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Full Record: x-96-11-078/078-PO.TIF

96-11-078

Posterior

This is a cranium which is badly weathered. It is missing both zygomatic arches, as well as some of the right basiocciput and right temporal squama. The right parietal is heavily cracked. Dentally, this cranium retains only the LM1, a broken LP4 root, and a broken LM2 crown, which is stained a blue-green color, indicating presence of copper. This cranium has artificial deformation in the form of anterio-posterior flattening that is asymmetrical. This results in greater parietal protuberance on the left. There is a small, healed lesion or wound of the left intraorbital surface, with noticeable bony remodeling. Additionally, there is a hole in each tympanic plate, which is probably not the result of simply breakage, but failure to ossify properly. The right parietal foramen is obliterated, and the left is enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-078/078-RL.TIF

96-11-078

Right Lateral

This is a cranium which is badly weathered. It is missing both zygomatic arches, as well as some of the right basiocciput and right temporal squama. The right parietal is heavily cracked. Dentally, this cranium retains only the LM1, a broken LP4 root, and a broken LM2 crown, which is stained a blue-green color, indicating presence of copper. This cranium has artificial deformation in the form of anterio-posterior flattening that is asymmetrical. This results in greater parietal protuberance on the left. There is a small, healed lesion or wound of the left intraorbital surface, with noticeable bony remodeling. Additionally, there is a hole in each tympanic plate, which is probably not the result of simply breakage, but failure to ossify properly. The right parietal foramen is obliterated, and the left is enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-078/078-SU.TIF

96-11-078

Superior

This is a cranium which is badly weathered. It is missing both zygomatic arches, as well as some of the right basiocciput and right temporal squama. The right parietal is heavily cracked. Dentally, this cranium retains only the LM1, a broken LP4 root, and a broken LM2 crown, which is stained a blue-green color, indicating presence of copper. This cranium has artificial deformation in the form of anterio-posterior flattening that is asymmetrical. This results in greater parietal protuberance on the left. There is a small, healed lesion or wound of the left intraorbital surface, with noticeable bony remodeling. Additionally, there is a hole in each tympanic plate, which is probably not the result of simply breakage, but failure to ossify properly. The right parietal foramen is obliterated, and the left is enlarged.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080A-AN.TIF

96-11-080AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080AB-RL.TIF

96-11-080AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080B-AN.TIF

96-11-080AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080B-IN.TIF

96-11-080AB

Inferior

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080B-LL.TIF

96-11-080AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080B-PO.TIF

96-11-080AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080B-RL.TIF

96-11-080AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080B-SU.TIF

96-11-080AB

Superior

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080-DN.TIF

96-11-080AB

Mandibular Dentition

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080-DX.TIF

96-11-080AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080A-LL.TIF

96-11-080AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080A-PO.TIF

96-11-080AB

Posterior

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080A-RL.TIF

96-11-080AB

Right Lateral

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080A-SU.TIF

96-11-080AB

Superior

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080AB-AN.TIF

96-11-080AB

Anterior

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-080ab/080AB-LL.TIF

96-11-080AB

Left Lateral

Cranium (a) retains some teeth, though there is molar and incisor alveolar resorption. The cranial cavity is exposed at the right superior orbital surface. P3s each have two roots. Mandible (b) retains most teeth, though there is some alveolar resorption.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081A-AN.TIF

96-11-081AB

Anterior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081AB-LL.TIF

96-11-081AB

Left Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081AB-RL.TIF

96-11-081AB

Right Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081B-AN.TIF

96-11-081AB

Anterior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081B-IN.TIF

96-11-081AB

Inferior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081B-LL.TIF

96-11-081AB

Left Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081B-PO.TIF

96-11-081AB

Posterior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081B-RL.TIF

96-11-081AB

Right Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081B-SU.TIF

96-11-081AB

Superior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081-DN.TIF

96-11-081AB

Mandibular Dentition

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081-DX.TIF

96-11-081AB

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081A-IN.TIF

96-11-081AB

Inferior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081A-LL.TIF

96-11-081AB

Left Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081A-PO.TIF

96-11-081AB

Posterior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081A-RL.TIF

96-11-081AB

Right Lateral

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081A-SU.TIF

96-11-081AB

Superior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-081ab/081AB-AN.TIF

96-11-081AB

Anterior

Cranium’s (a) alveoli are all resorbed, though LM3 is partially erupted. There is healed blunt force trauma on the right frontal from around the boss to the sagittal suture. There is a bony eminence at bregma, and bony eminences along the sagittal suture, partly obliterating it. Bone of both orbits is thin or broken (dehiscent). There is a bony growth near pharyngeal tubercle on basiocciput. Bone at the juxtamastoid regions is extremely thin. Digastric grooves are deep. LM3 is impacted. Mandible’s (b) alveoli are resorbed. Lingulae are broad rather than sharp, and the right one is 'pronged'.

Full Record: x-96-11-082/082-AN.TIF

96-11-082

Anterior

Cranium retains only RM1-2 and LM1. The nasal bones appear completely fused (singular?). There is a very weakly-expressed Carabelli’s cusp on the first molars. A large wormian bone sits at the temporo-occipital suture. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused.

Full Record: x-96-11-082/082-DX.TIF

96-11-082

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium retains only RM1-2 and LM1. The nasal bones appear completely fused (singular?). There is a very weakly-expressed Carabelli’s cusp on the first molars. A large wormian bone sits at the temporo-occipital suture. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused.

Full Record: x-96-11-082/082-IN.TIF

96-11-082

Inferior

Cranium retains only RM1-2 and LM1. The nasal bones appear completely fused (singular?). There is a very weakly-expressed Carabelli’s cusp on the first molars. A large wormian bone sits at the temporo-occipital suture. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused.

Full Record: x-96-11-082/082-LL.TIF

96-11-082

Left Lateral

Cranium retains only RM1-2 and LM1. The nasal bones appear completely fused (singular?). There is a very weakly-expressed Carabelli’s cusp on the first molars. A large wormian bone sits at the temporo-occipital suture. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused.

Full Record: x-96-11-082/082-PO.TIF

96-11-082

Posterior

Cranium retains only RM1-2 and LM1. The nasal bones appear completely fused (singular?). There is a very weakly-expressed Carabelli’s cusp on the first molars. A large wormian bone sits at the temporo-occipital suture. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused.

Full Record: x-96-11-082/082-RL.TIF

96-11-082

Right Lateral

Cranium retains only RM1-2 and LM1. The nasal bones appear completely fused (singular?). There is a very weakly-expressed Carabelli’s cusp on the first molars. A large wormian bone sits at the temporo-occipital suture. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused.

Full Record: x-96-11-082/082-SU.TIF

96-11-082

Superior

Cranium retains only RM1-2 and LM1. The nasal bones appear completely fused (singular?). There is a very weakly-expressed Carabelli’s cusp on the first molars. A large wormian bone sits at the temporo-occipital suture. The spheno-occipital synchondrosis is unfused.

Full Record: x-96-11-083/083-AN.TIF

96-11-083

Anterior

Cranium is missing all teeth. On the right side, there are two supraoribtal foramina, and on the left there is a notch and foramen. There are abscesses about the molars. Temporal spines are prominent (eustachian-process-like). The median nuchal line is sharply excavated laterally just posterior to foramen magnum. The (broken) right lateral pterygoid plate is posteriorly extended, almost creating an accessory (‘pterygospinous’) foramen immediately medial to f. ovale. There are large auditory exostoses in the right external auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-083/083-DX.TIF

96-11-083

Maxillary Dentition

Cranium is missing all teeth. On the right side, there are two supraoribtal foramina, and on the left there is a notch and foramen. There are abscesses about the molars. Temporal spines are prominent (eustachian-process-like). The median nuchal line is sharply excavated laterally just posterior to foramen magnum. The (broken) right lateral pterygoid plate is posteriorly extended, almost creating an accessory (‘pterygospinous’) foramen immediately medial to f. ovale. There are large auditory exostoses in the right external auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-083/083-IN.TIF

96-11-083

Inferior

Cranium is missing all teeth. On the right side, there are two supraoribtal foramina, and on the left there is a notch and foramen. There are abscesses about the molars. Temporal spines are prominent (eustachian-process-like). The median nuchal line is sharply excavated laterally just posterior to foramen magnum. The (broken) right lateral pterygoid plate is posteriorly extended, almost creating an accessory (‘pterygospinous’) foramen immediately medial to f. ovale. There are large auditory exostoses in the right external auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-083/083-LL.TIF

96-11-083

Left Lateral

Cranium is missing all teeth. On the right side, there are two supraoribtal foramina, and on the left there is a notch and foramen. There are abscesses about the molars. Temporal spines are prominent (eustachian-process-like). The median nuchal line is sharply excavated laterally just posterior to foramen magnum. The (broken) right lateral pterygoid plate is posteriorly extended, almost creating an accessory (‘pterygospinous’) foramen immediately medial to f. ovale. There are large auditory exostoses in the right external auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-083/083-PO.TIF

96-11-083

Posterior

Cranium is missing all teeth. On the right side, there are two supraoribtal foramina, and on the left there is a notch and foramen. There are abscesses about the molars. Temporal spines are prominent (eustachian-process-like). The median nuchal line is sharply excavated laterally just posterior to foramen magnum. The (broken) right lateral pterygoid plate is posteriorly extended, almost creating an accessory (‘pterygospinous’) foramen immediately medial to f. ovale. There are large auditory exostoses in the right external auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-083/083-RL.TIF

96-11-083

Right Lateral

Cranium is missing all teeth. On the right side, there are two supraoribtal foramina, and on the left there is a notch and foramen. There are abscesses about the molars. Temporal spines are prominent (eustachian-process-like). The median nuchal line is sharply excavated laterally just posterior to foramen magnum. The (broken) right lateral pterygoid plate is posteriorly extended, almost creating an accessory (‘pterygospinous’) foramen immediately medial to f. ovale. There are large auditory exostoses in the right external auditory meatus.

Full Record: x-96-11-083/083-SU.TIF

96-11-083

Superior

Cranium is missing all teeth. On the right side, there are two supraoribtal foramina, and on the left there is a notch and foramen. There are abscesses about the molars. Temporal spines are prominent (eustachian-process-like). The median nuchal line is sharply excavated laterally just posterior to foramen magnum. The (broken) right lateral pterygoid plate is posteriorly extended, almost creating an accessory (‘pterygospinous’) foramen immediately medial to f. ovale. There are large auditory exostoses in the right external auditory meatus.