Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Die Kelders Cave

Archaeological site located on the southwestern coast of South Africa, dated to 70 4 kya, containing Middle Stone Age (MSA) and Late Stone Age (LSA) artifacts and hominid remains including nine human teeth in the MSA layers, and a child’s partial skeleton in the more recent LSA layers, dated to about 2 kya; all remains are attributed to Homo sapiens.

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