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A stoneworking industry found in south and east Africa related to the late Acheulian, characterized by small pointed and neatly made handaxes, and named after a site in the Orange Free State. At Saldanha, Cape Province, Fauresmith artefacts were contemporary with fossil remains of Homo neanderthalensis.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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