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Anghilak Cave: Documenting Neandertal Occupation at the Periphery

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In 1938, Okladnikov excavated the cave site of Teshik-Tash in the Baisun region of Uzbekistan and found a complete cranium of a Neanderthal child. This discovery anchored the eastern boundary of the Neanderthal range.

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