Homo erectus: Java Man skull cap cast replica Trinil.
Java Man (Homo erectus erectus, formerly also Anthropopithecus erectus, Pithecanthropus erectus) is an early human fossil discovered in 1891 and 1892 on the island of Java (Dutch East Indies, now part of Indonesia). ... Despite Dubois's argument, few accepted that Java Man was a transitional form between apes and humans.
Indonesia's "Java Man"
While searching for fossils in Java, physician Eugène Dubois uncovered the tophalf of a skull in 1891. This skull, Trinil 2, is long, with a flat forehead and distinct browridges and a sagittal keel, though many of its features have been worn flat with age. Dubois named a new species, Pithecanthropus erectus after this specimen in 1894, but Ernst Mayr reassigned Trinil 2
(and Sinanthropus pekinensis (Peking man) to Homo erectus in the 1950s.
This is the skull cap from the original Homo erectus find in Trinil Java. If this item is not in stock please allow two weeks production time.
This is not a sculpture this is an actual replica made from the original fossil. You will not find this item available commercially anywhere.