP4 is mesially rotated.

96-11-121

96-11-121

This is a mandible with asymmetrical rami. Only RM1, RM3, and LM2-3 are present. The LM1 and RM2 alveoli are resorbed.

96-11-122

96-11-122

This is a mandible with odd, squat rami and gonials. Only LM2 and RM2-3 are present, and the M1 alveoli are resorbed.

96-11-123

96-11-123

This is a mandible with rami disproportionately small compared to the corpus. The M3s are partially erupted, and the LC-P3 and RP3 are missing. Additionally the RIs are broken.

96-11-124

96-11-124

This is a mandible with LC-P4 and RC-M2 present. The LM1-3 and RM3 alveoli are resorbed

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125A-AN.TIF

96-11-125AB

Anterior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125AB-LL.TIF

96-11-125AB

Left Lateral

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125AB-RL.TIF

96-11-125AB

Right Lateral

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125B-AN.TIF

96-11-125AB

Anterior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125B-IN.TIF

96-11-125AB

Inferior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125B-LL.TIF

96-11-125AB

Left Lateral

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125B-PO.TIF

96-11-125AB

Posterior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125B-RL.TIF

96-11-125AB

Right Lateral

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125B-SU.TIF

96-11-125AB

Superior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125-FE1.TIF

96-11-125AB

Feature 1

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125-FE2.TIF

96-11-125AB

Feature 2

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125A-IN.TIF

96-11-125AB

Inferior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125A-LL.TIF

96-11-125AB

Left Lateral

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125A-PO.TIF

96-11-125AB

Posterior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125A-RL.TIF

96-11-125AB

Right Lateral

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125A-SU.TIF

96-11-125AB

Superior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-125ab/125AB-AN.TIF

96-11-125AB

Anterior

All teeth are missing except for the left and right M2 and possibly M3. All alveoli except for the RC are resorbed up to M2. There is a fracture and/or malformities in the nasal bones. The frontal sinus is expansive only over the left orbit, and the left endocranial orbital plate is elevated compared with the right. The calotte is loose. The crista galli is globular and displaced slightly to the left, and the petrosals are hypertrophied. There is osteophytic growth over the posterior dorsum sellae, and the anterior half of the sella turcica is hypertrophied, which results in an abbreviated pituitary fossa. There is extreme projection of the bottom corners of the sphenoid greater wings into the inferior orbital fissures. The suture down the centers of the mastoid processes is visible (bilateral). The medial sphenoid projects a bit, and comes into asymetrical contact with the ethmoid’s cribriform. There are prominent and thick sphenoid spines. Additionally, there is mild arthritis of TMJs, with deposition on the floor of the right, and both postglenoid processes are sharp). There is an extremely large and bipartite right hypoglossal canal, which is bridged horizontally ML. The sphenoid sinus may be relatively enlarged, and there is a cupped anterior nasal spine. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has some lower teeth present, but many empty alveoli. The RM1 alveolus is resorbed, and the molar occlusal surfaces face fairly medially. There is also malocclusion in the mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126A-AN.TIF

96-11-126AB

Anterior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126AB-LL.TIF

96-11-126AB

Left Lateral

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126AB-RL.TIF

96-11-126AB

Right Lateral

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126B-AN.TIF

96-11-126AB

Anterior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126B-IN.TIF

96-11-126AB

Inferior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126B-LL.TIF

96-11-126AB

Left Lateral

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126B-PO.TIF

96-11-126AB

Posterior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126B-RL.TIF

96-11-126AB

Right Lateral

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126B-SU.TIF

96-11-126AB

Superior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126-DN.TIF

96-11-126AB

Mandibular Dentition

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126-DX.TIF

96-11-126AB

Maxillary Dentition

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126A-IN.TIF

96-11-126AB

Inferior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126A-LL.TIF

96-11-126AB

Left Lateral

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126A-PO.TIF

96-11-126AB

Posterior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126A-RL.TIF

96-11-126AB

Right Lateral

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126A-SU.TIF

96-11-126AB

Superior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-126ab/126AB-AN.TIF

96-11-126AB

Anterior

All teeth are missing, with empty alveoli present. Most alveoli are still open, except for LI1, LP3-M1, and RP4-M1. There is a possible fracture, or weathering present, of the left infraorbital surface. The external occipital protuberance is quite protruding. There is a large wormian bone in the sagittal suture, and wormian bones at lambda and lambdoidal suture. Additionally, there are osteophytes on the medial orbital surfaces of the sphenoid greater wings (bilateral, but viz. right). The infraorbital grooves are broad, and the left occipital condyle is larger than the right. There is an ethmovomeral lesion “pulling” the plates to the left. The sutures are not fused, but the sagittal suture is obliterated just anterior to the wormian bone. There is an osteophytic plate-like growth of sphenoid spines toward the pterygoid plates. Osteophytes are present on the external region of the occipital jugular notch. There is a hole on the left tympanic plate, which may be the result of taphonomy or a pathology. Also, there is plate-like osteophytic forward growth on the posterior palatines. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has only the right and left M2, and possibly M3, present. There is resorption of the incisors and left premolars and molars, and RM1 (possibly RM2).

Full Record: x-96-11-127ab/127A-AN.TIF

96-11-127AB

Anterior

The calotte is loose, and the vault is fairly oblong. All teeth are present, but many of the crowns are broken. There are rugose muscle markings. The petrosal is hypertrophied, with the bone “bulging” over the internal auditory meati (viz. right). The frontal crest is tall and pronounced, and the left anterior clinoid process comes into contact with the osteophytes from the sphenoid body, and long osteophyte from the dorsum/posterior clinoid. The right anterior clinoid process meets bony growth from the sphenoid body. There are osteophytic lesions on the dorsum sellae and basiocciput. The sagittal suture is partially obliterated. There may be healed blunt force trauma on the right parietal. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all teeth present but LI1. The RI1-C crowns are broken. The teeth are hardly worn, aside from the LC. There are caries on the LM1 metaconoid, and some linear and pitting enamel hypoplasia (viz. canines). The RP4 is rotated mesially.

Full Record: x-96-11-127ab/127A-SU.TIF

96-11-127AB

Superior

The calotte is loose, and the vault is fairly oblong. All teeth are present, but many of the crowns are broken. There are rugose muscle markings. The petrosal is hypertrophied, with the bone “bulging” over the internal auditory meati (viz. right). The frontal crest is tall and pronounced, and the left anterior clinoid process comes into contact with the osteophytes from the sphenoid body, and long osteophyte from the dorsum/posterior clinoid. The right anterior clinoid process meets bony growth from the sphenoid body. There are osteophytic lesions on the dorsum sellae and basiocciput. The sagittal suture is partially obliterated. There may be healed blunt force trauma on the right parietal. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all teeth present but LI1. The RI1-C crowns are broken. The teeth are hardly worn, aside from the LC. There are caries on the LM1 metaconoid, and some linear and pitting enamel hypoplasia (viz. canines). The RP4 is rotated mesially.

Full Record: x-96-11-127ab/127AB-AN.TIF

96-11-127AB

Anterior

The calotte is loose, and the vault is fairly oblong. All teeth are present, but many of the crowns are broken. There are rugose muscle markings. The petrosal is hypertrophied, with the bone “bulging” over the internal auditory meati (viz. right). The frontal crest is tall and pronounced, and the left anterior clinoid process comes into contact with the osteophytes from the sphenoid body, and long osteophyte from the dorsum/posterior clinoid. The right anterior clinoid process meets bony growth from the sphenoid body. There are osteophytic lesions on the dorsum sellae and basiocciput. The sagittal suture is partially obliterated. There may be healed blunt force trauma on the right parietal. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all teeth present but LI1. The RI1-C crowns are broken. The teeth are hardly worn, aside from the LC. There are caries on the LM1 metaconoid, and some linear and pitting enamel hypoplasia (viz. canines). The RP4 is rotated mesially.

Full Record: x-96-11-127ab/127AB-LL.TIF

96-11-127AB

Left Lateral

The calotte is loose, and the vault is fairly oblong. All teeth are present, but many of the crowns are broken. There are rugose muscle markings. The petrosal is hypertrophied, with the bone “bulging” over the internal auditory meati (viz. right). The frontal crest is tall and pronounced, and the left anterior clinoid process comes into contact with the osteophytes from the sphenoid body, and long osteophyte from the dorsum/posterior clinoid. The right anterior clinoid process meets bony growth from the sphenoid body. There are osteophytic lesions on the dorsum sellae and basiocciput. The sagittal suture is partially obliterated. There may be healed blunt force trauma on the right parietal. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all teeth present but LI1. The RI1-C crowns are broken. The teeth are hardly worn, aside from the LC. There are caries on the LM1 metaconoid, and some linear and pitting enamel hypoplasia (viz. canines). The RP4 is rotated mesially.