3B Scientific® Hominid Skull Reproductions

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3B Scientific® Hominid Skull Reproductions
Models Human Biology Models Human Anatomy Models
Beautifully displayed hominid reproductions.

  • Each replica is supplied with an individual stand
  • Stand is embossed with a map of the discovery location
3B Scientific's range of anthropological skulls has been newly reissued in its entirety. The results are plain to see. The Steinheim skull model is the finest casting produced from scientifically made copies of specimens featured in the collection at the Institute of Anthropology and Human Genetics for Biologists at the Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main, Germany. This means that all the details in each anthropological skull can be reproduced absolutely accurately. This Steinheim unique replica is supplemented by having it displayed on a pedestal that contains a relief map of the geographical area where the specimen was found.

The Steinheim ( Homo steinheimnensis) skull model is a detailed casting from Berkhemer's reconstruction (1936, skull with no jawbone). The Steinheim replica was modeled after an original skull from a forerunner of Neanderthal man,speices Homo (sapiens) steinheimensis. The original skull from this ancestor of modern humans is aged between about 25 and 35 at time of death and was discovered in a gravel in Steinheim, southern Germany, in 1933. Forerunner of a Neanderthal man or an ancient Homo sapiens. Discovered at: a gravel pit near Steinheim an der Mur, Germany Discovery: 1933 Age: approximately 250,000 years

The Broken Hill human skull model is an accurate casting of a reconstruction from an original specimen that was discovered in a iron ore working at Broken Hill, in north west Rhodesia (modern-day Kabwe in Zambia). It is an example of the early human, of the species Homo sapiens rhodesiensis or a Homo erectus rhodesiensis, the skull having features that point to both these classifications. For this reason, there is debate in the estimates of the early human specimen's age, based on differing scientific assumptions. Discovery: 1921 Age: probably 150,000 to 300,000 years old. Previous estimates were of 40,000 to 60,000 years.



   
 

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