Four boxes of human remains: male, 30-35 years of age, excavated in extended, supine position with head oriented towards the South-East: partial cranium with sixteen loose fragments; one loose canine tooth; near complete mandible; partial right scapula with one fragment; one fragment of right clavicle; near complete left clavicle; five fragments of sternum; thirty three fragments of right rib; seventeen fragments of left rib; partial right humerus; near complete left humerus; partial right radius and ulna; near complete left ulna; partial left radius; nine fragmentary right hand bones; twenty one fragmentary left hand bones; fourteen fragments of vertebrae; two fragments of cervical vertebrae; thirteen fragments of thoracic vertebrae; three fragments of possible vertebrae; ten fragments of sacrum; partial right innominate with two fragments; near complete left innominate with one fragment; near complete right femur; near complete left femur; near complete right and left patella; partial right tibia; thirteen fragments of right fibula; seventeen fragments of left tibia and fibula; five partial right foot bones including calcaneum and talus; near complete left calcaneum and talus with two fragments of foot bone. Lambdoid wormian bones.
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