The famous Mammoth from Predmosti - cast of resin Without pedestal

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Seller: biologus (333) 100%, Location: Brno, the Czech Republic, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 173508631707 Normal 0 21 Item without stand. Normal 0 21 Normal 0 21 This item has two versions, one without stand and the second one with stand (more expensive) - see my whole ebay offer. Normal 0 21 Length 11 cm (= ± 421⁄64in) Content of this item:*The exact cast of Mammoth from Predmosti Wooden pedestal (with wires) *DVD with the literature about paleolithic artifacts*A small bonus - a cast of artifact Profesionaly made (resin) cast replica, scientific exact copy. This copy is really exact cast, so it has the same size and shape as its original. The famous Mammoth from Predmosti site – casts of resin Amount here is for air mail shipping to the USA, inside the EU is lower. You can ask in advance. Overpaid shipping I return immediately after sending the parcel. Replicas are made as it casting allows , with maximum care, professionally, after 28-year practice , depending on the nature of the final product. The overall appearance is lead to imitation of the original look. If you feel that the replica does not match your expectations or what the item offers, please contact me and you will be refunded. You have one month full money back guarantee. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Předmostí u Přerova Archeological site Clay dune - clay pit of Chromecek Highest point Elevation 250 m (820 ft) Prominence 35 m (115 ft) Coordinates 49°27′56″N 17°26′23″ECoordinates: 49°27′56″N 17°26′23″E Dimensions Area 37 acres (15 ha) Geography Předmostí u Přerova Location in Přerov, Moravia, Czech Republic, Location Czech Republic—Moravia Parent range Moravian Gate/Oderské vrchy Geology Age of rock Late Pleistocene Skeleton discovered in the last archaeological exploration 2006 Předmostí (Skalka) (often without diacritics as Predmosti or Predmost), situated in the north western part of Přerov, Moravia near the city districts Předmostí of Přerov, is an important Late Pleistocene Cro-Magnon hill site of Central Europe. A fossil site at Předmostí is located near Přerov in the country Moravia of what is today the Czech Republic. The site was discovered in the late 19th century. Excavations were conducted between 1884 and 1930. As the original material was lost. The skeletal remains of the few dozen people from Předmostí are among the most important finds ever made of anatomically modern humans, and are accompanied by items from the Gravetian culture. A major restriction on the opportunities available for extracting information from this Upper Paleolitic population assemble, however, came with the irreparable damage done to the skeletal material during fire at Mikulov castle in the course of World War II. For many years, the only sources of scientific information relating to the assemblage available were two - volume work by Jindřich Matiegka (1934 and 1938) and casts made of the skulls of individuals Předmostí 3 and Předmostí 4, and the endokrania of individuals Předmostí 3, 4, 9 and 101, in the collection of Moravian Museum in Brno. New excavations were conducted. The Předmostí site appear to have been a living area with associated burial ground with some 20 burials, including 15 complete human interments, and portions of five others, representing either disturbed or secondary burials. Cannibalism has been suggested to explain the apparent subsequent disturbance,[1] though it is not widely accepted. The non-human fossils are mostly mammoth. Many of the bones are heavily charred, indicating they were cooked. Other remains include fox, reindeer, ice-age horse, wolf, bear, wolverine, and hare. Remains of three dogs were also found, one of which had a mammoth bone in its mouth. The Předmostí site is dated to between 24,000 and 27,000 years old. The people were essentially similar to the French Cro-Magnon finds. Though undoubtedly modern, they had robust features indicative of a big-game hunter lifestyle. They also share square eye socket openings found in the French material. History of research Předmostí 9 skull, destroyed in 1945 It was here that Jindřich Wankel, and shortly afterwards K.J. Maška himself, conducted their excavations. Two years after the words above were written, the endeavours of K.J. Maška – an amateur archeologist with a professional approach-were crowned by the discovery of human bones on an unprecedented scale, together with the first find of a human lower jaw made by Wankel in 1884 and the later finds of M. Kříž (1886) and K. Absolon (1929), there were the fossil human remains discovered at Předmostí. Condition: “No defect - Cast of resin”, Material: Resin

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