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Español: Bifaz sobre lasca de cuarcita procedente de las terrazas fluviales del valle del río Trabancos (Valladolid, España), se data en el Achelense Medio (Paleolítico Inferior)
English: Handaxe knapped on a flake of quartzite, its comes from a fluvial quaternary terrace in Trabancos brook (Valladolid, Duero basin, Spain) and it is dated in Acheulean period (Lower Paleolithic)
Français : Biface en quartzite façonné sur éclat. Cette piece fût ramassé d'une terrace fluviatile de la riviere du Trabancos (Valladolid, vallée du Duero) et a etté daté dans l'Acheuleen (Paleolithique Inferieur)
Date 1987
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Author José-Manuel Benito
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