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This cranium dates to approximately 9,000 years ago. It was discovered in 1996 along the Columbia River near Kennewick, Washington. The individual was given the name of Kennewick Man based on the location of its discovery. The cranium is part of a nearly complete skeleton, which is remarkably rare for this time period. You can learn more about this individual here.
This cranium measures approximately 8” long x 8” high, with a width of 6”. The speciemen has a cranial capacity slightly larger than many modern humans, which is similar to the slightly larger craniums found in some Polynesian and Asian populations.
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