1770 (mummy) 1770, otherwise known as Mummy 1770 or Mummy No. 1770, was that of a female Egyptian mummy which was approximately 13 or 14 at the time of death.
Altamura Man Altamura Man is the 400,000-year-old calcified remains of hominid species believed to be Homo heidelbergensis.
Asselar man Asselar Man is a neolithic skeleton discovered by Theodore Monod and Wladimir Besnard (in various sources incorrectly named M.M. Besnard or M.V. Besnard) in 1927, in the Adrar des Ifoghas, near ...
Atacama skeleton Ata is the skeletal remains of a human found in a deserted town in the Atacama Desert, Chile in 2003.
Balangoda Man Balangoda Man (Homo sapiens balangodensis) refers to hominins from Sri Lanka's late Quaternary period.
Batavus genuinus Batavus genuinus was the name given in 1828 by the Göttinger professor J.F. Blumenbach to a human skull from the island of Marken in the Netherlands.
Borremose bodies Borremose bodies (Bor-EM-oh-SA) is the collective name for three bog bodies found in the Borremose peat bog in Himmerland, Denmark.
Buhl woman Buhla is the name for a skeleton of a prehistoric (Paleo-Indian) woman found in a quarry near Buhl, Idaho, United States, in January 1989.
Buhl Woman Buhla is the name for a skeleton of a prehistoric (Paleo-Indian) woman found in a quarry near Buhl, Idaho, United States, in January 1989.
Cashel Man bog body Cashel Man is a bog body from Bord na Móna Cúl na Móna bog near Cashel in County Laois, Ireland.
Charlie (skeleton) Charlie is the name given to a Neolithic skeleton of a three-year-old child found near the ancient stone circle of Avebury.
Cheddar Man Cheddar Man is the name given to the remains of a human male found in Gough's Cave in Cheddar Gorge, Somerset, England.
Chemnitz Tar Mummy The Chemnitz Tar Mummy is a mummified human body which has been on display at the Saxon Museum of Industry in Chemnitz since 2003.
Cherchen Man Cherchen Man or Chärchän Man is a mummy discovered near the town of Qiemo (Cherchen) in the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, western China.
Children of Llullaillaco The Children of Llullaillaco or Children of the Cold are mummies discovered by Dr. Johan Reinhard and his archaeological team on 16 March 1999 at Mount Llullaillaco, which lies on the bo...
Chinchorro mummies The Chinchorro mummies are mummified remains of individuals from the South American Chinchorro culture, found in what is now northern Chile and southern Peru.
Cladh Hallan Cladh Hallan is an archaeological site on the island of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland.
Clonycavan Man Clonycavan Man is the name given to a well-preserved Iron Age bog body found in Clonycavan, Ballivor, County Meath, Ireland in March 2003.
Cro-Magnon 1 Cro-Magnon 1 is a fossilized human skull of the sub-species Homo sapiens sapiens.
Dali (fossil) The Dali Skull, or Dali Man (大荔人), is a nearly complete fossilized skull, probably representing an early form of Archaic Homo sapiens which lived in the Late Middle Pleistocene period.
Damendorf Man Damendorf Man is a German bog body discovered in 1900 in the See Moor at the village Damendorf in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
Denisova hominin Denisova hominins or Denisovans, are Paleolithic-era members of a species of Homo or subspecies of Homo sapiens.
Denisovan Denisovans or Denisova hominins are Paleolithic-era members of a species of Homo or subspecies of Homo sapiens.
Elling Woman The Elling Woman is a bog body discovered in 1938 west of Silkeborg, Denmark.
Fire Mummies The Fire Mummies of the Philippines, also known as the Kabayan Mummies, Benguet Mummies, or Ibaloi Mummies, are a group of mummies found in Kabayan, a town in the northern part of the Philippines.
Gawis cranium The Gawis cranium is a portion of a fossil hominid skull discovered on February 16, 2006 near the drainage of Gawis, a tributary of the Awash River in the Afar Depression, Ethiopia.
Girl of the Uchter Moor The Girl of the Uchter Moor also known as Moora is the name given to the female Iron Age bog body remains, discovered in 2000 in the marshland near Uchte, Germany.
Gristhorpe Man The remains of Gristhorpe Man were found buried in a coffin in Gristhorpe, North Yorkshire, England.
Guanche mummies Guanche mummies are the intentionally desiccated remains of members of the indigenous Guanche people of the Canary Islands.
Herculaneum Located in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius, Herculaneum (Italian: Ercolano) was an ancient Roman town destroyed by volcanic pyroclastic flows in 79 AD. Its ruins are located in the commune of E...
Heslington Brain The Heslington Brain is a 2,600-year-old human brain found inside a skull buried in a pit in Heslington, Yorkshire, in England.
Hofmeyr Skull The Hofmeyr Skull is a specimen of a 37,000 year old human skull found in 1952.
Homo floresiensis Homo floresiensis ("Flores Man"; nicknamed "hobbit" and "Flo") is an extinct species in the genus Homo.
Homo gardarensis Homo gardarensis was the name mistakenly given to partial remains found in a burial at Garðar, Greenland in a 12th-century Norse settlement.
Homo gautengensis Homo gautengensis is a hominin species proposed by biological anthropologist Darren Curnoe in 2010.
Homo sapiens idaltu Homo sapiens idaltu is an extinct subspecies of Homo sapiens that lived almost 160,000 years ago in Pleistocene Africa.
Huldremose Woman Huldremose Woman, or Huldre Fen Woman, is a bog body recovered in 1879 from a peat bog near Ramten, Jutland, Denmark.
Jersey Mummy In 1835, John Gosset from Jersey, Channel Islands, took an expedition to Thebes, Egypt, and returned with various artifacts and a mummy (the Jersey Mummy).
John of Anina Nicknamed "Ion din Anina" (John of Anina), his remains (the lower jaw) are some 40,000 years old.
Kayhausen Boy Bog bodies, which are also known as bog people, are the naturally preserved human corpses found in the sphagnum bogs in Northern Europe.
Kebara Cave Kebara Cave (Hebrew: מערת כבארה Me'arat Kebbara, Arabic: مغارة الكبارة Mugharat al-Kabara) is an Israeli limestone cave locality of the Wadi Kebara, situated at 60 - 65 metres ASL on the...
Kennewick Man Kennewick Man is the name for the skeletal remains of a prehistoric man found on a bank of the Columbia River in Kennewick, Washington, on July 28, 1996.
Koelbjerg Woman The Koelbjerg Woman is the oldest known bog body and also the oldest set of human bones found in Denmark, dated to the time of the Maglemosian culture around 8000 BC. Her remains are held in the Fyns Oldtid museum in Hollufgård in Odense, Denmark.
Kwäday Dän Ts'ìnchi Kwäday Dän Ts'ìnchi (meaning Long Ago Person Found in Southern Tutchone), or Canadian Ice Man, is a naturally mummified body found in Tatshenshini-Alsek Park in British Columbia, Canad...
La Brea Woman La Brea Woman is the name for the only human whose remains have ever been found in the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles.
Lady of the Forum The Lady of the Forum or Queen of the Latins is the provisional nickname given to a perfectly preserved skeleton of possibly the wife of an early Latin tribal ruler from the 10th century B...
Lake Mungo remains The Lake Mungo remains are three prominent sets of bodies: Lake Mungo 1 (also called Mungo Lady, LM1, and ANU-618), Lake Mungo 3 (also called Mungo Man, Lake Mungo ...
Lansing Man Lansing Man is the name commonly given to a collection of human remains dug up near Lansing, Kansas in 1902.
Leanderthal Lady Leanderthal Lady, discovered in January 1983, is the name given to the skeletal remains of a prehistoric woman found at the Wilson-Leonard Brushy Creek Site (an ancient Native American campsite)...
Llullaillaco Llullaillaco is a stratovolcano at the border of Argentina (Salta Province) and Chile.
Lord of Sipán The Lord of Sipán (El Señor de Sipán) is the name given to the first of several Moche mummies found at Huaca Rajada, Sipán, Peru by archaeologist Walter Alva.
Luzia Woman Luzia Woman is the name for the skeleton of a Paleo-Indian woman found in a cave in Brazil.
Magdalenian Girl Magdalenian Girl is the common name for a skeleton of an early modern human dating from 13,000 to 11,000 BCE, in the Magdalenian period.
Manning River Skull The Manning River Skull (or Taree Man) is a specimen of a caucasoid man discovered in 2011 on the bank of the Manning River in northern New South Wales, Australia.
Marmes Rockshelter The Marmes Rockshelter (also known as (45-FR-50)) is an archaeological site first excavated in 1962, near the confluence of the Snake and Palouse Rivers, in Franklin County, southeastern Washington.
Minatogawa Man The Minatogawa Man is a prehistoric people of Okinawa, Japan, represented by four skeletons and some isolated bones dated between 16,000 and 14,000 years BCE. They are among the oldest complete...
Minnesota Woman Minnesota Woman, also known as Pelican Rapids-Minnesota Woman, is the name given to the skeletal remains of a woman thought to be 8,000 years old.
Mummy 1770 Mummy 1770 was that of a unknown age and gender the but is thought to be an Egyptian girl.
Mummy Juanita Momia Juanita (Spanish for "Mummy Juanita"), also known as the Inca Ice Maiden and Lady of Ampato, is the well-preserved frozen body of an Inca girl who was killed as an offering to ...
Mummy No. 1770 Mummy 1770 was that of a unknown age and gender the but is thought to be an Egyptian girl.
Mungo Lake remains The Mungo Lake remains consist of two prominent fossils: Lake Mungo 1 (also known as Mungo Lady, LM1, or ANU-618) and Lake Mungo 3 (or Mungo Man, Lake Mungo III, or LM3).
Myrtis The Purple-collared Woodstar (Myrtis fanny) is a species of bird in the hummingbird family, Trochilidae.
Narrabeen Man Narrabeen Man is the name given to a skeleton of an Aboriginal man found by contractors digging a ditch for cabling near the corners of Octavia Street and Ocean Street, Narrabeen - North of Sydn...
Nipisat Island Nipisat Island is a small, uninhabited island in the Qeqqata municipality in central-western Greenland.
Norwich Anglo-Saxon The Norwich Anglo-Saxon is an ancient preserved skeleton of the age of around one thousand years, found in Norwich, England.
Osterby Man Osterby Man or the Osterby Head is a bog body of which only the skull and hair survive.
Paglicci 23 Paglicci 23 is the name for human remains found in Paglicci Cave in Apulia, Italy that have been dated to 28,000 years Before Present.
Peştera cu Oase Peștera cu Oase is a system of 12 karstic galleries and chambers located N. 45° 01’; E. 21° 50’ in southwestern Romania, where the oldest early modern human remains in Europe have been discovered.
Peştera Muierilor Peștera Muierilor, or Peștera Muierii (Romanian for "The Woman's Cave"), is an elaborate cave system located in the Baia de Fier commune, Gorj County, Romania.
Peștera cu Oase Peștera cu Oase (The Cave with Bones) is a system of 12 karstic galleries and chambers located N. 45° 01’; E. 21° 50’ in southwestern Romania, where the oldest early modern human remains in Europe (40,500 years old) have been discovered.
Peștera Muierilor Peștera Muierilor, or Peștera Muierii (Romanian for "The Woman's Cave"), is an elaborate cave system located in the Baia de Fier commune, Gorj County, Romania.
Pinza-Abu Cave Man The Pinza-Abu Cave Man is a prehistoric people known from bones found in the Pinza-Abu Cave, near Ueno in Miyako Island, southern Japan.
Plomo Mummy The Plomo Mummy (aka Boy of El Plomo, El Plomo Mummy, or La Momia del Cerro El Plomo in Spanish) is the well preserved remains of an Incan child found on Cerro El Plomo in 1954.
Pompeii The city of Pompeii was an ancient Roman town-city near modern Naples in the Italian region of Campania, in the territory of the comune of Pompei.
Qilakitsoq Qilakitsoq is an archaeological site on Nuussuaq Peninsula, on the shore of Uummannaq Fjord in northwestern Greenland.
Red Deer Cave people The Red Deer Cave People were the most recent known prehistoric population that do not resemble modern humans. Fossils dated between 14,500 and 11,500 years old were found in Red Deer Cave and Longlin Cave in China.
Red Lady of Paviland The Red Lady of Paviland is a fairly complete Upper Paleolithic-era human male skeleton dyed in red ochre.
Saldanha man Saldanha man also known as Saldanha cranium or Elandsfontein cranium are fossilized remains of a hominid species believed to be Homo heidelbergensis.
Saltman The Saltmen were discovered in the Chehrabad salt mines, located on the southern part of the Hamzehlu village, on the west side of the city of Zanjan, in the Zanjan Province in Iran.
Saltmen The Saltmen were discovered in the Chehrabad salt mines, located on the southern part of the Hamzehlu village, on the west side of the city of Zanjan, in the Zanjan Province in Iran.
Spirit Cave mummy The Spirit Cave mummy is the oldest human mummy found in North America.
St Bees Man St Bees Man is the name given, in lieu of a known identity when discovered, to the extremely well preserved body of a mediaeval man, discovered in the grounds of St Bees Priory in 1981, during a...
Starchild skull The Starchild skull is an abnormal human skull allegedly found in Mexico that is claimed to be the product of extraterrestrial-human breeding or genetic manipulation.
Steinheim Skull The Steinheim skull is a fossilized skull of an archaic Homo sapiens or Homo heidelbergensis found in 1933 near Steinheim an der Murr.
Steinheim skull The Steinheim skull is a fossilized skull of an archaic Homo sapiens or Homo heidelbergensis found in 1933 near Steinheim an der Murr. It's estimated to be 250,000–350,000 years old. The skull is slightly flattened and has a cranial capacity from 1110–1200 cc.
Stoneyisland Man Stoneyisland Man is the name given to a bog body discovered in the Stoneyisland Bog, Gortanumera, County Galway, Ireland 13 May 1929.
Tabon Man Tabon Man refers to remains discovered in the Tabon Caves in Lipuun Point in Quezon, Palawan in the Philippines on May 28, 1962 by Dr. Robert B. Fox, an American anthropologist of the National M...
Tarim mummies The Tarim mummies are a series of mummies discovered in the Tarim Basin in present-day Xinjiang, China, which date from 1800 BCE to 200 CE.
Tepexpan man The Tepexpan Man is a Pre-Columbian era skeleton, discovered by archaeologist Helmut de Terra in February 1947, on the shores of the former Lake Texcoco in central Mexico.
Tianyuan man Tianyuan man are the remains of one of the earliest modern humans to inhabit eastern Asia.
Vindija Cave Vindija is a cave located in northern Croatia, known for being the site of one of the best preserved remains of Neanderthals fossils in the world, found in 1974.
Xiaohe Tomb complex The Xiaohe 'Little River' Tomb complex refers to a bronze-age burial site located near Lop Nur, in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of western China.
Xin Zhui Xin Zhui, also known as Lady Dai, was the wife of the Marquess Li Cang, chancellor for the imperial fiefdom of Changsha during the Han Dynasty.
Yamashita Cave Man The Yamashita Cave People are the prehistoric humans known from many bones found in the Yamashita limestone cave near Naha, in Okinawa, Japan.
Ötzi the Iceman Ötzi the Iceman, Similaun Man, and Man from Hauslabjoch are modern names for a well-preserved natural mummy of a man who lived about 3,300 BCE. The mummy was found in September 1991 ...