Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Archaeological site found in 1951 near Saldanha Bay in South Africa, dated to 300 kya, containing Acheulean artifacts (Stellenbosch V) and hominid remains including a cranium and an unrelated mandibular ramus assigned to the archaic Homo sapiens group. Often cited as similar to Kabwe. Aka Saldanha, Cutting 10, Hopefield, Elandsfontein farm.

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