Human Jaw of Palæolithic Age from Kent's Cavern


PROF. A. KEITH, in discussing the paper read at Dundee by Prof. Boyd Dawkins for Dr. Duckworth on the fragment of a jaw of Palæolithic age from Kent's Cavern, is reported by The Times to have said that “the whole thing was ridiculous and was not even scientific, for the specimen had not been shown in the position in which it had been found”.

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