Collections

We are an expanding the lab and always appreciative of any cast or non-human osteological donations. Also, if you are interested in using our collection for teaching or research, or in volunteering, you may contact Dr. Miriam Belmaker at 918-631-3759 or the Department of Anthropology at 918-631-2348.

Human Osteological Collectionpaleolab humans

  • Modern Homo sapiens  fully articulated skeleton (1 Male, with arthritis throughout)
  • Modern Homo sapiens  fully articulated skeleton (1 Female, young adult)
  • Modern Homo sapiens  fully articulated skeleton (1 Male, young adult)
  • Modern Homo sapiens   disarticulated skeletons (5 females; 7 males)

Human Osteological Castsfemalearticulateddisplay2

All casts in this collection are reproductions made by Bone Clones.

  • African-American Female (4 skulls)
  • African-American Male (4 skulls)
  • Asian Male (3 skulls)
  • Robust Asian Male (1 skull)
  • Asian Female (4 skulls)
  • European Female (5 skulls)
  • European Male (5 skulls)
  • African Male (1 Skull)
  • Australian Aborigine Male (4 Skulls)

Paleoanthropological Casts

All casts in this collection are reproductions made by Bone Clones.

  • Australopithecus afarensis (8 skulls)
  • Australopithecus africanus (6 skulls)paleolab casts
  • Australopithecus aethiopicus (4 skulls)
  • Ardipithecus ramidus (4 skulls)
  • Aegyptopithecus zeuxis (4 skulls)
  • Proconsul (5 skulls)
  • Australopithecus robustus (4 skulls)
  • Australopithecus (Paranthropus) robustus (4 skulls)
  • Australopithecus boisei (male, 6 skulls)
  • Australopithecus boisei (female, 3 skulls)
  • Homo habilis (5 skulls)
  • Homo erectus (14 skulls)
  • Homo erectus (Pithecanthropus pekinensis) (4 skulls)
  • Homo ergaster (7 skulls)
  • Homo rudolofensis (4 skulls)05-26-15 anthropology labs-116
  • Homo heidelbergensis (11 skulls)
  • Homo neanderthalensis (16 skulls)
  • Homo neanderthalensis (juvenile, 3 skulls)
  • Homo antecessor (4 skulls)
  • Homo floresiensis (4 skulls)
  • Homo sapiens (Skhul 5, 4 skulls)
  • Homo sapiens idaltu (4 skulls)
  • Homo erectus modjokertensis (1 skull, ceramic, by Carolina Biologicals)
  • Sivapithecus indicus (4 skulls)
  • Sahelanthropus tchadensis (4 skulls)
  • Kenyanthropus platyops (3 skulls)heather and forensic skull

Human Pathology Casts
All casts in this collection are products of France Casting.

  • Osteoarthritis, showing severe exostosis with eburnation in the knee (4)
  • Periostitis of the right tibia (4)
  • Tuberculosis of the lower vertebral column (4)
  • Septic arthritis of the knee (4)
  • Osteoarthritis with occupational changes on the radial bone (1)
  • Deformation in the patella (1)
  • Syphilis of the femur (1)
  • Healed fracture of the femur (1)
  • Femur with signs of vitamin D deficiency (1)05-26-15 anthropology labs-120
  • Tibia with a healed fracture (1)
  • Pelvis malformation fusing to sacrum (1)

Forensic Casts
All casts in this collection are products of Bone Clones.

  • Trephined and bound skull (female, 4)
  • Hammer blows to skull (male, 4)
  • Machete wounds to skull (male, 4)
  • Multiple small-caliber gunshot wounds to skull (female, 4)
  • Single 32-caliber gunshot wound to skull (male, 4)

Human Age and Sex Casts
All casts in this collection are products of France Casting.skeleton belmaker

  • Dental Development of an eight year old (4)
  • Dental Development of a twelve year old (4)
  • Subadult (7.5-8.5 year old) osteological cast unarticulated (1)
  • Rib Age Determination set (1)
  • Gilbert-Suchey variations in the female Os Pubis (1)
  • Suchey-Brooks male instructional casts (1)
  • Sex determination field sampler (1)
  • Occipital age determination system (0-20 year old) (1)
  • Infant cranium for occipital age determination (1)
  • Subadult (1-2 year old) osteological cast unarticulated (1)
  • Infant aging materials (1)
  • Suchey-Brooks female instructional casts (1)

Primatology Collectionprimates
All casts and skeletons in this collection are products of Bone Clones and Skulls Unlimited.
Casts

  • Western Lowland Gorilla (Male, 4; Female 4)
  • Bornean Orangutan (Male, 4)
  • Orangutan (Female, 1)
  • Chimpanzee (Male, 4; Female, 4)
  • Pygmy Marmoset (4)
  • Sifaka Lemur (4)
  • Rhesus Macaque (Male, 4)
  • Crab-eating Monkey (Male, 4; Female 4)
  • Howler Monkey (Male, 4)
  • Tarsier (4)
  • Siamang (Male, 1; Female, 2)
  • Large Siamang (Male, 3)

Skeletons

  • White-browed Gibbon (Male, 1)
  • Malayan Flying Lemur (3)
  • White-handed Gibbon (Male, 6)

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