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Swanscombe man

[ swonz-kuhm man ]
/ ˈswɒnz kəm ˌmæn /
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noun
a primitive human fossil, believed to be a late Homo erectus or an early archaic Homo sapiens of the middle Pleistocene Epoch, known from skull fragments found in the 1930s at Swanscombe, England, and now believed to be that of a young female.
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