A total of 49 graves have been excavated at Qumran—39 by Roland de Vaux, 9 by Solomon Stekoll and 1 by Charles Clermont-Ganneau. The gender of the skeleton Clermont-Ganneau found is unknown. Stekoll’s nine graves, excavated in the main cemetery, yielded the remains of six men, two women, a little girl and a baby of indeterminate gender. Twenty-six of the graves de Vaux excavated in the main cemetery contained the remains of men. In the nine graves he excavated in the northern and eastern extensions of the main cemetery were the remains of one male, six females and a child of uncertain gender. The four graves he excavated in the small southern cemetery held the skeletons of a woman and three juveniles whose gender could not be ascertained.