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Human Male Cranium with Mid-facial Blunt Force Trauma
BCH-816 $330.00

This adult male exhibits both extensive antemortem trauma (trauma sustained before death with evidence of healing) and perimortem trauma (trauma sustained just before death with no evidence of healing) likely caused by a blunt object. There are healed comminuted fractures of the face involving both nasals, maxillae, and the left zygomatic bone. Remarkably, the individual survived this injury, evidenced by the extensive healing in the mid-facial region. Fresh depressed fractures are present in the back of the skull at lambda (where the lambdoidal and sagittal sutures meet) and on the right and left parietals. There are traces of porotic hyperostosis and cribra orbitalia, both common lesions found in archaeological specimens thought to be caused by iron-deficiency anemia or hemolytic anemia. This cranium is an excellent example of blunt force trauma in the archaeological context and would be a valuable addition to anthropology programs focused on paleopathology, archaeology or forensics.

The Hrdlicka Paleopathology Collection is housed at the San Diego Museum of Man and consists of approximately 1000 human bone specimens exhibiting disease, trauma, and cranial surgery. Smithsonian anthropologist Ales Hrdlicka collected these specimens in Peru in 1913 for the 1915 Panama-California Exposition. Bone Clones, Inc. is grateful to the San Diego Museum of Man for exclusive casting rights to selected specimens.

Custom display stand available below.

Scientific Name Catalogue # Size Price
Homo sapiens BCH-816 7 ¾" L x 5 ½" W x 6 ¼" H 19.5L x 13.7W x 16H (cm) $330.00
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Shown here is a typical stand having a metal base and rod with a resin cradle, coated with thin rubber to prevent scratching and damage to paint on skull. Please note that the cradle is custom-made for each different specimen. Color and shape may vary from the sample shown.

Scientific Name Catalogue # Size Price
Display Stand S-BCH-816 5" X 3" $42.00

Bone Clones® bag for skulls and skeletal parts, useful for carrying and storing any number of Bone Clones® products. Its roomy 12" x 18" size makes it suitable for most human, hominid, and primate skulls, as well as many other medium-sized Bone Clones®. You can even use it for transporting your natural bone skulls. The soft grey flannel offers gentle protection and the sturdy braided cord provides a secure closure. If you're unsure whether a certain product will fit, feel free to contact us to check.

Catalogue # Size Price
BA-100 12" W x 18" L $12.50

Durable and economical corrugated plastic storage and carrying case for natural bone and replica human, great ape, and hominid skulls. This case is both attractive and lightweight. It includes a tab insert closure. This case ships flat and is easy to assemble.

Special handling fees may apply to this order. We will contact you with the amount prior to shipping.

Catalogue # Size Price
S-81 ID: 10 ½" L x 7 ½" W x 8 ½" D $32.00

The Premium Carrying Case for Human Skull is a durable storage and carrying case for human and fossil hominid skulls, as well as small, disarticulated bones and many other animal skulls. This case is both attractive and resilient. It is constructed of sturdy plywood, lined with foam, and covered with tough vinyl. Chrome hardware on each corner provides first-rate reinforcement and metal buckle clasps and lock assures closure and security.

(Skull Sold Separately)

Catalogue # Size Price
S-91 ID: 9 ½" L x 8" W x 6 ½" D; OD: 11" L x 9 ¾" W x 8" D $105.00
TOTAL 330.00
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