Early modern human cranial remains from the Peştera cu Oase, Romania.

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In February 2002, during speleological exploration of a karstic system in the southwestern Carpathian Mountains, Stefan Milota, Adrian Bı̂lgar and Laurentiu Sarcina discovered a previously unknown karstic chamber with abundant remains of Ursus spelaeus, occasional other mammalian skeletal elements, and a largely complete human mandible on the paleosurface… (More)

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