Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Chancelade

Archaeological site found in 1888 near Periguex in the Commune of Chancelade in the Dordogne Valley, France, dated to 18-12 kya, and that contains Magdalenian artifacts and hominid remains, including the flexed burial of a nearly complete skeleton attributed to Homo sapiens Cf. Cro-Magnon. The skeleton has been regarded as having features similar to those of modern Artic Inuit. Aka Raymonden Rockshelter.

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