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English: Lithic chopper in quartzite, its comes from a fluvial quaternary terrace in Trabancos brook (Valladolid, Duero basin, Spain) and it is dated in Acheulean period (Lower Paleolithic)
Español: Canto tallado monofacial de cuarcita procedente de las terrazas fluviales del valle del río Trabancos (Valladolid, España), se data en el Achelense Medio (Paleolítico Inferior)
Français : Galet taillé en quartzite façonné avec taille en une seule des faces du galet. Cette piece fût ramassé d'une terrace fluviatile de la riviere du Trabancos (Valladolid, vallée du Duero) et a etté daté dans l'Acheuleen (Paleolithique Inferieur)
Date 1987
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Author José-Manuel Benito
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