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example, Barnard Davis (Thes. Cran. 1867, fig* 29J) describes three engraved skulls, Nos. 1307, 1308, 1411, and one engraved and overlaid (No. 1406,
few ornamented Borneo skulls : Gottingen (1874, 5A) has one overlaid, origin not mentioned, and Leipzig (1886, 139) has one engraved and one overlaid, origins not indicated. In Aus-land (1867, p. 305 fig. 1) Lungers-hausen illustrates an engraved skull from Sambas on the west coast. Perhaps by means of other accounts such as I have not at hand and by means of the style of ornamentation it may be possible to localize the origin, for it would be contradicting the experience
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