And to the pre-glacial era that geologist referred most of the ossiferous caves and fissures.
The ossiferous breccia differs from the bone-caves only in form.
This bed was covered with "made ground" of an ossiferous and vegetable character.
These ossiferous remains are richest in the province of Buenos Aires and become somewhat less frequent in the north and west.
Lying beneath this ossiferous sand, were several flint axes of human workmanship.
Next he took up the exploration of ossiferous caves; and he began this work with that of Brixham, in Windmill Hill.
ossiferous os·sif·er·ous (ŏ-sĭf'ər-əs)
Containing or producing bone.