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

96-11-127AB

Right 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.

Full Record: x-96-11-127ab/127B-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/127B-IN.TIF

96-11-127AB

Inferior

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/127B-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.

Full Record: x-96-11-127ab/127B-PO.TIF

96-11-127AB

Posterior

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/127B-RL.TIF

96-11-127AB

Right 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.

Full Record: x-96-11-127ab/127B-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/127-DN.TIF

96-11-127AB

Mandibular Dentition

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/127-DX.TIF

96-11-127AB

Maxillary Dentition

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/127-FE1.TIF

96-11-127AB

Feature 1

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/127-FE2.TIF

96-11-127AB

Feature 2

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-IN.TIF

96-11-127AB

Inferior

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-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.

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

96-11-127AB

Posterior

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-RL.TIF

96-11-127AB

Right 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.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128A-AN.TIF

96-11-128AB

Anterior

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128B-AN.TIF

96-11-128AB

Anterior

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128B-IN.TIF

96-11-128AB

Inferior

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128B-LL.TIF

96-11-128AB

Left Lateral

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128B-PO.TIF

96-11-128AB

Posterior

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128B-RL.TIF

96-11-128AB

Right Lateral

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128B-SU.TIF

96-11-128AB

Superior

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128-FE1.TIF

96-11-128AB

Feature 1

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128A-IN.TIF

96-11-128AB

Inferior

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128A-LL.TIF

96-11-128AB

Left Lateral

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128A-RL.TIF

96-11-128AB

Right Lateral

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128A-SU.TIF

96-11-128AB

Superior

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128AB-AN.TIF

96-11-128AB

Anterior

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128AB-LL.TIF

96-11-128AB

Left Lateral

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

Full Record: x-96-11-128ab/128AB-RL.TIF

96-11-128AB

Right Lateral

The calotte is loose and taped/wired onto the rest of the cranium. Generally, the cranium is farily badly eroded, and there is a hole drilled into the basioocciput. This cranium is microcephalic, with an extremely small vault. All alveoli are largely resorbed, up to the incisive canal. The coronal, sagittal, and lambdoidal sutures are obliterated and eroded. There is arthritis or weathering (?) of the left articular eminence, and there appears to be TMJ on the right. There are pterygo-spinous foramina (bilateral). The AP petrosals are hypertrophied (bilateral), and there is an expansive frontal sinus on midline and right only. The f. lacerum is diminutive, bordering on absent, and may be merged with a single, circular carotid. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium. It is missing all teeth and the alveoli are resorbed. Overall, it is fairly weathered and small in size, possibly microcephalic.

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96-11-129AB

Anterior

This cranium is microcephalic, or of diminutive size. All alveoli are resorbed. There are sharp undulations in front and middle cranial fossae, and bony growth of petrosals over/into the sigmoid sinus. There is a diminutive and circular f. lacerum (cf. #128A). The right mastoid foramen is very large, and there is intrusion of the anteroinferior corners of the sphenoid greater wings into inferior orbital fissures (bilateral). The right anterior clinoid process is atrophied and osteophytic. Additionally, there are additional osteophytic plates on the anterior sphenoid body and right optic foramen. The anterosuperior petrosals end in process-like projections; on the left side, it is free, but on the right, fused with the sphenoid body. The frontal crest is pronounced and surrounded by osteophytic remodeling, which is “pointing” toward the sagittal sinus. There is osteophytic growth about the posterior sagittal sinus (viz. left), and the sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all alveoli resorbed, such that the mental foramina are almost resorbed as well. There is a weak “accessory process” on the posterior of the right coronoid process (cf. #109B).

Full Record: x-96-11-129ab/129-IN.TIF

96-11-129AB

Inferior

This cranium is microcephalic, or of diminutive size. All alveoli are resorbed. There are sharp undulations in front and middle cranial fossae, and bony growth of petrosals over/into the sigmoid sinus. There is a diminutive and circular f. lacerum (cf. #128A). The right mastoid foramen is very large, and there is intrusion of the anteroinferior corners of the sphenoid greater wings into inferior orbital fissures (bilateral). The right anterior clinoid process is atrophied and osteophytic. Additionally, there are additional osteophytic plates on the anterior sphenoid body and right optic foramen. The anterosuperior petrosals end in process-like projections; on the left side, it is free, but on the right, fused with the sphenoid body. The frontal crest is pronounced and surrounded by osteophytic remodeling, which is “pointing” toward the sagittal sinus. There is osteophytic growth about the posterior sagittal sinus (viz. left), and the sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all alveoli resorbed, such that the mental foramina are almost resorbed as well. There is a weak “accessory process” on the posterior of the right coronoid process (cf. #109B).

Full Record: x-96-11-129ab/129-LL.TIF

96-11-129AB

Left Lateral

This cranium is microcephalic, or of diminutive size. All alveoli are resorbed. There are sharp undulations in front and middle cranial fossae, and bony growth of petrosals over/into the sigmoid sinus. There is a diminutive and circular f. lacerum (cf. #128A). The right mastoid foramen is very large, and there is intrusion of the anteroinferior corners of the sphenoid greater wings into inferior orbital fissures (bilateral). The right anterior clinoid process is atrophied and osteophytic. Additionally, there are additional osteophytic plates on the anterior sphenoid body and right optic foramen. The anterosuperior petrosals end in process-like projections; on the left side, it is free, but on the right, fused with the sphenoid body. The frontal crest is pronounced and surrounded by osteophytic remodeling, which is “pointing” toward the sagittal sinus. There is osteophytic growth about the posterior sagittal sinus (viz. left), and the sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all alveoli resorbed, such that the mental foramina are almost resorbed as well. There is a weak “accessory process” on the posterior of the right coronoid process (cf. #109B).

Full Record: x-96-11-129ab/129-PO.TIF

96-11-129AB

Posterior

This cranium is microcephalic, or of diminutive size. All alveoli are resorbed. There are sharp undulations in front and middle cranial fossae, and bony growth of petrosals over/into the sigmoid sinus. There is a diminutive and circular f. lacerum (cf. #128A). The right mastoid foramen is very large, and there is intrusion of the anteroinferior corners of the sphenoid greater wings into inferior orbital fissures (bilateral). The right anterior clinoid process is atrophied and osteophytic. Additionally, there are additional osteophytic plates on the anterior sphenoid body and right optic foramen. The anterosuperior petrosals end in process-like projections; on the left side, it is free, but on the right, fused with the sphenoid body. The frontal crest is pronounced and surrounded by osteophytic remodeling, which is “pointing” toward the sagittal sinus. There is osteophytic growth about the posterior sagittal sinus (viz. left), and the sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all alveoli resorbed, such that the mental foramina are almost resorbed as well. There is a weak “accessory process” on the posterior of the right coronoid process (cf. #109B).

Full Record: x-96-11-129ab/129-RL.TIF

96-11-129AB

Right Lateral

This cranium is microcephalic, or of diminutive size. All alveoli are resorbed. There are sharp undulations in front and middle cranial fossae, and bony growth of petrosals over/into the sigmoid sinus. There is a diminutive and circular f. lacerum (cf. #128A). The right mastoid foramen is very large, and there is intrusion of the anteroinferior corners of the sphenoid greater wings into inferior orbital fissures (bilateral). The right anterior clinoid process is atrophied and osteophytic. Additionally, there are additional osteophytic plates on the anterior sphenoid body and right optic foramen. The anterosuperior petrosals end in process-like projections; on the left side, it is free, but on the right, fused with the sphenoid body. The frontal crest is pronounced and surrounded by osteophytic remodeling, which is “pointing” toward the sagittal sinus. There is osteophytic growth about the posterior sagittal sinus (viz. left), and the sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all alveoli resorbed, such that the mental foramina are almost resorbed as well. There is a weak “accessory process” on the posterior of the right coronoid process (cf. #109B).

Full Record: x-96-11-129ab/129-SU.TIF

96-11-129AB

Superior

This cranium is microcephalic, or of diminutive size. All alveoli are resorbed. There are sharp undulations in front and middle cranial fossae, and bony growth of petrosals over/into the sigmoid sinus. There is a diminutive and circular f. lacerum (cf. #128A). The right mastoid foramen is very large, and there is intrusion of the anteroinferior corners of the sphenoid greater wings into inferior orbital fissures (bilateral). The right anterior clinoid process is atrophied and osteophytic. Additionally, there are additional osteophytic plates on the anterior sphenoid body and right optic foramen. The anterosuperior petrosals end in process-like projections; on the left side, it is free, but on the right, fused with the sphenoid body. The frontal crest is pronounced and surrounded by osteophytic remodeling, which is “pointing” toward the sagittal sinus. There is osteophytic growth about the posterior sagittal sinus (viz. left), and the sagittal suture is completely obliterated. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) has all alveoli resorbed, such that the mental foramina are almost resorbed as well. There is a weak “accessory process” on the posterior of the right coronoid process (cf. #109B).

Full Record: x-96-11-130ab/130-AN.TIF

96-11-130AB

Anterior

There is a large hole in the right temporal bone, and a strange indentation or hole along the right occipital bone. There are no teeth present on the cranium, and the incisor, premolar, and molar alveoli are resorbed. The right orbital floor is clearly depressed and remodeled, and the superior orbital surfaces are either broken or also resorbed/remodeled. There is a healed fracture and/or resorption of anterior margins of the nasal bones. The sagittal and some of the lambdoidal sutures have been obliterated. Additionally, this cranium has a huge right mastoid foramen, and very sharp sphenoid spines with accessory spines anterior to the fa. spinosa (bilateral). There is a knob-like osteophyte at the external lip of the left jugular notch (occipital), and an expanded, possibly broken, right external carotid foramen. There are very deep arachnoid foveae, which may actually be lesions, along the sagittal sinus. There are also bony, bumpy growths on the parietals, viz. boss area. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) retains only RI2 and RC whose crown is broken, and most alveoli are resorbed. The exception would be the LC and whichever tooth that is present (it is unclear which tooth this is). We are unsure if the glenoid fossae of this mandible are too large, which may actually indicate this mandible does not correspond to cranium #130A.

Full Record: x-96-11-130ab/130-IN.TIF

96-11-130AB

Inferior

There is a large hole in the right temporal bone, and a strange indentation or hole along the right occipital bone. There are no teeth present on the cranium, and the incisor, premolar, and molar alveoli are resorbed. The right orbital floor is clearly depressed and remodeled, and the superior orbital surfaces are either broken or also resorbed/remodeled. There is a healed fracture and/or resorption of anterior margins of the nasal bones. The sagittal and some of the lambdoidal sutures have been obliterated. Additionally, this cranium has a huge right mastoid foramen, and very sharp sphenoid spines with accessory spines anterior to the fa. spinosa (bilateral). There is a knob-like osteophyte at the external lip of the left jugular notch (occipital), and an expanded, possibly broken, right external carotid foramen. There are very deep arachnoid foveae, which may actually be lesions, along the sagittal sinus. There are also bony, bumpy growths on the parietals, viz. boss area. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) retains only RI2 and RC whose crown is broken, and most alveoli are resorbed. The exception would be the LC and whichever tooth that is present (it is unclear which tooth this is). We are unsure if the glenoid fossae of this mandible are too large, which may actually indicate this mandible does not correspond to cranium #130A.

Full Record: x-96-11-130ab/130-LL.TIF

96-11-130AB

Left Lateral

There is a large hole in the right temporal bone, and a strange indentation or hole along the right occipital bone. There are no teeth present on the cranium, and the incisor, premolar, and molar alveoli are resorbed. The right orbital floor is clearly depressed and remodeled, and the superior orbital surfaces are either broken or also resorbed/remodeled. There is a healed fracture and/or resorption of anterior margins of the nasal bones. The sagittal and some of the lambdoidal sutures have been obliterated. Additionally, this cranium has a huge right mastoid foramen, and very sharp sphenoid spines with accessory spines anterior to the fa. spinosa (bilateral). There is a knob-like osteophyte at the external lip of the left jugular notch (occipital), and an expanded, possibly broken, right external carotid foramen. There are very deep arachnoid foveae, which may actually be lesions, along the sagittal sinus. There are also bony, bumpy growths on the parietals, viz. boss area. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) retains only RI2 and RC whose crown is broken, and most alveoli are resorbed. The exception would be the LC and whichever tooth that is present (it is unclear which tooth this is). We are unsure if the glenoid fossae of this mandible are too large, which may actually indicate this mandible does not correspond to cranium #130A.

Full Record: x-96-11-130ab/130-PO.TIF

96-11-130AB

Posterior

There is a large hole in the right temporal bone, and a strange indentation or hole along the right occipital bone. There are no teeth present on the cranium, and the incisor, premolar, and molar alveoli are resorbed. The right orbital floor is clearly depressed and remodeled, and the superior orbital surfaces are either broken or also resorbed/remodeled. There is a healed fracture and/or resorption of anterior margins of the nasal bones. The sagittal and some of the lambdoidal sutures have been obliterated. Additionally, this cranium has a huge right mastoid foramen, and very sharp sphenoid spines with accessory spines anterior to the fa. spinosa (bilateral). There is a knob-like osteophyte at the external lip of the left jugular notch (occipital), and an expanded, possibly broken, right external carotid foramen. There are very deep arachnoid foveae, which may actually be lesions, along the sagittal sinus. There are also bony, bumpy growths on the parietals, viz. boss area. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) retains only RI2 and RC whose crown is broken, and most alveoli are resorbed. The exception would be the LC and whichever tooth that is present (it is unclear which tooth this is). We are unsure if the glenoid fossae of this mandible are too large, which may actually indicate this mandible does not correspond to cranium #130A.

Full Record: x-96-11-130ab/130-RL.TIF

96-11-130AB

Right Lateral

There is a large hole in the right temporal bone, and a strange indentation or hole along the right occipital bone. There are no teeth present on the cranium, and the incisor, premolar, and molar alveoli are resorbed. The right orbital floor is clearly depressed and remodeled, and the superior orbital surfaces are either broken or also resorbed/remodeled. There is a healed fracture and/or resorption of anterior margins of the nasal bones. The sagittal and some of the lambdoidal sutures have been obliterated. Additionally, this cranium has a huge right mastoid foramen, and very sharp sphenoid spines with accessory spines anterior to the fa. spinosa (bilateral). There is a knob-like osteophyte at the external lip of the left jugular notch (occipital), and an expanded, possibly broken, right external carotid foramen. There are very deep arachnoid foveae, which may actually be lesions, along the sagittal sinus. There are also bony, bumpy growths on the parietals, viz. boss area. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) retains only RI2 and RC whose crown is broken, and most alveoli are resorbed. The exception would be the LC and whichever tooth that is present (it is unclear which tooth this is). We are unsure if the glenoid fossae of this mandible are too large, which may actually indicate this mandible does not correspond to cranium #130A.

Full Record: x-96-11-130ab/130-SU.TIF

96-11-130AB

Superior

There is a large hole in the right temporal bone, and a strange indentation or hole along the right occipital bone. There are no teeth present on the cranium, and the incisor, premolar, and molar alveoli are resorbed. The right orbital floor is clearly depressed and remodeled, and the superior orbital surfaces are either broken or also resorbed/remodeled. There is a healed fracture and/or resorption of anterior margins of the nasal bones. The sagittal and some of the lambdoidal sutures have been obliterated. Additionally, this cranium has a huge right mastoid foramen, and very sharp sphenoid spines with accessory spines anterior to the fa. spinosa (bilateral). There is a knob-like osteophyte at the external lip of the left jugular notch (occipital), and an expanded, possibly broken, right external carotid foramen. There are very deep arachnoid foveae, which may actually be lesions, along the sagittal sinus. There are also bony, bumpy growths on the parietals, viz. boss area. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) retains only RI2 and RC whose crown is broken, and most alveoli are resorbed. The exception would be the LC and whichever tooth that is present (it is unclear which tooth this is). We are unsure if the glenoid fossae of this mandible are too large, which may actually indicate this mandible does not correspond to cranium #130A.

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96-11-131

Anterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, held on by tape and a rod through the skull. It is microcephalic (diminutive). The cranium is missing the RI2 and RC; the left lower facial area, basicranium, and zygomatic arch; as well as parts of the frontal bone along a sawn off edge. There are lots of scrape marks inside the vault, and dried soft tissues adherent to the basioccipital region. The I1 alveoli are resorbed. Additionally, the nasal suture deviates to the right at the frontal bone, and there is a huge frontal sinus over the entire bony orbits, and possibly into the sphenoid’s lesser wings and high into squama. There is a complete lack of a frontal crest, and the sagittal sinus is continuous to the foramen cecum. There is osteophytic growth on the posterior dorsum sellae and left petrosal. The petrosals are PA wide and possibly ML shortened. The condylar foramen opens widely into the sigmoid sinus, and the left pterygoid nearly reaches the sphenoid spine.

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96-11-131

Feature 1

This cranium has a loose calotte, held on by tape and a rod through the skull. It is microcephalic (diminutive). The cranium is missing the RI2 and RC; the left lower facial area, basicranium, and zygomatic arch; as well as parts of the frontal bone along a sawn off edge. There are lots of scrape marks inside the vault, and dried soft tissues adherent to the basioccipital region. The I1 alveoli are resorbed. Additionally, the nasal suture deviates to the right at the frontal bone, and there is a huge frontal sinus over the entire bony orbits, and possibly into the sphenoid’s lesser wings and high into squama. There is a complete lack of a frontal crest, and the sagittal sinus is continuous to the foramen cecum. There is osteophytic growth on the posterior dorsum sellae and left petrosal. The petrosals are PA wide and possibly ML shortened. The condylar foramen opens widely into the sigmoid sinus, and the left pterygoid nearly reaches the sphenoid spine.

Full Record: x-96-11-131/131-FE2.TIF

96-11-131

Feature 2

This cranium has a loose calotte, held on by tape and a rod through the skull. It is microcephalic (diminutive). The cranium is missing the RI2 and RC; the left lower facial area, basicranium, and zygomatic arch; as well as parts of the frontal bone along a sawn off edge. There are lots of scrape marks inside the vault, and dried soft tissues adherent to the basioccipital region. The I1 alveoli are resorbed. Additionally, the nasal suture deviates to the right at the frontal bone, and there is a huge frontal sinus over the entire bony orbits, and possibly into the sphenoid’s lesser wings and high into squama. There is a complete lack of a frontal crest, and the sagittal sinus is continuous to the foramen cecum. There is osteophytic growth on the posterior dorsum sellae and left petrosal. The petrosals are PA wide and possibly ML shortened. The condylar foramen opens widely into the sigmoid sinus, and the left pterygoid nearly reaches the sphenoid spine.

Full Record: x-96-11-131/131-IN.TIF

96-11-131

Inferior

This cranium has a loose calotte, held on by tape and a rod through the skull. It is microcephalic (diminutive). The cranium is missing the RI2 and RC; the left lower facial area, basicranium, and zygomatic arch; as well as parts of the frontal bone along a sawn off edge. There are lots of scrape marks inside the vault, and dried soft tissues adherent to the basioccipital region. The I1 alveoli are resorbed. Additionally, the nasal suture deviates to the right at the frontal bone, and there is a huge frontal sinus over the entire bony orbits, and possibly into the sphenoid’s lesser wings and high into squama. There is a complete lack of a frontal crest, and the sagittal sinus is continuous to the foramen cecum. There is osteophytic growth on the posterior dorsum sellae and left petrosal. The petrosals are PA wide and possibly ML shortened. The condylar foramen opens widely into the sigmoid sinus, and the left pterygoid nearly reaches the sphenoid spine.

Full Record: x-96-11-131/131-LL.TIF

96-11-131

Left Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, held on by tape and a rod through the skull. It is microcephalic (diminutive). The cranium is missing the RI2 and RC; the left lower facial area, basicranium, and zygomatic arch; as well as parts of the frontal bone along a sawn off edge. There are lots of scrape marks inside the vault, and dried soft tissues adherent to the basioccipital region. The I1 alveoli are resorbed. Additionally, the nasal suture deviates to the right at the frontal bone, and there is a huge frontal sinus over the entire bony orbits, and possibly into the sphenoid’s lesser wings and high into squama. There is a complete lack of a frontal crest, and the sagittal sinus is continuous to the foramen cecum. There is osteophytic growth on the posterior dorsum sellae and left petrosal. The petrosals are PA wide and possibly ML shortened. The condylar foramen opens widely into the sigmoid sinus, and the left pterygoid nearly reaches the sphenoid spine.

Full Record: x-96-11-131/131-PO.TIF

96-11-131

Posterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, held on by tape and a rod through the skull. It is microcephalic (diminutive). The cranium is missing the RI2 and RC; the left lower facial area, basicranium, and zygomatic arch; as well as parts of the frontal bone along a sawn off edge. There are lots of scrape marks inside the vault, and dried soft tissues adherent to the basioccipital region. The I1 alveoli are resorbed. Additionally, the nasal suture deviates to the right at the frontal bone, and there is a huge frontal sinus over the entire bony orbits, and possibly into the sphenoid’s lesser wings and high into squama. There is a complete lack of a frontal crest, and the sagittal sinus is continuous to the foramen cecum. There is osteophytic growth on the posterior dorsum sellae and left petrosal. The petrosals are PA wide and possibly ML shortened. The condylar foramen opens widely into the sigmoid sinus, and the left pterygoid nearly reaches the sphenoid spine.

Full Record: x-96-11-131/131-RL.TIF

96-11-131

Right Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, held on by tape and a rod through the skull. It is microcephalic (diminutive). The cranium is missing the RI2 and RC; the left lower facial area, basicranium, and zygomatic arch; as well as parts of the frontal bone along a sawn off edge. There are lots of scrape marks inside the vault, and dried soft tissues adherent to the basioccipital region. The I1 alveoli are resorbed. Additionally, the nasal suture deviates to the right at the frontal bone, and there is a huge frontal sinus over the entire bony orbits, and possibly into the sphenoid’s lesser wings and high into squama. There is a complete lack of a frontal crest, and the sagittal sinus is continuous to the foramen cecum. There is osteophytic growth on the posterior dorsum sellae and left petrosal. The petrosals are PA wide and possibly ML shortened. The condylar foramen opens widely into the sigmoid sinus, and the left pterygoid nearly reaches the sphenoid spine.

Full Record: x-96-11-131/131-SU.TIF

96-11-131

Superior

This cranium has a loose calotte, held on by tape and a rod through the skull. It is microcephalic (diminutive). The cranium is missing the RI2 and RC; the left lower facial area, basicranium, and zygomatic arch; as well as parts of the frontal bone along a sawn off edge. There are lots of scrape marks inside the vault, and dried soft tissues adherent to the basioccipital region. The I1 alveoli are resorbed. Additionally, the nasal suture deviates to the right at the frontal bone, and there is a huge frontal sinus over the entire bony orbits, and possibly into the sphenoid’s lesser wings and high into squama. There is a complete lack of a frontal crest, and the sagittal sinus is continuous to the foramen cecum. There is osteophytic growth on the posterior dorsum sellae and left petrosal. The petrosals are PA wide and possibly ML shortened. The condylar foramen opens widely into the sigmoid sinus, and the left pterygoid nearly reaches the sphenoid spine.