Sinanthropus Skull

Homo erectus pekinensis (Pithocanthropus pekinensis). Representation of early man. Year of discovery: 1928. Location of discovery: a cave in Choukoutien in the vicinity of Peking. Age: 400,000 years. New model mounted on unique base shaped to display jaw in the correct position and with depiction of the original finding on the back.

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La Chapelle aux Saints Skull

Homo sapiens neanderthalensis (classic Neanderthal). Representative of early man. Year of discovery: 1908. Location of discovery: Southern France. Age: 35,000-45,000 years.
New model mounted on unique base shaped to display jaw in the correct position and with depiction of the original finding on the back.

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Cro Magnon Skull

Homo sapiens. Representative of ice-age human. Year of discovery: 1868. Location of discovery: a cave in Viser valley in Southern France. Age: 20,000-30,000 years. New model mounted on unique base shaped to display jaw in the correct position and with depiction of the original finding on the back.

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Steinheim Skull

Homo sapiens praesapiens. Reconstruction. Year of discovery: 1933. Location of discovery: Steinheim on the Murr, near Stuttgart. Age:200,000 years. New model mounted on unique base shaped with depiction of the original finding on the back.

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Broken Hill Skull

Homo erectus rhodesiensis. Representative of early man. Year of discovery: 1921. Location of discovery: North-West Rhodesia. Age: 40,000 years.
New model mounted on unique base shaped with depiction of the original finding on the back.

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Oldoway H5 Skull

Australopithecus boisei (Zinjanthropus boisei). Discovery group: Australopithecus (ancient man).
Year of discovery:1959. Location of discovery: Oldoway Bay, East Africa. Age: 1,750,000 years. New model mounted on unique base shaped to display jaw in the correct position and with depiction of the original finding on the back.


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