Homo erectus Skull from Dmanisi, GeogriaYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Dmanisi 2700 and 2735 are a cranium and mandible discovered at the site of Dmanisi, Georgia. These two are referred to as Skull 3 because they are the third skull (of 5) discovered. They date to 1.77 million years ago. This was likely an adolescent female based on the cranium’s slight (gracile) facial structure. Others think it may be male based on the relatively large canines. What do you think?
The cranium measures 8” long, 5” high, and 5” wide. The cranial capacity is 600 cc, which is on the low side of the range of other H. erectus specimens from Africa at this time.
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