Saldanha skull, Smithsonian Natural History Museum
|Common name||Saldanha man|
|Place discovered||Hopefield, South Africa|
|Discovered by||Ronald Singer|
Saldanha man also known as Saldanha cranium or Elandsfontein cranium are fossilized remains of a hominid species believed to be Homo heidelbergensis. The remains were found in Elandsfontein, located in the Hopefield of South Africa. To date it remains the southernmost hominid find.
- Tappen, NC (1979). "Studies on the condition and structure of bone of the Saldanha fossil cranium". American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 50 (4): 591–603. doi:10.1002/ajpa.1330500410. PMID 111559.
- Singer, Ronald (1954). "The saldanha skull from Hopefield, South Africa". American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 12 (3): 345–62. doi:10.1002/ajpa.1330120309. PMID 13207329.
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