Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Human Evolution, Examination and analysis of fossils

Although it appears that at the time of discovery the remains of more than 10 individuals existed at Cro-Magnon, only fragments from some five individuals were preserved and studied, among them the cranium and mandible of a male about 50 years old. Considered representative of the Cro-Magnon type, this specimen is known as the �Old Man of Cro-Magnon.� Also preserved were skull