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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTC47H3
Professor
Michael Schillaci
Semester
Fall

Description
ANTC47 Human & Primate Osteology Bones and Structures of the Skull 1) Frontal Zygomatic process Superciliary arches (humans only) Supraorbital notch Supraorbital margin Frontal crest Sagittal sulcus Metopic suture: on the frontal bone; mostly infants have this; rarely adults do 2) Parietal (You must be able to identify Left and Right) Sagittal sulcus: inside Meningeal grooves: inside; looks like veins Arachnoid Foveae Transverse (sigmoid) sulcus: inside the skull 3) Temporal (You must be able to identify Left and Right) Mastoid process Zygomatic process External auditory meatus Squama (squamous portion) Petrosal (petrous portion) Mandibular fossa (glenoid fossa) 4) Occipital Foramen magnum External occipital protuberance Occipital condyles nuchal lines: near the foramen magnum Transverse sulcus Sagittal sulcus Occipital crest (internal) 5) Sphenoid (looks like a butterfly) Body Greater wings Sella turcica: square-shaped 6) Ethmoid Cribriform plate: looks like cheese Crista gala: inside cribiform plate 7) Palatine (You must be able to identify L
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