Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Archaeological site found in 1921 at the Broken Hill Mine near Lusaka in Zambia (formerly Rhodesia), dated to 200-125 kya, and that contains artifacts of African Middle Stone Age. Hominid remains found in a limestone cave shaft include postcranial material and an 1100-1280 cm3 cranium with extensive ante-mortem dental sepsis. Assigned to the archaic Homo sapiens group. Some postcranial material may not belong to the cranium; it appears that 3-4 individuals are represented. Aka Broken Hill Mine, Rhodesian Man, Zambian human.

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