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1. On a Human Skeleton, with Prehistoric Objects, found at Great Casterton, Rutland. 2. On a Stone Cist containing a Skeleton and an Urn, found at Largs, Ayrshire

  • Robert Munro, John Abercromby and D. J. Cunningham

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page 294 note * Additional Note on the Neanderthal Skull, by Turner, William M.B., Quarterly Journal of Science, 1864, October, p. 758.

page 294 note † “Menschenreste aus einem Sambaqui von Santos in Brasilien unter Vergleichung der Fossilreste des Pithecanthropus erectus Dubois,” by Nehring, A., Verhandlungen der Berliner anthropologischen Gesellschaft, November 16, 1895.

page 295 note * See Turner, Logan, Accessory Sinuses of the Nose, Edinburgh, 1901; also Zuckerkandl, , Normale und Pathologische Anatomie der Nasenhöhle und ihrer pneumatischen Anhänge, 1 Bd. 2 Auflage, 1893.

page 296 note * “Studien über Pithecanthropus ereotus, Dubois,” by G. Schwalbe, Zeitschrit für Morphologie und Anthropologie, Band i. Heft 1.

page 297 note * “Ueber Pithecanthropus erectus, Dub.,” Zeitschrift f. Ethnologie, October 1895, Heft 6.

page 305 note * “Notes on a Human Skeleton found in a Cist with a Beaker Urn, and on the Cranial Form associated with that type of Ceramic,” Proc. Soc. Antiq. Scot., May 8, 1905. See also Prehistoric Human Skeletons found at Merthyr Mawr, Hepburn, Cardiff, 1905.

1. On a Human Skeleton, with Prehistoric Objects, found at Great Casterton, Rutland. 2. On a Stone Cist containing a Skeleton and an Urn, found at Largs, Ayrshire

  • Robert Munro, John Abercromby and D. J. Cunningham

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