Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Sidrón

Archaeological site found in 1994 located in Asturia, Piloña, northern Spain, as yet undated, and that contains lithic fragments assigned to the Mousterian, and hominid remains belonging to at least five individuals ranging in age from infants to adults, all attributed to Homo neanderthalensis. In 2000-01, more hominid remains and associated fauna were recovered from the site.