Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Kedung Brubus

Archaeological site found in 1890 on the Solo River in Central Java, dated to 750-500 kya (lower Kabuh Beds). Hominid remains include one juvenile mandible, the very first located by Eugene Dubois, the Trinil 2 calotte (cranial capacity estimates range from 850 to 940 cm3), and the controversial Trinil 3 femur. All remains attributed to Pithecanthropus (Homo) erectus. Aka Kedungbrubus, Trinil.

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