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    Story of Sapiens
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    Hoedjiespunt

    Site Type:
    Fossil Site
    Location:
    South Africa
    Name:
    Hoedjiespunt
    Coordinates:
    https://www.openstreetmap.org/?mlat=-33.028611&mlon=17.959444&zoom=15#map=8/-32.903/17.765

    Notable Discoveries:
    HDP1-1
    HDP1-2
    HDP1-3
    HDP1-4
    Hoedjiespunt Fossil 5
    Additional Notes:
    Classification as ‘homo heidelbergensis’ is per [1] & [2], however there does seem to be some uncertainty.

    HDP1-1

    Site:
    Hoedjiespunt
    Species:
    H. heidelbergensis
    Year of Discovery:
    1993 [1][3]
    Discovered by:
    L. R. Berger [3]
    Geological Age:
    300,000 – 200,000 years old [2]
    Cultural Attribution:

    Developmental Age:

    Presumed Sex:

    Preserved Skeletal Party:
    LM2 [2]
    Preservation:

    Preservation Details:

    Anatomical Description:

    Additional Notes:

     [3]

     [3]

     [3]

     [3]

    HDP1-2

    Site:
    Hoedjiespunt
    Species:
    H. heidelbergensis
    Year of Discovery:
    1994 [3]
    Discovered by:

    Geological Age:
    300,000 – 200,000 years old [2]
    Cultural Attribution:

    Developmental Age:

    Presumed Sex:

    Preserved Skeletal Party:
    RM3 [2]
    Preservation:

    Preservation Details:

    Anatomical Description:

    Additional Notes:

     [3]

     [3]

     [3]

     [3]

    HDP1-3

    Site:
    Hoedjiespunt
    Species:
    H. heidelbergensis
    Year of Discovery:

    Discovered by:

    Geological Age:
    300,000 – 200,000 years old [2]
    Cultural Attribution:

    Developmental Age:

    Presumed Sex:

    Preserved Skeletal Party:
    LI1 [2]
    Preservation:

    Preservation Details:

    Anatomical Description:

    Additional Notes:

    HDP1-4

    Site:
    Hoedjiespunt
    Species:
    H. heidelbergensis
    Year of Discovery:

    Discovered by:

    Geological Age:
    300,000 – 200,000 years old [2]
    Cultural Attribution:

    Developmental Age:

    Presumed Sex:

    Preserved Skeletal Party:
    LI2 [2]
    Preservation:

    Preservation Details:

    Anatomical Description:

    Additional Notes:

    Hoedjiespunt Fossil 5

    Site:
    Hoedjiespunt
    Species:
    H. heidelbergensis
    Year of Discovery:
    1998 [5]
    Discovered by:

    Geological Age:
    300,000 – 200,000 years old [2]
    350,000 – 200,000 years old [5]
    Cultural Attribution:

    Developmental Age:

    Presumed Sex:

    Preserved Skeletal Party:
    Tibia [1][2]
    Preservation:
    Fragmentary [4]
    Preservation Details:

    Anatomical Description:

    Additional Notes:

     [5]

    Sources:
    [1] – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoedjiespunt
    [2] – Supplementary material to: Pleistocene Homo and the updated Stone Age sequence of South Africa
    [3] – A new pleistocene hominid-bearing locality at Hoedjiespunt, South Africa
    [4] – http://antropogenez.ru/fossil/330/
    [5] – A Middle Pleistocene human tibia from Hoedjiespunt, Western Cape, South Africa (2000)

    #797

    Story of Sapiens
    Keymaster

    Source: [3]
    Description: HPD1-1

     

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    #805

    Story of Sapiens
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    Source: [3]
    Description: HDP1-2

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    #816

    Story of Sapiens
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    Source: SEChurchill et al. Middle Pleistocene human tibia from Hoedjiespunt, Western Cape, South Africa. S. Afr. J. Sci. 87, 284-285 (2000).
    Description: Hoedjiespunt tibia

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    #820

    Story of Sapiens
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    A Middle Pleistocene human tibia from Hoedjiespunt, Western Cape, South Africa (2000)

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