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The features of this cranium are most similar to much larger specimens of Homo heidelbergensis. Its small size suggests that it is a female of this early human species.
Date of discovery:1971
Discovered by:Henry and Marie Antoinette de Lumley
Age:About 450,000 years old
The features of this cranium are most similar to much larger specimens of <italic>Homo heidelbergensis.</italic> Its small size suggests that it is a female of this early human species.