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Full Record: x-1589/1589

Clay human figurine.

ca. 1948

35mm slide: 309

1589

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Star Carr misc. Flakes and blades

35mm slide: 10405

15890

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Star Carr awls.

35mm slide: 10406

15891

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Star Carr burins.

35mm slide: 10407

15892

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Star Carr micro-burins.

35mm slide: 10408

15893

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Star Carr burins and scraper burins.

35mm slide: 10409

15894

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Star Carr scrapers.

35mm slide: 10410

15895

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Star Carr tanged flakes.

35mm slide: 10411

15896

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Star Carr flint adzes and sharpening flakes.

35mm slide: 10412

15897

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Star Carr barbed antler points.

35mm slide: 10413

15898

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Star Carr barbed antler points.

35mm slide: 10414

15899

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Cahokia Museum.

35mm slide: 18211

159

Full Record: x-1590/1590

Engraved shell. Slipper shaped shell gorget.

ca. 1948

35mm slide: 310

1590

Full Record: x-15900/15900

Star Carr barbed antler points.

35mm slide: 10415

15900

Full Record: x-15901/15901

Star Carr barbed antler points.

35mm slide: 10416

15901

Full Record: x-15902/15902

Oreopithecus.

35mm slide: 10417

15902

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Pelvis: Oreopithecus, Langur and Chimpanzee.

35mm slide: 10418

15903

Full Record: x-15904/15904

Fig. 1 - Facial and top views of female skulls of Australopithecus (left) and Paranthropus (right). The former is represented by Sts. 5 from Sterkfontein whil eht Paranthropus illustations are based mainlyl on Sk. 48 from Swartkrans.

35mm slide: 10419

15904

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Side view of Australopithecus and Paranthropus.

35mm slide: 10420

15905

Full Record: x-15906/15906

Mandibular body contours in A, Australopithecus; B, Paranthropus; C, "Telanthropus"; and D, Homo Sapiens (American white). Both australopithecines have narrow interramal distance anteriorly; "Telanthropus" has the hominine condition in this respect.

35mm slide: 10421

15906

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Zinjanthropus. National Geographic Society, 1962

35mm slide: 10422

15907

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Pithecanthropus erectus.

1959

35mm slide: 10423

15908

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Pithecanthropus pekinensis.

35mm slide: 10424

15909

Full Record: x-1591/1591

Clay human figurine.

ca. 1948

35mm slide: 311

1591

Full Record: x-15910/15910

Pithecanthropus pekinensis (after Carrington).

1963

35mm slide: 10425

15910

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Steinheim and Swanscombe.

35mm slide: 10427

15911

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Contrast between Home sapiens and Homo neandertal.

35mm slide: 10428

15912

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Neandertal, Combe Grenal.Dordogne

35mm slide: 10429

15913

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Neandertal reconstruction by Z. Burian.

35mm slide: 10430

15914

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Neandertal.

35mm slide: 10431

15915

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Neandertal.

35mm slide: 10432

15916

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Neandertal by Wandel.

35mm slide: 10433

15917

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Neandertal by Wandel.

35mm slide: 10434

15918

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Neandertal by Wandel.

35mm slide: 10435

15919

Full Record: x-1592/1592

Seip Mound, Burial 2 -- Trumpeter swan cut from tortoise shell. 6" long

Effigy of a swan cut from tortoise shell. It has a very long neck that curves back along the length of the body. Features of the face are distinct; there is an upper and lower beak and a hole measuring 7.3 mm in diameter that represents an eye. Projections at the distal end indicate feathers. The tortoiseshell is yellowish red, yellow and black in color. The effigy has been bro

ca. 1948

35mm slide: 312

1592

Full Record: x-15920/15920

Neandertal by Wandel.

35mm slide: 10436

15920

Full Record: x-15921/15921

Neandertal by M. Wilson

35mm slide: 10437

15921

Full Record: x-15922/15922

Neandertal and Spelaeus.

35mm slide: 10438

15922

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Teshik-Tash juvenile reconstruction by Gerasimov.

35mm slide: 10439

15923

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Mousterian burial, Teshik-Tash, Uzbekistan.

35mm slide: 10440

15924

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Neandertal, Shanidar I.

35mm slide: 10441

15925

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Neandertal, Shanidar I.

35mm slide: 10442

15926

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Skuhl V

35mm slide: 10443

15927

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Broken Hill.

35mm slide: 10444

15928

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Broken Hill.

35mm slide: 10445

15929

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engraved bone -- Harness Mound.

Decorated bone, possibly from a bear, is very pale brown and gray in color. Sculpted in low relief on the bone are a raven's head and a stylized hand or feathers. The areas in negative relief were painted yellowish red. Each end of the bone has holes drilled on either side and the bone has been hollowed out. There is some pitting and discoloration on the bird's head. -(from Ohio Historical Society website)

ca. 1948

35mm slide: 313

1593

Full Record: x-15930/15930

Homo neandertalensis solo var.

35mm slide: 10446

15930

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Homo sapiens, male, Fiji.

35mm slide: 10447

15931

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Australian, Eskimo, and African Negro.

35mm slide: 10448

15932

Full Record: x-15933/15933

Side view of two adult male lowland gorillas and sections of the same showing frequent variations.

35mm slide: 10449

15933