Figure 1: Geographical location of Manot Cave, Israel. | Nature

Figure 1: Geographical location of Manot Cave, Israel.

From: Levantine cranium from Manot Cave (Israel) foreshadows the first European modern humans

Figure 1

Middle Palaeolithic and Upper Palaeolithic sites with human remains are marked. Manot 1 is penecontemporaneous with the nearby Neanderthals of Amud and Kebara Caves (insert map) and older than all European Upper Palaeolithic specimens (large map). The nearby sites of Skhul, Kebara and Tabun Caves are situated on the western slope of Mount Carmel. The modern city of Haifa is shown (black triangle).

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