Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Wajak

Archaeological site found c. 1889 in Java by B. D. von Rietschoten and later explored by E. DuBois; ambiguous dating, contains hominid remains including two skulls, one with a cranial capacity of 1650 cm3, and that resemble living Australian aboriginals; originally attributed to Homo wadjakensis. The site was not described until 1930. Aka Wadjak.

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