Die Schädelkalotte des Neanderthalers von Ochtendung/Osteifel - Archäologie, Paläoanthropologie und Geologie

Axel Von Berg, Silvana Condemi & Manfred Frechen
Parts of a cranial calotte of a hominide together with a convolute of three artifacts were discovered in a crater filling of the Wannenköpfe scoria complex close to the village of Ochtendung in the East Eifel area, Germany. Palaeoanthropological investigations indicate that the hominide remains correspond to the late phase of the Neanderthals evolution lineage, designated to represent the „Late" Pre-Neanderthals. Geological, chronological and archaeological investigations and the anatomic features of the cranium indicate an...