DescriptionHomo heidelbergensis has a character intermediate between Homo erectus, Homo ergaster and Homo sapiens. Appeared more than 500.000 years ago and lasted until at least 250.000 years ago. Individuals were tall and strong, very large flattened skulls compared with those of modern man, with protruding jaws and large nasal opening.
This replica skull belongs to a male, called Arago XXI, discovered by Henri and Marie-Antoinette de Lumley in 1971 in the Arago cave in Tautavel, France and its age is about 400,000 years.
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