Denison, S., (1994). Shinbone `points to late exit from Africa'. Brit Archaeol News 14. Vol 14.

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Shinbone `points to late exit from Africa'
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Brit Archaeol News 14
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British Archaeological News
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14
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Suggests that a 500,000-year-old shin bone from Boxgrove evinces that humans left Africa a million years later than previously thought. The argument hinges on the view that the Boxgrove find is more securely stratified and better researched than `earlier' examples from Asia. It is also considered unlikely that early hominids colonised Asia long before they moved into Europe. The Boxgrove hominid is then described and its site context discussed (see also 94/1253 et al).
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Simon Denison
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Jeremy M O Oetgen (Abstract author)
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1994
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Subject - Auto Detected: Bone
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The British Archaeological Bibliography (BAB)
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20 Jan 2002