Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Archaeological site found in 1914 in the Kampfe and Fischer quarries near Weimar, Germany, dated to about 225 kya (the last interglacial, 250-102 kya, U series on travertines), and that contains Mousterian artifacts that consist of flint scrapers and bifaces, and bits of charcoal. Hominid remains first reported in 1928 include nine individuals (at least one child) attributed to either Homo neanderthalensis or to the younger anteneandertal, or archaic Homo sapiens group. Aka Weimar-Ehringsdorf.

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