General Information

Name: Ehringsdorf H

Synonym Name(s): 1039/69, Weimar-Ehringsdorf H, Ehringsdorf 9, 1024-32/69

First Description: Wiegers, Weidenreich & Schuster 1928

Repository: Thüringisches Landesamt für Archäologische Denkmalpflege mit Museum für Ur- und Frühgeschichte

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Cultural Attribution: Middle Palaeolithic

Geochronological Attribution: OIS5

 

T axon / Sex / Age Group

Taxon: Neanderthal

Sex: Undefined

Age Group: undetermined

 

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Bibliography: Vlcek 1993; Oakley et al. 1971; Lindig 1934; Kleinschmidt 1931; Schwartz & Tattersall 2002; Virchow 1920; Behm-Blancke 1960; Wiegers, Weidenreich & Schuster 1928

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The calvaria H has been reconstructed in a number of different ways. Vlcek (1993) concluded that Ehringsdorf H is of essentially modern architecture, closer to moderns (and to Steinheim and Swanscombe) than to Neanderthals. However, e.g. Smith (1984) found most similarities with Neanderthals. The cranial capacity was estimated by Olivier and Tissier (1975) with 1450 cc.

FragmentCatalogue NumberBone
H11024/69frontal
H21025/69frontal
H31026/69left temporal
H41027/69left parietal
H51028/69left parietal
H61029/69left parietal
H71030/69left parietal
H81031/69right parietal
H91032/69occipital
H101039/69left parietal

(Behm-Blancke 1960: Tafel XXXIV und XXXV)