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Fossil could prove northern Europe’s first human was resident in South England
Posted By kurtnimmo On November 3, 2011 @ 7:40 am In Science & Technology | Comments Disabled
November 3, 2011
With his rather primitive opinions, brusque manner and silly walk, Basil Fawlty seemed like a throwback to another age. Now, scientists may have worked out why.
Torquay, the seaside setting of Fawlty Towers, was home to the first-known modern Britons.
A fossilised jaw bone, complete with three teeth, unearthed in a cave on the outskirts of the Devon resort has been dated to between 41,000 and 44,000 years old.
It isn’t known whether the jawbone belonged to a man or a woman. But wear and tear of the teeth and evidence of gum disease suggests that he – or she – was fairly elderly.
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