Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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La Cotte De Saint-Brelade

Archaeological site found in 1910 on Jersey, Channel Islands, UK, dated to about 250-238 kya (sequence continues for almost 200,000 years), and that contains Middle Paleolithic artifacts associated with a large mammoth and wooly rhinoceros, and hominid remains including 13 teeth attributed to Homo neanderthalensis, found near a hearth. Believed to contain evidence of hunting episodes where herds of rhino and mammoth were stampeded over a cliff and butchered.

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