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Full Record: x-96-11-004/004-FE4.TIF

96-11-004

Feature 4

Cranium’s zygomatics are broken and have been glued back on, many left teeth are present but some are broken. The dorsum sellae broken or resorbed, the left foramen ovale is enlarged while right f. ovale is bipartite, foramina spinosa not fully closed but open onto petrosals, deep digastric grooves create mitten-shaped mastoids, condylar foramen is present on the left side only, occiput is asymmetrically protuberant (toward left), there is healed blunt-force-trauma on the anteromedial corner of left parietal, there are bony growths off petrosals intruding into the sigmoid sinuses, minor osteophytes on the endocranial occipital and ectocranial frontal, hypoglossal canals are completely (left) and partially (right) bifurcated, and each orbital surface of the sphenoid greater-wings has a small, bony plate at the medial base of the optic fissure.

Full Record: x-96-11-004/004-FE5.TIF

96-11-004

Feature 5

Cranium’s zygomatics are broken and have been glued back on, many left teeth are present but some are broken. The dorsum sellae broken or resorbed, the left foramen ovale is enlarged while right f. ovale is bipartite, foramina spinosa not fully closed but open onto petrosals, deep digastric grooves create mitten-shaped mastoids, condylar foramen is present on the left side only, occiput is asymmetrically protuberant (toward left), there is healed blunt-force-trauma on the anteromedial corner of left parietal, there are bony growths off petrosals intruding into the sigmoid sinuses, minor osteophytes on the endocranial occipital and ectocranial frontal, hypoglossal canals are completely (left) and partially (right) bifurcated, and each orbital surface of the sphenoid greater-wings has a small, bony plate at the medial base of the optic fissure.

Full Record: x-96-11-004/004-FE6.TIF

96-11-004

Feature 6

Cranium’s zygomatics are broken and have been glued back on, many left teeth are present but some are broken. The dorsum sellae broken or resorbed, the left foramen ovale is enlarged while right f. ovale is bipartite, foramina spinosa not fully closed but open onto petrosals, deep digastric grooves create mitten-shaped mastoids, condylar foramen is present on the left side only, occiput is asymmetrically protuberant (toward left), there is healed blunt-force-trauma on the anteromedial corner of left parietal, there are bony growths off petrosals intruding into the sigmoid sinuses, minor osteophytes on the endocranial occipital and ectocranial frontal, hypoglossal canals are completely (left) and partially (right) bifurcated, and each orbital surface of the sphenoid greater-wings has a small, bony plate at the medial base of the optic fissure.

Full Record: x-96-11-004/004-FE7.TIF

96-11-004

Feature 7

Cranium’s zygomatics are broken and have been glued back on, many left teeth are present but some are broken. The dorsum sellae broken or resorbed, the left foramen ovale is enlarged while right f. ovale is bipartite, foramina spinosa not fully closed but open onto petrosals, deep digastric grooves create mitten-shaped mastoids, condylar foramen is present on the left side only, occiput is asymmetrically protuberant (toward left), there is healed blunt-force-trauma on the anteromedial corner of left parietal, there are bony growths off petrosals intruding into the sigmoid sinuses, minor osteophytes on the endocranial occipital and ectocranial frontal, hypoglossal canals are completely (left) and partially (right) bifurcated, and each orbital surface of the sphenoid greater-wings has a small, bony plate at the medial base of the optic fissure.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005A-AN.TIF

96-11-005AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005A-IN.TIF

96-11-005AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005A-LL.TIF

96-11-005AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005A-PO.TIF

96-11-005AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005A-RL.TIF

96-11-005AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005A-SU.TIF

96-11-005AB

Superior

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005AB-AN.TIF

96-11-005AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005AB-LL.TIF

96-11-005AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005AB-RL.TIF

96-11-005AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005B-5AN.TIF

96-11-005AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005B-LL.TIF

96-11-005AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005-FE1.TIF

96-11-005AB

Feature 1

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005B-PO.TIF

96-11-005AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005B-RL.TIF

96-11-005AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005-FE2.TIF

96-11-005AB

Feature 2

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005-FE3.TIF

96-11-005AB

Feature 3

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005-FE4.TIF

96-11-005AB

Feature 4

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005-FE5.TIF

96-11-005AB

Feature 5

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005-FE6.TIF

96-11-005AB

Feature 6

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005-MX.TIF

96-11-005AB

Maxillary Dental Arcade

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-005ab/005-SUB.TIF

96-11-005AB

Superior view of mandible

Cranium (a) with most teeth present but broken, large section of left vault missing, and the calotte separate. There is a large abscess above the RM2, and some or all of the RI1 and RM1-3 alveoli resorbed. The overall size diminutive and the features weakly developed (viz. mastoids), the pterygoid plates nearly contacting entoglenoid processes, the right sigmoid sinus and jugular notch are enlarged and deeply-excavated, the squamous temporal is extremely thin/open along the posterior branch of the right middle meningeal artery, the bony orbits are variously thinned or dehiscent, and the sphenoid 'spines' elongated medially so they appear blunted. This mandible is labeled as associated with the 5A cranium, but it fits poorly together with it, so it is unclear if they actually go together; it may also indicate that the individual suffered malocclusion. All teeth are present aside from the M3s, but many are broken. The M3 alveoli are empty, and appear to be resorbed. There may have been an abscess of the corpus linual to the LM3 alveolus. There are also some enamel hypoplasias, including on LC and RM2.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-AN.TIF

96-11-006A

Anterior

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-LL.TIF

96-11-006A

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-PO.TIF

96-11-006A

Posterior

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-RL.TIF

96-11-006A

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-SU.TIF

96-11-006A

Superior

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-DX.TIF

96-11-006A

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-FE1.TIF

96-11-006A

Feature 1

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-FE2.TIF

96-11-006A

Feature 2

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-FE3.TIF

96-11-006A

Feature 3

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-FE4.TIF

96-11-006A

Feature 4

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-FE5.TIF

96-11-006A

Feature 5

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-FE6.TIF

96-11-006A

Feature 6

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

Full Record: x-96-11-006a/006-IN.TIF

96-11-006A

Inferior

Cranium (a) with LM2-3, others alveoli are empty or resorbed. The RM2-3 may have been crowded and abscessed, orbits are relatively large and the inferior margins are somewhat raised above the infraorbital surfaces, superior orbital fissures are relatively broad and mediolaterally-shortened, there is a large bony protuberance on the left frontal squama. The sagittal suture deviates to the left as it reaches the coronal suture, which is itself asymmetrical. The styloid processes are diminutive. The occiput is anomalously and symmetrically protuberant (between lambdoidal and superior nuchal lines), there is a wormian bone in the right lambdoidal suture. LM3 is shortened mesiodistally, and broadened buccolingually. This cranium does not match the -006b mandible.

96-11-006B

96-11-006B

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

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Anterior

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

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE7.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 7

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

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE8.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 8

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

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE9.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 9

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

Full Record: x-96-11-007/007-FE10.TIF

96-11-007

Feature 10

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

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

96-11-007

Inferior

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

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

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Left Lateral

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

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

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Posterior

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

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

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Right Lateral

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

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

96-11-007

Superior

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

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

96-11-007

Maxillary Dentition

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