The Krapina Occipital Bones
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The Krapina fossils are the largest collection of Neandertals known, representing a unique opportunity to examine Neandertal variation at a single place and time. Because of the nature of the assemblage, knowledge about the collection as a whole must be obtained from the analyses of the individual skeletal elements. In this work I present a summary of a subset of the Krapina fragments, the occipital remains. I review their variation and briefly discuss them in the context of Neandertal posterior cranial vault anatomy.
Krapina, Occipital Bone, Posterior Cranial Vault Anatomy
Periodicum biologorum, Vol. 108, no. 3 (2006).
Članak, Izvorni Z., "The Krapina Occipital Bones" (2006). KIP Articles. 3106.