Site: Tuinplaas Species: H. sapiens Year of Discovery: 1929  Discovered by: C. J. Swierstra 
Herbert Lang 
Mr. Miller  Geological Age: 20,000 – 11,000 years old  Cultural Attribution: Developmental Age: Presumed Sex:
Preserved Skeletal Party: Skeleton  Cranium, Mandible and Skeletal fragments  Preservation: Almost complete  Preservation Details: Anatomical Description: Additional Notes: According to Pike et al.109 ‘because the U and the date profiles towards the centre are close to uniform, the true age of the bone is probably only slightly older than this value’ 
Information from  is assumed to be of the specimen TP1. In , it is listed as “TM no number”. Perhaps it did not have a catalogue number at the time of that publication. The matching date of discovery leads me to believe it is referring to the same specimen, however the differing discoverer does throw some doubt into that.