Hominid Skull Collection, 17 Skulls (save $500)

Hominid Skull Collection, 17 Skulls (save $500)

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This is a collection of 17 of the more fameous Homidid skulls found all over the world.

The skulls include but may not be pictured. See individual skull pages for more and better photos.

1. LUCY Skull reconstruction. (Australopithecus afarencis), specimen #288-1. 3-4 million year old. 

2. Peruvian Lady Skull, (Homo sapiens), Conical-shaped bound cranium of ancient Peru. Probably Inca 1438-1572. 

3. SW Amerind Skull, Cradle-flattened cranium back. Historical American Indian. 

4. Adapis Skull from a prosimian of Eocene North America and Europe. Late Eocene Age. 

5. Skhul 5 Homo sapiens Skull. Considered by many authorities as the hybridization of Neanderthal and modern human. 1929-34. Mount Carmel, Palestine. 100,000 years. 

6. The Black Skull, (Australopithecus aethopicus). The manganese-stained cranium of the distinct evolutionary hominid lineage of 2.5 million years ago. Lake Turkana, North Kenya. 

7. Taung Child Skull reconstruction. (Australopithecus africanus). 2.5 million years. 

8. (Homo habilis) Skull, specimen #KNM-ER 1470. (Homo rudolfensis). 1.8 to 1.9 million years ago. Adult Cranium. Koobi Fora, Kenya. Described by R.E.F. Leakey, 1972. 

9. Peking Man Skull. (Homo erectus). 200,000 to 780,000 years. 

10. (Neanderthal) Skull. Forbes Quarry. Pleistocene European hominids of the early part of the last Glaciation, 110-125 thousand years ago. Forbes Quarry, Gibraltar, 1948. 40,000 to 400,000 years. 

11. (Homo habilis) Skull, specimen # KNM-ER. A distinctive small face, teeth and braincase identify it from other Koobi Fora crania, Koobi Fora Kenya. 1.9 million years. 

12 . (Rooneyia omomyid) Skull. A fossil tarsiform primate of Europe and North America of the earliest Eocene age. 55 million years. 

13. (Proconsul) Skull. Cranium from an ancestral homin. Early Miocene of East Africa, 22 million years. M.D. Leakey, 1948. 

14. (Zinjanthropus) Skull, (Australopithecus boisei). 1.8 million year old adult cranium of Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania by Mary Leakey.

15. Mrs. Ples Skull, (Australopithecus africanus), specimen # STS 5. 2.5 million years. 

16. (Cro-Magnon) I Skull. Homo sapiens. 30,000 year-old cranium of a middle age male. The earliest definitive modern human from Western Europe. Cro-Magnon, France. 

17. (Homo ergaster) Skull, specimen #KNM-ER 3733 Skull. Confirmed the coexistence of Homo and Australopithecus in Eastern Africa. Considered a female. Koobi Fora, Kenya. 1.6 million years. 

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