International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution
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'Chlachula J, 1990: The Early Palaeolithic Settlement in the Region of the Middle Course of the River Morava (Czechoslovakia). Anthropologie (Brno) 28, 2-3: 241-248'.
The recent results of the field research indicate that the first evident traces of the presence of man in the investigated region of the middle course of the river Morava are much older than it had been supposed. There are several pebble stone industry localities situated at the top of the alluvial slopes along the river Morava and elevated about 30-40 m above the fluvial plain. The collected sets of stone artefacts are dated to the early stage of the Middle Pleistocene according to the conditions of their depositing, strong colian abrasion and other traces of weathering as well as a simple technique of their chipping.
River Morava region - Lower and Middle Pleistocene - Early Palaeolithic stone industry - Staré Město locality II

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