RMADW5NE–Head Injury Skull Fractures and Hematoma on the Brain
RMFCA4JM–A skull preserved and decorated and used for divination on the Torres Straits Islands, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia. The inquirer would clean, paint and anoint the skull, enjoin it to speak the truth, put it near his head at night, go to sleep and dream and his actions would be based on the dream. From a nineteenth century photograph.
RMF7NFRM–Skull of Macaca Mulatta (Rhesus Macaque). Dated 1780
RFT32CRB–Skull and Crossbones Vector Illustration
RMJEK6W7–Bull skull in Gir National Park, Gujarat, India, Asia
RMD0N9BH–Inferior view of the bones of the head including the jaw and skull.
RMA66WK6–Apes Skull 1849
RME10JAJ–Two bones, a skull and upper thigh, were found in excavations in Berlin's Lehrt Station.
RFS0C61J–Human skull front view
RMAJFK4B–Brontotherium leidyi Fossil Skull
RMKGCAJ7–Human skull located in a funerary mound. 1700-500 A.c. Hasslow, Halland region. Historical Museum. Stockholm. Sweden.
RMA6XEEB–Mourning Female Child with Skull. England, 1680-1720.
RFB5C76J–a human skull over white background Could be use to represent danger or poison
RFE0T592–Mexican sugar skull, Dia de los Muertos icons set
RMATW0CJ–Skull from a full term human fetus foetus
RMFWAF85–Sensors attached to a translucent human skull model used to measure explosive shock velocity and pressure at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground March 9, 2016 in Aberdeen, Maryland. Data captured by the sensors are used to assist studies in traumatic brain injuries.
RMBJW4B4–freemason, symbol, skull and crossbones,
RMD0N04C–Red skull and crossbones symbolizing danger or death.
RFCC6X4W–Brown Bear: Skull
RFB194M2–Skull of an adult great horned owl (Bubo virginianus), Alberta, Canada
RME10JAM–Two bones, a skull and upper thigh, were found in excavations in Berlin's Lehrt Station.
RMR370CM–Human Skull, front view. A 19th Century illustration
RMA1NTJC–skull tiger Panthera tigris
RMH9FF62–Pieter Claesz - Vanitas still life with a skull and a vase
RMPFN3NG–Skull of Lion (Panthera leo) with open jaw showing teeth
RMCYK0BA–Trepanned skull. From a grave in Naes, Falster. Neolithic. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark.