Fragment of Human Jaw Bone

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A piece of human jaw bone, one of the oldest finds and references to human occupation in the cave. Aged 31,000 years the oldest anatomically modern human fragment in Europe.


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Technical Information (Metadata)
Technical Information (Metadata)
Title Value
Item  
Identifier ref 1158
Coverage Devon. Torquay
Publisher Torquay Museum
Rights Torquay Museum
Source Torquay Museum
Subject Cave. Artefacts. Human
Type Image
Keywords caves archaeology excavations minerals human