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English: Acheulean racloir in quartzite from a superficial site in the Zamora province ( Spain), in the Douro valley.
Español: Raedera de época Achelense. Raedera lateral de cuarcita, procede de un yaciminento superficial de la provincia de[Zamora ( España), en el valle del Duero
Français : Racloir laterale de quartzite de l'Acheuléen; originaire d'un gisement de surface de la province de Zamora (l'Espagne), dans la vallèe du Duero
Date October 2002
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Author José-Manuel Benito
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