Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Sidi Abderrahman

Archaeological site found in 1954 near Casablanca, Morocco, undated, containing artifacts called (Acheulean) pebble tools (galet aménagé) and hominid remains including mandibular fragments attributed to Homo erectus, found by Pierre Biberson.

Cf. Rabat and Salé. Aka Littorina Cave, Cuvette de Sidi Abderrahman.

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