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Gorham’s find promises new insight into Neanderthals’ lives

A new site in the Gorham’s Cave complex, known as Neanderthals’ Grotto, has yielded a trove of remains and artefacts that could shed new light on the lives of Neanderthals on the Rock. Main photo courtesy of Gibraltar National Museum. Other photos by Johnny Bugeja.

Archaeologists working at the Gorham’s Cave complex have uncovered a rich trove of artefacts and animal remains that could be the oldest Neanderthal find on the Rock, potentially shedding new light on how they lived. The site, the remnant of a sea cave close to the shoreline, is to the north of Vanguard Cave and...

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