The type species is S. anatoceps, known from a single partial articulated skeleton that preserves some soft tissue.
The type specimen was a nearly complete, articulated skeleton (bones still connected).
A total of 144 graves was excavated; they contained 130 articulated skeletons in a suitable condition for examination.
It consists of a rather complete and articulated skeleton lacking the skull and lower jaws.
This is evident due to the lack of complete, articulated skeletons in the majority of the burials.
The second specimen, collected in 1989, consists of a partial articulated skeleton and a skull.
It's the articulated skeleton of a human being who was at one time, fairly recently, walking around alive.
The articulated skeletons were all buried in the standard Christian fashion.
The type specimen was a nearly complete, articulated skeleton.
It is known from a nearly complete and articulated skeleton missing the skull and about 38% of the upper neck vertebrae.