Description of Parts of a Human Skeleton from Pleistocene (Paleolithic) Bed, Tilbury, Essex

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                                <u>Description of the Plates <\u>
Left side-view of calvarium and mandible./
a. Frontal.
b. Parietal.
c. Frontal sinus.
d. Coronal suture.
e. Temporal ridge.
f. External angular process.
<s>Frontal sinus <\s>.
g. Orbit.
h. Nasal bone.
i. Nasal process of maxillary.
[j] Left ramus of mandible.
k. Neck of condyle.
l. Coronoid process.
m. Angle.
n. Mental foramen,
o. Broken sockets of incisors, <u>i <\u>1, <u>i<\u>2, canine, <u>c<\u>; premolar, <u>p <\u>3.
Fig. 3. Outer side view of second incisor,
<u>a<\u> Grinding surface.
Fig. 4. Outer side view of canine,
<u>a<\u> Grinding surface.
Fig. 5. Outer side view of first premolar.
Fig. 6. Front view of frontal bone.
Right side view of calvarium, with inner side view of left ramus of mandible.
Fig. 1. The same letters indicate the same parts as in fig. 1, <u>Plate <\u> I.
Fig.2. Left ramus of mandible, inner side view.
p. Inferior dental canal.
q. Mylo-hyoid canal.
Figs. 3, 4 & 5, inner side view of <u>i <\u>2, <u>c<\u>, & <u>p <\u>: <u>a<\u> marks the commencement of de-
cay in the incisor and premolar.
                            
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Author
Richard Owen
Reference
AP/62/6
Series
AP
Date
1883
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Description of Parts of a Human Skeleton from Pleistocene (Paleolithic) Bed, Tilbury, Essex, 1883. From The Royal Society, AP/62/6

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