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Swanscombe man

Swanscombe man, prehistoric human dating back to the Second Inter-glacial Period about 350,000 years ago. Three parts of a skull were discovered 3 consecutive years (1935, 1936, 1937) in Swanscombe, England at the River Thames. A better specimen, found in Steinheim, Germany, in 1933, dates back 375,000 years.

See also: Prehistoric people.

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