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Boxgrove: Palaeolithic hunters by the seashore

DOI: 10.5334/ai.0104

Keywords: Boxgrove , Palaeolithic , Southeast England , English Heritage

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Excavations at Boxgrove in Southeast England have yielded a detailed picture of how humans lived there, and of the environments they occupied, 500,000 years ago. The director of the project - which is funded by English Heritage - discusses Boxgrove's place in the early colonization of Europe and argues that the site's occupants were highly capable hunters.


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