A report on the work at some West Sussex quarries which led to the discovery of a thigh-bone from the oldest human ever found in Britain, the 500,000 years old `Boxgrove man'. The finds assemblage included flint handaxes and other tools which gave a clear picture of Middle Pleistocene methods of hunting and butchery. The authors examine the results of the rescue excavations in quarries 1 and 2, 1983-1996, and present results from 1983-1989 together with subsequent research and analysis to provide a detailed geological and archaeological record. (English Heritage 1998)
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Descripción English Heritage, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Nº de ref. de la librería mon0001347422