General Information

Name: S14_5

Synonym Name(s): La Chaise 14

First Description: David, Piveteau 1953

Repository: Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Angoulême

Property Status: Ville d'Angoulême

Copyright Holder(s): Musée des Beaux-Arts d'Angoulême

Curator(s): Jean-Francois Tournepiche

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Taxon / Sex / Age Group

Taxon: Neanderthal

Sex: Undefined

Age Group: adult (20yrs or more)

 

Morphometrics

 

Pathology / Preservation

Pathology:

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Preserved Skeletal Party: deciduous molar dm2

Laterality: right

Polarity: lower

Preservation: fragmentary

Preservation Details: The two roots are broken.

Human Activity:

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Age Determination

Dating Abstract: This layer have been dated from Riss III by André Debénath (1974)

Dating Association: Relative Dating

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Discovery

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Unit: m

 

Linked Files / Pages

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Bibliography:

David, Piveteau 1953

Macchiarelli et al 2006

Teilhol 2001

Tillier, Genet-Varcin 1980

Multimedia Files:

STL_S14_5

SRmicroCT_S14_5

Linked Pages:

France - Neanderthal

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Additional Content

This tooth belongs to a set of eight teeth of a neandertalian child. The two roots are broken but don't show any fusion. * S14_1a : a lower right deciduous first molar * S14_1b : a lower right third premolar (germ) * S14_2 : a lower right deciduous central incisor * S14_3 : a lower right deciduous lateral incisor * S14_4 : a lower left deciduous first molar * S14_6 : a lower left third premolar (germ) * S14_7 : a lower right permanent first molar Metrics (formerly Measures) Available in Tillier, Genet-Varcin 1980

 

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