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Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132A-AN.TIF

96-11-132AB

Anterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132AB-LL.TIF

96-11-132AB

Left Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132AB-RL.TIF

96-11-132AB

Right Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132B-AN.TIF

96-11-132AB

Anterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132B-IN.TIF

96-11-132AB

Inferior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132B-LL.TIF

96-11-132AB

Left Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132B-PO.TIF

96-11-132AB

Posterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132B-RL.TIF

96-11-132AB

Right Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132B-SU.TIF

96-11-132AB

Superior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132-DX.TIF

96-11-132AB

Maxillary Dentition

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132-FE1.TIF

96-11-132AB

Feature 1

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132A-IN.TIF

96-11-132AB

Inferior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132A-LL.TIF

96-11-132AB

Left Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132A-PO.TIF

96-11-132AB

Posterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132A-RL.TIF

96-11-132AB

Right Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132A-SU.TIF

96-11-132AB

Superior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-132ab/132AB-AN.TIF

96-11-132AB

Anterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, and is microcephalic (625 cc). It is missing RP4 and LP3, and has AP short alveolar processes and clivus. The petrosals are squat and hypertrophic-looking, and are severely intruding the jugular fa. (bilateral). There is a large “step” between the pituitary fossa and lesser wings (cf. #125 through the latter is more severe). The occipital condyles are divided into anterior and posterior halves by a sulcus. The left sphenoid spine is prominent and flat, and there is extremely thin bone on the floor of TMJ. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused. Additionally, the M3s are still in their crypts. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is missing I1s and LC. The LP4 alveolus is resorbed so that M1 contacts LP3. This mandible has a very short corpus. There is severe linear enamel hypoplasia on the premolars, viz. RP4, and the MP3s are still in their crypts.

Full Record: x-96-11-133a/133-AN.TIF

96-11-133A

Anterior

This cranium has a missing calotte, and is missing most teeth and much of the posterior palate, viz. left. The incisor and left premolar and molar have been resorbed. The left pterygoid plates are atrophied. It is a little unclear exactly what the pathology is here. A calotte was placed with this cranium, but does not appear to be correctly matched.

Full Record: x-96-11-133a/133-IN.TIF

96-11-133A

Inferior

This cranium has a missing calotte, and is missing most teeth and much of the posterior palate, viz. left. The incisor and left premolar and molar have been resorbed. The left pterygoid plates are atrophied. It is a little unclear exactly what the pathology is here. A calotte was placed with this cranium, but does not appear to be correctly matched.

Full Record: x-96-11-133a/133-LL.TIF

96-11-133A

Left Lateral

This cranium has a missing calotte, and is missing most teeth and much of the posterior palate, viz. left. The incisor and left premolar and molar have been resorbed. The left pterygoid plates are atrophied. It is a little unclear exactly what the pathology is here. A calotte was placed with this cranium, but does not appear to be correctly matched.

Full Record: x-96-11-133a/133-PO.TIF

96-11-133A

Posterior

This cranium has a missing calotte, and is missing most teeth and much of the posterior palate, viz. left. The incisor and left premolar and molar have been resorbed. The left pterygoid plates are atrophied. It is a little unclear exactly what the pathology is here. A calotte was placed with this cranium, but does not appear to be correctly matched.

Full Record: x-96-11-133a/133-RL.TIF

96-11-133A

Right Lateral

This cranium has a missing calotte, and is missing most teeth and much of the posterior palate, viz. left. The incisor and left premolar and molar have been resorbed. The left pterygoid plates are atrophied. It is a little unclear exactly what the pathology is here. A calotte was placed with this cranium, but does not appear to be correctly matched.

Full Record: x-96-11-133a/133-SU.TIF

96-11-133A

Superior

This cranium has a missing calotte, and is missing most teeth and much of the posterior palate, viz. left. The incisor and left premolar and molar have been resorbed. The left pterygoid plates are atrophied. It is a little unclear exactly what the pathology is here. A calotte was placed with this cranium, but does not appear to be correctly matched.

96-11-133B

96-11-133B

This is a mandible, which was originally associated with 133A cranium, but the two do not fit together properly. It is missing most teeth, and those present have broken crowns. There are interesting tubercles on the lingual alveolar margins by C, P4, and M1 (bilateral). The RP4 and RM2-3 alveoli are resorbed. There appears to be a mandibular torus, thickening of the lingual side of the body, but it appears to be different than is usually observed. The mental spines are negligible.

Full Record: x-96-11-134/134-AN.TIF

96-11-134

Anterior

This cranium is brachycephalic, as it is artificially deformed by anterio-posteriorally directed compression. Most teeth are present, but some are broken. The LM2-3 alveoli are present, but there is an abscess at the RP3 alveolus. Additionally, there is resorption of the LP3 root and LP4-M2 alveoli. The infratemporal crests are ML oblong (bilateral). There is very thin, transparent-like bone on the floor of the left TMJ, and a lesion or hole on the tympanic plates superior to the vaginal processes (bilateral). There are wormian bones at lambda (bilateral). The zygomatics’ frontal processes are ML broad, and bilateral; they are probably related to the anterior-posterioral compression. Osteophytes intrude into the right hypoglossal canal. There are bony spicules on the basiocciput, and zygomatic tubercles/massetric scars cleft at suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-134/134-IN.TIF

96-11-134

Inferior

This cranium is brachycephalic, as it is artificially deformed by anterio-posteriorally directed compression. Most teeth are present, but some are broken. The LM2-3 alveoli are present, but there is an abscess at the RP3 alveolus. Additionally, there is resorption of the LP3 root and LP4-M2 alveoli. The infratemporal crests are ML oblong (bilateral). There is very thin, transparent-like bone on the floor of the left TMJ, and a lesion or hole on the tympanic plates superior to the vaginal processes (bilateral). There are wormian bones at lambda (bilateral). The zygomatics’ frontal processes are ML broad, and bilateral; they are probably related to the anterior-posterioral compression. Osteophytes intrude into the right hypoglossal canal. There are bony spicules on the basiocciput, and zygomatic tubercles/massetric scars cleft at suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-134/134-LL.TIF

96-11-134

Left Lateral

This cranium is brachycephalic, as it is artificially deformed by anterio-posteriorally directed compression. Most teeth are present, but some are broken. The LM2-3 alveoli are present, but there is an abscess at the RP3 alveolus. Additionally, there is resorption of the LP3 root and LP4-M2 alveoli. The infratemporal crests are ML oblong (bilateral). There is very thin, transparent-like bone on the floor of the left TMJ, and a lesion or hole on the tympanic plates superior to the vaginal processes (bilateral). There are wormian bones at lambda (bilateral). The zygomatics’ frontal processes are ML broad, and bilateral; they are probably related to the anterior-posterioral compression. Osteophytes intrude into the right hypoglossal canal. There are bony spicules on the basiocciput, and zygomatic tubercles/massetric scars cleft at suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-134/134-PO.TIF

96-11-134

Posterior

This cranium is brachycephalic, as it is artificially deformed by anterio-posteriorally directed compression. Most teeth are present, but some are broken. The LM2-3 alveoli are present, but there is an abscess at the RP3 alveolus. Additionally, there is resorption of the LP3 root and LP4-M2 alveoli. The infratemporal crests are ML oblong (bilateral). There is very thin, transparent-like bone on the floor of the left TMJ, and a lesion or hole on the tympanic plates superior to the vaginal processes (bilateral). There are wormian bones at lambda (bilateral). The zygomatics’ frontal processes are ML broad, and bilateral; they are probably related to the anterior-posterioral compression. Osteophytes intrude into the right hypoglossal canal. There are bony spicules on the basiocciput, and zygomatic tubercles/massetric scars cleft at suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-134/134-RL.TIF

96-11-134

Right Lateral

This cranium is brachycephalic, as it is artificially deformed by anterio-posteriorally directed compression. Most teeth are present, but some are broken. The LM2-3 alveoli are present, but there is an abscess at the RP3 alveolus. Additionally, there is resorption of the LP3 root and LP4-M2 alveoli. The infratemporal crests are ML oblong (bilateral). There is very thin, transparent-like bone on the floor of the left TMJ, and a lesion or hole on the tympanic plates superior to the vaginal processes (bilateral). There are wormian bones at lambda (bilateral). The zygomatics’ frontal processes are ML broad, and bilateral; they are probably related to the anterior-posterioral compression. Osteophytes intrude into the right hypoglossal canal. There are bony spicules on the basiocciput, and zygomatic tubercles/massetric scars cleft at suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-134/134-SU.TIF

96-11-134

Superior

This cranium is brachycephalic, as it is artificially deformed by anterio-posteriorally directed compression. Most teeth are present, but some are broken. The LM2-3 alveoli are present, but there is an abscess at the RP3 alveolus. Additionally, there is resorption of the LP3 root and LP4-M2 alveoli. The infratemporal crests are ML oblong (bilateral). There is very thin, transparent-like bone on the floor of the left TMJ, and a lesion or hole on the tympanic plates superior to the vaginal processes (bilateral). There are wormian bones at lambda (bilateral). The zygomatics’ frontal processes are ML broad, and bilateral; they are probably related to the anterior-posterioral compression. Osteophytes intrude into the right hypoglossal canal. There are bony spicules on the basiocciput, and zygomatic tubercles/massetric scars cleft at suture.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135-AN.TIF

96-11-135AB

Anterior

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135B-RL.TIF

96-11-135AB

Right Lateral

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135-IN.TIF

96-11-135AB

Inferior

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135-LL.TIF

96-11-135AB

Left Lateral

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135-PO.TIF

96-11-135AB

Posterior

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135-RL.TIF

96-11-135AB

Right Lateral

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135-SU.TIF

96-11-135AB

Superior

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135B-AN.TIF

96-11-135AB

Anterior

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135B-LL.TIF

96-11-135AB

Left Lateral

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-135ab/135B-PO.TIF

96-11-135AB

Posterior

This cranium is severely weathered and eroded, and is missing much of the right vault, including the sphenoid and temporal bones, as well as the right infraorbital and nasopharyngeal skeleton. The weathering on this cranium is probably also responsible for various holes and diminution of occipital condyles. This cranium retains RI2, which is sharpened to look like a canine, RP3 and possibly RM2; additionally, LP3-4 are present, as well as a loose RM3, and distally rotated LP3. The molar has relatively close-positioned cusps, and some alveoli are resorbed. The sagittal suture is completely obliterated while the lambdoid and coronal are clearly not fused, possibly the result of weathering. The supraorbita-glabella region is highly vascularized, as well. There is a mandible (b) associated with this cranium, and while it does occlude with this cranium, the fit of the condyles to the TMJ is questionable. Most teeth are present, though some are broken. There are some silver fillings in the left and right premolars and RM2, and some resorption of the M3 and RP4 alveoli.

Full Record: x-96-11-136/136-AN.TIF

96-11-136

Anterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, which is held to the rest of the cranium with tape and a rod through the skull. This cranium is microcephalic (diminutive), and some soft tissue is still adherent to the basicranium. There are many teeth present, but with broken crowns. The RM alveoli are resorbed, as well as the LP3 and part of the P4. The LM1-3 are resorbed and/or resorbing, although entire M1-2 and roots of M3 are still present. The RC is crowded and displaced lingually, and has huge caries on the distal surface. The RP4 and RM3 roots are abscessed.

Full Record: x-96-11-136/136-DX.TIF

96-11-136

Maxillary Dentition

This cranium has a loose calotte, which is held to the rest of the cranium with tape and a rod through the skull. This cranium is microcephalic (diminutive), and some soft tissue is still adherent to the basicranium. There are many teeth present, but with broken crowns. The RM alveoli are resorbed, as well as the LP3 and part of the P4. The LM1-3 are resorbed and/or resorbing, although entire M1-2 and roots of M3 are still present. The RC is crowded and displaced lingually, and has huge caries on the distal surface. The RP4 and RM3 roots are abscessed.

Full Record: x-96-11-136/136-IN.TIF

96-11-136

Inferior

This cranium has a loose calotte, which is held to the rest of the cranium with tape and a rod through the skull. This cranium is microcephalic (diminutive), and some soft tissue is still adherent to the basicranium. There are many teeth present, but with broken crowns. The RM alveoli are resorbed, as well as the LP3 and part of the P4. The LM1-3 are resorbed and/or resorbing, although entire M1-2 and roots of M3 are still present. The RC is crowded and displaced lingually, and has huge caries on the distal surface. The RP4 and RM3 roots are abscessed.

Full Record: x-96-11-136/136-LL.TIF

96-11-136

Left Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, which is held to the rest of the cranium with tape and a rod through the skull. This cranium is microcephalic (diminutive), and some soft tissue is still adherent to the basicranium. There are many teeth present, but with broken crowns. The RM alveoli are resorbed, as well as the LP3 and part of the P4. The LM1-3 are resorbed and/or resorbing, although entire M1-2 and roots of M3 are still present. The RC is crowded and displaced lingually, and has huge caries on the distal surface. The RP4 and RM3 roots are abscessed.

Full Record: x-96-11-136/136-PO.TIF

96-11-136

Posterior

This cranium has a loose calotte, which is held to the rest of the cranium with tape and a rod through the skull. This cranium is microcephalic (diminutive), and some soft tissue is still adherent to the basicranium. There are many teeth present, but with broken crowns. The RM alveoli are resorbed, as well as the LP3 and part of the P4. The LM1-3 are resorbed and/or resorbing, although entire M1-2 and roots of M3 are still present. The RC is crowded and displaced lingually, and has huge caries on the distal surface. The RP4 and RM3 roots are abscessed.

Full Record: x-96-11-136/136-RL.TIF

96-11-136

Right Lateral

This cranium has a loose calotte, which is held to the rest of the cranium with tape and a rod through the skull. This cranium is microcephalic (diminutive), and some soft tissue is still adherent to the basicranium. There are many teeth present, but with broken crowns. The RM alveoli are resorbed, as well as the LP3 and part of the P4. The LM1-3 are resorbed and/or resorbing, although entire M1-2 and roots of M3 are still present. The RC is crowded and displaced lingually, and has huge caries on the distal surface. The RP4 and RM3 roots are abscessed.

Full Record: x-96-11-136/136-SU.TIF

96-11-136

Superior

This cranium has a loose calotte, which is held to the rest of the cranium with tape and a rod through the skull. This cranium is microcephalic (diminutive), and some soft tissue is still adherent to the basicranium. There are many teeth present, but with broken crowns. The RM alveoli are resorbed, as well as the LP3 and part of the P4. The LM1-3 are resorbed and/or resorbing, although entire M1-2 and roots of M3 are still present. The RC is crowded and displaced lingually, and has huge caries on the distal surface. The RP4 and RM3 roots are abscessed.

Full Record: x-96-11-137a/137-AN.TIF

96-11-137A

Anterior

This cranium is missing its calotte, and the dorsum sellae are broken. Dentally, it retains only RI1-2, LI2, the roots of LP3-4, and RM1. The molar alveoli are abscessed and/or resorbed, and the LP roots and part of the LP4 alveolus are abscessed. The anterior clinoid processes contact osteophytes on the anterolateral sella turcica (bilateral), creating additional foramen behind the optic canal. There is a very large frontal sinus, which appears to be over the midline and left side only. There is also a globular bony deposition on the lateral wall of the middle cranial fossae (viz. left). The f. carotid and lacera are confluent (bilateral). There is bony growth about the sigmoid sinuses (bilateral), and bony intrusion from petrosals into the jugular foramen (bilateral). There appears to be an oblong lesion anterior to the left occipital condyle and medial to the left hypoglossal canal. There is also a large lesion on the right of the sphenoid body, exposing the sphenoid sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-137a/137-IN.TIF

96-11-137A

Inferior

This cranium is missing its calotte, and the dorsum sellae are broken. Dentally, it retains only RI1-2, LI2, the roots of LP3-4, and RM1. The molar alveoli are abscessed and/or resorbed, and the LP roots and part of the LP4 alveolus are abscessed. The anterior clinoid processes contact osteophytes on the anterolateral sella turcica (bilateral), creating additional foramen behind the optic canal. There is a very large frontal sinus, which appears to be over the midline and left side only. There is also a globular bony deposition on the lateral wall of the middle cranial fossae (viz. left). The f. carotid and lacera are confluent (bilateral). There is bony growth about the sigmoid sinuses (bilateral), and bony intrusion from petrosals into the jugular foramen (bilateral). There appears to be an oblong lesion anterior to the left occipital condyle and medial to the left hypoglossal canal. There is also a large lesion on the right of the sphenoid body, exposing the sphenoid sinus.

Full Record: x-96-11-137a/137-LL.TIF

96-11-137A

Left Lateral

This cranium is missing its calotte, and the dorsum sellae are broken. Dentally, it retains only RI1-2, LI2, the roots of LP3-4, and RM1. The molar alveoli are abscessed and/or resorbed, and the LP roots and part of the LP4 alveolus are abscessed. The anterior clinoid processes contact osteophytes on the anterolateral sella turcica (bilateral), creating additional foramen behind the optic canal. There is a very large frontal sinus, which appears to be over the midline and left side only. There is also a globular bony deposition on the lateral wall of the middle cranial fossae (viz. left). The f. carotid and lacera are confluent (bilateral). There is bony growth about the sigmoid sinuses (bilateral), and bony intrusion from petrosals into the jugular foramen (bilateral). There appears to be an oblong lesion anterior to the left occipital condyle and medial to the left hypoglossal canal. There is also a large lesion on the right of the sphenoid body, exposing the sphenoid sinus.