And apart from it lots of fossils from the sandpit Grafenrain, where the mandible was found: from voles to rhinoes (sorry, no hippoes though). A short drive or a medium long walk brought you to the sandpit itself where the geology and dating techniques are explained on really nice posters.
The icing of the cake was the evening lecture given by Prof. Eibner. Probably a little bit heavy for the audience present, but nicely done. I wish he had given more of these coherent lectures at uni. But on the other hand his incoherence was his trade mark and the one thing that made him so special and amiable.