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Full Record: x-96-11-030ab/030-FE3.TIF

96-11-030AB

Feature 3

Cranium (a) is missing the calotte, most whole teeth or crowns are missing (only the LM2 is intact), and there is some alveolar resorption. There is a bony build-up on dorsum sellae resulting in a deeply excavated pituitary fossa. Lesions mark the middle cranial fossae resulting in a hole in the anterosuperior lateral corner of L greater sphenoid wing. The middle meningeal arteries are deeply excavated. The sphenoid greater wings appear hypertrophied, as does the globular crista galli. The mastoid foramina are very large and open visibly into sigmoid sinuses (viz. on the right). The left foramen spinosum is bridged ectocranially, the lambdoidal suture is almost completely obliterated. The vault may have been expanded relative to face, though it is hard to say without calotte. Mandible (b) retains all molars but some crowns are broken, and lacks the other teeth. There are silver fillings on occlusal surfaces of all molars but RM2. The empty canine alveoli show they were each rotated distally. The lingulae are blunt, rather than pointed.

Full Record: x-96-11-030ab/030-FE4.TIF

96-11-030AB

Feature 4

Cranium (a) is missing the calotte, most whole teeth or crowns are missing (only the LM2 is intact), and there is some alveolar resorption. There is a bony build-up on dorsum sellae resulting in a deeply excavated pituitary fossa. Lesions mark the middle cranial fossae resulting in a hole in the anterosuperior lateral corner of L greater sphenoid wing. The middle meningeal arteries are deeply excavated. The sphenoid greater wings appear hypertrophied, as does the globular crista galli. The mastoid foramina are very large and open visibly into sigmoid sinuses (viz. on the right). The left foramen spinosum is bridged ectocranially, the lambdoidal suture is almost completely obliterated. The vault may have been expanded relative to face, though it is hard to say without calotte. Mandible (b) retains all molars but some crowns are broken, and lacks the other teeth. There are silver fillings on occlusal surfaces of all molars but RM2. The empty canine alveoli show they were each rotated distally. The lingulae are blunt, rather than pointed.

Full Record: x-96-11-030ab/030-FE5.TIF

96-11-030AB

Feature 5

Cranium (a) is missing the calotte, most whole teeth or crowns are missing (only the LM2 is intact), and there is some alveolar resorption. There is a bony build-up on dorsum sellae resulting in a deeply excavated pituitary fossa. Lesions mark the middle cranial fossae resulting in a hole in the anterosuperior lateral corner of L greater sphenoid wing. The middle meningeal arteries are deeply excavated. The sphenoid greater wings appear hypertrophied, as does the globular crista galli. The mastoid foramina are very large and open visibly into sigmoid sinuses (viz. on the right). The left foramen spinosum is bridged ectocranially, the lambdoidal suture is almost completely obliterated. The vault may have been expanded relative to face, though it is hard to say without calotte. Mandible (b) retains all molars but some crowns are broken, and lacks the other teeth. There are silver fillings on occlusal surfaces of all molars but RM2. The empty canine alveoli show they were each rotated distally. The lingulae are blunt, rather than pointed.

Full Record: x-96-11-030ab/030-FE6.TIF

96-11-030AB

Feature 6

Cranium (a) is missing the calotte, most whole teeth or crowns are missing (only the LM2 is intact), and there is some alveolar resorption. There is a bony build-up on dorsum sellae resulting in a deeply excavated pituitary fossa. Lesions mark the middle cranial fossae resulting in a hole in the anterosuperior lateral corner of L greater sphenoid wing. The middle meningeal arteries are deeply excavated. The sphenoid greater wings appear hypertrophied, as does the globular crista galli. The mastoid foramina are very large and open visibly into sigmoid sinuses (viz. on the right). The left foramen spinosum is bridged ectocranially, the lambdoidal suture is almost completely obliterated. The vault may have been expanded relative to face, though it is hard to say without calotte. Mandible (b) retains all molars but some crowns are broken, and lacks the other teeth. There are silver fillings on occlusal surfaces of all molars but RM2. The empty canine alveoli show they were each rotated distally. The lingulae are blunt, rather than pointed.

Full Record: x-96-11-030ab/030-FE7.TIF

96-11-030AB

Feature 7

Cranium (a) is missing the calotte, most whole teeth or crowns are missing (only the LM2 is intact), and there is some alveolar resorption. There is a bony build-up on dorsum sellae resulting in a deeply excavated pituitary fossa. Lesions mark the middle cranial fossae resulting in a hole in the anterosuperior lateral corner of L greater sphenoid wing. The middle meningeal arteries are deeply excavated. The sphenoid greater wings appear hypertrophied, as does the globular crista galli. The mastoid foramina are very large and open visibly into sigmoid sinuses (viz. on the right). The left foramen spinosum is bridged ectocranially, the lambdoidal suture is almost completely obliterated. The vault may have been expanded relative to face, though it is hard to say without calotte. Mandible (b) retains all molars but some crowns are broken, and lacks the other teeth. There are silver fillings on occlusal surfaces of all molars but RM2. The empty canine alveoli show they were each rotated distally. The lingulae are blunt, rather than pointed.

Full Record: x-96-11-031/031-AN.TIF

96-11-031

Anterior

This cranium has an object in the cranial cavity that may be made of bone. Overall, it appears to be artificially deformed, as it is anterior-posteriorly compressed, with the left parietal and occipital bulging further posterolaterally than the right side. There is a deep lesion in the right lacrimal fossa, and the right supramastoid crest folds posteriorly over the last bit of temporal squama. Dentally, RM1 is present, as well as the broken crown of RM2; additionally, LP4-M2 are present, and the LC is present with a broken crown.

Full Record: x-96-11-031/031-DX.TIF

96-11-031

Maxillary Dentition

This cranium has an object in the cranial cavity that may be made of bone. Overall, it appears to be artificially deformed, as it is anterior-posteriorly compressed, with the left parietal and occipital bulging further posterolaterally than the right side. There is a deep lesion in the right lacrimal fossa, and the right supramastoid crest folds posteriorly over the last bit of temporal squama. Dentally, RM1 is present, as well as the broken crown of RM2; additionally, LP4-M2 are present, and the LC is present with a broken crown.

Full Record: x-96-11-031/031-IN.TIF

96-11-031

Inferior

This cranium has an object in the cranial cavity that may be made of bone. Overall, it appears to be artificially deformed, as it is anterior-posteriorly compressed, with the left parietal and occipital bulging further posterolaterally than the right side. There is a deep lesion in the right lacrimal fossa, and the right supramastoid crest folds posteriorly over the last bit of temporal squama. Dentally, RM1 is present, as well as the broken crown of RM2; additionally, LP4-M2 are present, and the LC is present with a broken crown.

Full Record: x-96-11-031/031-LL.TIF

96-11-031

Left Lateral

This cranium has an object in the cranial cavity that may be made of bone. Overall, it appears to be artificially deformed, as it is anterior-posteriorly compressed, with the left parietal and occipital bulging further posterolaterally than the right side. There is a deep lesion in the right lacrimal fossa, and the right supramastoid crest folds posteriorly over the last bit of temporal squama. Dentally, RM1 is present, as well as the broken crown of RM2; additionally, LP4-M2 are present, and the LC is present with a broken crown.

Full Record: x-96-11-031/031-PO.TIF

96-11-031

Posterior

This cranium has an object in the cranial cavity that may be made of bone. Overall, it appears to be artificially deformed, as it is anterior-posteriorly compressed, with the left parietal and occipital bulging further posterolaterally than the right side. There is a deep lesion in the right lacrimal fossa, and the right supramastoid crest folds posteriorly over the last bit of temporal squama. Dentally, RM1 is present, as well as the broken crown of RM2; additionally, LP4-M2 are present, and the LC is present with a broken crown.

Full Record: x-96-11-031/031-RL.TIF

96-11-031

Right Lateral

This cranium has an object in the cranial cavity that may be made of bone. Overall, it appears to be artificially deformed, as it is anterior-posteriorly compressed, with the left parietal and occipital bulging further posterolaterally than the right side. There is a deep lesion in the right lacrimal fossa, and the right supramastoid crest folds posteriorly over the last bit of temporal squama. Dentally, RM1 is present, as well as the broken crown of RM2; additionally, LP4-M2 are present, and the LC is present with a broken crown.

Full Record: x-96-11-031/031-SU.TIF

96-11-031

Superior

This cranium has an object in the cranial cavity that may be made of bone. Overall, it appears to be artificially deformed, as it is anterior-posteriorly compressed, with the left parietal and occipital bulging further posterolaterally than the right side. There is a deep lesion in the right lacrimal fossa, and the right supramastoid crest folds posteriorly over the last bit of temporal squama. Dentally, RM1 is present, as well as the broken crown of RM2; additionally, LP4-M2 are present, and the LC is present with a broken crown.

Full Record: x-96-11-032/032-AN.TIF

96-11-032

Anterior

Cranium has a highly worn RP4 and LM1, and there is resorption of molar and premolar alveoli. Overall the cranium is very light-weight due to bone loss: the superior bony vault is visibly smoothed ("eroded"), and the right temporal squama, palatines, and orbital plates are paper-thin. The pterygoid plates may have contacted the posterior sphenoid or petrosals. Palatine foramina are expanded, and the vault is grossly asymmetrical.

Full Record: x-96-11-032/032-DX.TIF

96-11-032

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium has a highly worn RP4 and LM1, and there is resorption of molar and premolar alveoli. Overall the cranium is very light-weight due to bone loss: the superior bony vault is visibly smoothed ("eroded"), and the right temporal squama, palatines, and orbital plates are paper-thin. The pterygoid plates may have contacted the posterior sphenoid or petrosals. Palatine foramina are expanded, and the vault is grossly asymmetrical.

Full Record: x-96-11-032/032-IN.TIF

96-11-032

Inferior

Cranium has a highly worn RP4 and LM1, and there is resorption of molar and premolar alveoli. Overall the cranium is very light-weight due to bone loss: the superior bony vault is visibly smoothed ("eroded"), and the right temporal squama, palatines, and orbital plates are paper-thin. The pterygoid plates may have contacted the posterior sphenoid or petrosals. Palatine foramina are expanded, and the vault is grossly asymmetrical.

Full Record: x-96-11-032/032-LL.TIF

96-11-032

Left Lateral

Cranium has a highly worn RP4 and LM1, and there is resorption of molar and premolar alveoli. Overall the cranium is very light-weight due to bone loss: the superior bony vault is visibly smoothed ("eroded"), and the right temporal squama, palatines, and orbital plates are paper-thin. The pterygoid plates may have contacted the posterior sphenoid or petrosals. Palatine foramina are expanded, and the vault is grossly asymmetrical.

Full Record: x-96-11-032/032-PO.TIF

96-11-032

Posterior

Cranium has a highly worn RP4 and LM1, and there is resorption of molar and premolar alveoli. Overall the cranium is very light-weight due to bone loss: the superior bony vault is visibly smoothed ("eroded"), and the right temporal squama, palatines, and orbital plates are paper-thin. The pterygoid plates may have contacted the posterior sphenoid or petrosals. Palatine foramina are expanded, and the vault is grossly asymmetrical.

Full Record: x-96-11-032/032-RL.TIF

96-11-032

Right Lateral

Cranium has a highly worn RP4 and LM1, and there is resorption of molar and premolar alveoli. Overall the cranium is very light-weight due to bone loss: the superior bony vault is visibly smoothed ("eroded"), and the right temporal squama, palatines, and orbital plates are paper-thin. The pterygoid plates may have contacted the posterior sphenoid or petrosals. Palatine foramina are expanded, and the vault is grossly asymmetrical.

Full Record: x-96-11-032/032-SU.TIF

96-11-032

Superior

Cranium has a highly worn RP4 and LM1, and there is resorption of molar and premolar alveoli. Overall the cranium is very light-weight due to bone loss: the superior bony vault is visibly smoothed ("eroded"), and the right temporal squama, palatines, and orbital plates are paper-thin. The pterygoid plates may have contacted the posterior sphenoid or petrosals. Palatine foramina are expanded, and the vault is grossly asymmetrical.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-AN.TIF

96-11-033

Anterior

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-DX.TIF

96-11-033

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-FE1.TIF

96-11-033

Feature 1

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-FE2.TIF

96-11-033

Feature 2

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-IN.TIF

96-11-033

Inferior

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-LL.TIF

96-11-033

Left Lateral

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-PO.TIF

96-11-033

Posterior

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-RL.TIF

96-11-033

Right Lateral

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-033/033-SU.TIF

96-11-033

Superior

Cranium retains only RM2-3, and all other alveoli resorbed. There are silver fillings in M2-3. The cranial vault has very thick bone, and the sagittal and superior lambdoid sutures are obliterated. There are deep grooves in middle cranial fossae, which might indicate new venous sinuses. Optical foramina are bipartite. The dorsum sellae is either malformed or resorbed. The right sigmoid sinus is deeply excavated and nearly covered. The left mastoid foramen is greatly expanded and opens into the sigmoid sinus. The nasal bones show a possible healed fracture.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034A-AN.TIF

96-11-034AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034AB-LL.TIF

96-11-034AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034AB-RL.TIF

96-11-034AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034B-AN.TIF

96-11-034AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034B-IN.TIF

96-11-034AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034B-LL.TIF

96-11-034AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034B-PO.TIF

96-11-034AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034B-RL.TIF

96-11-034AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034B-SU.TIF

96-11-034AB

Superior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034-DN.TIF

96-11-034AB

Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034-DX.TIF

96-11-034AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034A-IN.TIF

96-11-034AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034A-LL.TIF

96-11-034AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034A-PO.TIF

96-11-034AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034A-RL.TIF

96-11-034AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034A-SU.TIF

96-11-034AB

Superior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-034ab/034AB-AN.TIF

96-11-034AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains LP3-M1, RI2-C roots, and RP3-4 (LP3 and LM1 are loose). Molar alveoli are variously resorbed, broken, and abscessed. The left pterygoid plate contacts posterior sphenoid creating a pterygoid foramen just inferior to f. ovale. The nasal bones are diminutive. The superior-most tympanic is unfused to the temporomandibular joint bilaterally. Mandible (b) preserves parts of LI2-P4, but only the LP3 is complete. LM2-3 and RP4-M2 and part of RM3 alveoli are resorbed, and the mental spines are pronounced.

Full Record: x-96-11-035ab/035-AN.TIF

96-11-035AB

Anterior

This is a cranium that has very poor preservation. It is missing a large chip on the frontal bone from a calotte-nail. This cranium is large across the left orbital plate, and has many laterally loose structures. There is breakage which exposes the sphenoid and maxillary sinuses, and a broken dorsum sellae. All alveoli are resorbed, and the LC alveolus is abscessed. It is unclear what the pathology is on this cranium. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is broken into two pieces at the right ramus. There are three open alveoli, but at these alveoli the teeth are missing. There is a lesion and resorption around where the RC alveolus was, and all alveoli are resorbed except for LI2-P3. The lingulae are basically absent (bilateral).

Full Record: x-96-11-035ab/035-IN.TIF

96-11-035AB

Inferior

This is a cranium that has very poor preservation. It is missing a large chip on the frontal bone from a calotte-nail. This cranium is large across the left orbital plate, and has many laterally loose structures. There is breakage which exposes the sphenoid and maxillary sinuses, and a broken dorsum sellae. All alveoli are resorbed, and the LC alveolus is abscessed. It is unclear what the pathology is on this cranium. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is broken into two pieces at the right ramus. There are three open alveoli, but at these alveoli the teeth are missing. There is a lesion and resorption around where the RC alveolus was, and all alveoli are resorbed except for LI2-P3. The lingulae are basically absent (bilateral).

Full Record: x-96-11-035ab/035-LL.TIF

96-11-035AB

Left Lateral

This is a cranium that has very poor preservation. It is missing a large chip on the frontal bone from a calotte-nail. This cranium is large across the left orbital plate, and has many laterally loose structures. There is breakage which exposes the sphenoid and maxillary sinuses, and a broken dorsum sellae. All alveoli are resorbed, and the LC alveolus is abscessed. It is unclear what the pathology is on this cranium. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is broken into two pieces at the right ramus. There are three open alveoli, but at these alveoli the teeth are missing. There is a lesion and resorption around where the RC alveolus was, and all alveoli are resorbed except for LI2-P3. The lingulae are basically absent (bilateral).

Full Record: x-96-11-035ab/035-PO.TIF

96-11-035AB

Posterior

This is a cranium that has very poor preservation. It is missing a large chip on the frontal bone from a calotte-nail. This cranium is large across the left orbital plate, and has many laterally loose structures. There is breakage which exposes the sphenoid and maxillary sinuses, and a broken dorsum sellae. All alveoli are resorbed, and the LC alveolus is abscessed. It is unclear what the pathology is on this cranium. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is broken into two pieces at the right ramus. There are three open alveoli, but at these alveoli the teeth are missing. There is a lesion and resorption around where the RC alveolus was, and all alveoli are resorbed except for LI2-P3. The lingulae are basically absent (bilateral).

Full Record: x-96-11-035ab/035-RL.TIF

96-11-035AB

Right Lateral

This is a cranium that has very poor preservation. It is missing a large chip on the frontal bone from a calotte-nail. This cranium is large across the left orbital plate, and has many laterally loose structures. There is breakage which exposes the sphenoid and maxillary sinuses, and a broken dorsum sellae. All alveoli are resorbed, and the LC alveolus is abscessed. It is unclear what the pathology is on this cranium. The mandible associated with this cranium (b) is broken into two pieces at the right ramus. There are three open alveoli, but at these alveoli the teeth are missing. There is a lesion and resorption around where the RC alveolus was, and all alveoli are resorbed except for LI2-P3. The lingulae are basically absent (bilateral).