The earliest Acheulean from Konso-Gardula

@article{Asfaw1992TheEA,
  title={The earliest Acheulean from Konso-Gardula},
  author={B. Asfaw and Y. Beyene and G. Suwa and R. Walter and T. White and G. Woldegabriel and T. Yemane},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1992},
  volume={360},
  pages={732-735}
}
KONSO-GARDULA is a palaeoanthropological area discovered by the 1991 Palaeoanthropological Inventory of Ethiopia1–5 in the southern Main Ethiopian Rift. The Konso-Gardula sediments span the period about 1.3–1.9 million years ago. They contain rich Acheulean archaeological occurrences. Vertebrate fossils include early Homo. 
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