Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Font├ęchevade Cave

Archaeological site found in 1947 in Charente, western France, dating estimated from 200 kya (terminal Riss) to as recent as 100 kya, and that contains artifacts that consist of Tayacian choppers and large end scrapers. Hominid remains include many fragments of two crania that made reconstruction difficult and debatable. Remains attributed to either AMH or Homo neanderthalensis.

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