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Anatomically Modern Human - dated to ca. 95,000 years ago; from a cave in the flank of Mt. Precipice near Nazareth, Israel
Two bodies were found in 1969 close to one another, [to include] the skeleton of an adult (late adolescent), thought to be a female (Qafzeh 9).... [The mandible] has a distinct chin, but an orthognathic face. Qafzeh 9 offers the earliest evidence of associated mandibular and dental pathological conditions (i.e. non-ossifying fibroma of the mandible, pre-eruptive intracoronal resorption and osteochondritis dissecans of the temporomandibular joint) among early anatomically modern humans.