The skulls are housed in six museums: the Jordan Archaeological Museum, in Amman, Jordan (Jericho and Ain Ghazal); the Museum of Jordanian Heritage at the University of Yarmouk, in Irbid, Jordan (Ain Ghazal); the Rockefeller Museum, in Jerusalem (Jericho); the Israel Museum, in Jerusalem (Kfar HaHoresh and Beisamoun); the National Museum, in Damascus, Syria (Tell Ramad); the Ashmolean Museum, in Oxford, England (Jericho); and the Nicholson Museum at the University of Sydney, Australia (Jericho). Only the Kosk Hoyuk skull escaped my close scrutiny, though I came within an arm’s length of it at the Nigde Museum, in Turkey.