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European Upper Paleolithic Skull Described in a New York, Burial Mound

European Upper Paleolithic Skull Described in a New York, Burial Mound


The Occipital Bun in Early European Upper Paleolithic populations

History of Jefferson County, N.Y., 1878
This singular peculiarity, with that of broad flat jaws, retreating forehead, and great prominence of the occiput, which was common to most of these skulls, may hereafter afford some clue to their history.




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European Upper Paleolithic Skull Described in a New York, Burial Mound

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