Neanderthal skull, from Guattari Cave, Italy, c50,000 BC. Damage to the base of the skull was previously interpreted as evidence of cannibalism, but is now understood to have been caused by scavenging animals. From the Pigorini Museum of Prehistory and Ethnography, Rome.
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