Neanderthals in Britain: flint finds open new era in prehistory
Wenban-Smith, Francis (2010) Neanderthals in Britain: flint finds open new era in prehistory Current Archaeology, (247), pp. 32-36.
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Archaeologists in Kent have found the earliest evidence of Neanderthals in Britain: two flint scrapers, found lying on a land-surface c.100,000 years old, have pushed back the presence of Neanderthals in Britain by 40,000 years. Dr Francis wenban-Smith explains the evidence.
|Additional Information:||A scientific paper on the work reported on here has been published in Journal of Quaternary Science - see eprint 159361|
|Date Deposited:||28 Apr 2011 08:16|
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