Monday, April 16, 2007

Jawbone found in Norman is more than 100 years old
An archaeologist says a human jawbone found in Norman this week is 100 to 150 years old.
The bone was found at a construction site and turned over to police.

Police Captain Leonard Judy says the archaeologist believes the jawbone is from a woman and is probably not from an American Indian.

Judy says investigators believe the bone came from sand that was collected from near the North Canadian River near Oklahoma City and taken to the construction site.

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