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Fonte: ANSA 


(ANSA) – ROMA, 4 APR – Durante l’ultima campagna di scavi nel bacino sedimentario di Buya, in Eritrea, l’equipe internazionale guidata dal paleoantropologo della Sapienza Alfredo Coppa ha rinvenuto nuovi reperti umani e dell’industria litica risalenti a circa un milione di anni fa.

I ricercatori hanno parlato subito di un ‘‘santuario delle amigdale”, poiche’ il sito e’ senz’altro uno dei posti a piu’ alta concentrazione di manufatti litici di tipo acheuleano risalente a quel periodo


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