Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Archaeological site found in 1920 in Italy and worked through 1935, dated to about 125 kya; contains hominid remains from at least two individuals (Saccopastore I, a female cranium found in 1929, and Saccopastore II, a partial male cranium found in 1935), both attributed to Homo neanderthalensis, but possessing relatively small brain capacities.

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