As summarized in Campbell (1965), McCown and Keith reported on the Skhul 1 skull as Palaeanthropus palestinus during a podium presentation at Cambridge in 1932, which was subsequently published in 1934 (so 1932 is the year for establishing priority). In the presentation special characteristics of the Skhul 1 skull were described, and, according to Campbell, the paper "constituted a valid description for the purposes of Article 13." The adult skeletons were only mentioned but not described. Weidenreich was at the converence and he published a report later that same years (1932). In his report Weidenreich refers to Palaeanthropus palestinensis (note the difference in spelling) and attriubtes the name to McCown and Keith. Campbell (1965) considers the Weidenreich nomen an incorrect spelling and the McCown and Keith spelling, as used in 1932 and in subsequent publication, as a valid emendation.