posted on Apr, 27 2007 @ 02:15 AM
Not sure about the ears being down so low on the head, though.
Also, notice the lower, outside portion of the orbital socket...there is a ridge that rises up sharply, then drops off. There is virtually no
zygomatic structure on the face, even though the lower maxillae is missing you can still notice it.
The atrophied sinus cavity? I would bet that there were little to no teeth. Look how low the ears are. This person didn't eat normally. The act
of chewing would fill the inner ear with saliva and food. The ear infections alone would have killed this child before its first year were it to
drink mothers milk.
Too bad we are missing the upper jaw area.
Tommy, i don't know how to PM you or anything...and i don't know any other way to answer your question other than to post it in this thread. Sorry
for the straying from topic.
Here is a crystal skull..the one i refer to:
More on this page:
And, you mention a mold? Check this out:
Not sure what you would need as far as a mold...but they have one. Wonder if they are fanatical enough (either the holder of the actual
Mitchell-Hedges skull that i refer to, or the owner of the mold)?
Make sure you let us know if you get to do it. i would be very, very interested. maybe we will see you on TV talking about your work?