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Lower Palaeolithic; c. 200000BC
On Display: Museum of London: London Before London: Shaping the Land: Cold-adapted Humans
This fragment of jaw was found in the mid-19th century during the digging of clay for bricks at Uphall Pit near Ilford in east London. It is from a woolly mammoth that drowned in a flash flood around 200,000 years ago.
L 650 mm; W 450 mm
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