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Description Calvarium (Schaedeldach) "Sangiran II" (Original) of Homo erectus, collection Koenigswald, Senckenberg-Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Date 21 November 2007
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Author Gerbil
  • from: Sangiran, Java, Indonesia
  • discovery: 1937
  • age: about 1,5 mya
  • excavator: Gustav Heinrich Ralph von Koenigswald
  • Die Schädelkalotte gehört zu den ältesten Fossilien der Gattung Homo außerhalb Afrikas. It's one of the eldest fossils of genus Homo outside of Africa.


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