DescriptionThe most complete skull from a rich Spanish cave site, Atapuerca 5 dysplays such incipient Neanderthal traits as a projecting midface, double-arched, browridge, iflated cheekcbones, and a gap behind the third molar.
Casting materialsPolyurethane resin
HistoryLocation: Sima de los Huesos, Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain. Age: 300.000years old; Discoverer: Juan-Luis Arsuaga (1993).
ReferencesArsuaga et al. 1993 Nature 362:534-537.
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