|Title||Earliest Pleistocene hominid cranial remains from Dmanisi, Republic of Georgia: taxonomy, geological setting and age|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2000|
|Authors||Gabunia, L, Vekua, A, Lordkipanidze, D, Swisher,, Ferring, R, Justus, A, Nioradze, M, Tvalchrelidze, M, Antón, SC, Bosinski, G, Jöris, O, DeLumley, MA, Majsuradze, G, Mouskhelishvili, A|
Earliest Pleistocene hominid cranial remains from Dmanisi, Republic of Georgia: taxonomy, geological setting and age
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