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File:Biface Stellenbosch MHNT PRE 2009.0.195.1 Global fond.jpg

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Object type Biface
Date Lower Paleolithic (to - 1 Ma from - 300 000 years Before the Current Era)
Medium quartzite
Dimensions 191 × 109 × 65 cm (75.2 × 42.9 × 25.6 in)
Accession number MHNT PRE.2009.0.195.1
Object history

Place of discovery: Bosman's Crossing, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

collection of Louis Péringuey

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Description Different views of the same specimen.
Date 31 August 2010
Photographer Didier Descouens
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43° 35′ 38.03″ N, 1° 26′ 57.23″ E

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