Johanson, D. T.,& Edgar, B. (1996) From Lucy to Language. New York: Simon & Schuster Editions
Fossil Item Type Metadata
July 4, 1938
Specimen/Species Time Range
Specimen Data (Morphology)
This specimen is a juvenile partial skeleton. There are 150 pieces . This specimen died around age 9 but had developed many of the distinctive features to distinguish it as Neanderthal. The specimen had a large face and nasal region. It has a large developing brow ridge and receding forehead. This specimen has a large cranium, and a lower jaw with no chin. The cranial capacity is 1500cc which is high for boys in this age group.
Gremyatsky, M. A., & Nestourkh, M. F. (1949) Teshik- Tash: Paleolithic Man. Moscow University Publishers
- Date Added
- April 16, 2017
- Early Homo Group 3
- Item Type
- “Homo neanderthalensis,” Hominid Fossil Repository, accessed February 19, 2020, http://projects.leadr.msu.edu/hominidfossils/items/show/66.