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Object name:
Ubeidiya

Address:
Israel

Added by:
Sylvester Sellers

Add date:
2020-12-08 11:40

Object description

'Ubeidiya , some 3 km south of Lake Tiberias, in the Jordan Rift Valley, Israel, is an archaeological site of the Pleistocene, c. 1.5 million years ago, preserving traces of one of the earliest migration of Homo erectus out of Africa, with only the site of Dmanisi in Georgia being older. The site yielded hand axes of the Acheulean type, a hippopotamus' femur bone, and an immensely large pair of horns belonging to a species of extinct bovid.

Ubeidiya
Ubeidiya
Ubeidiya

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