Über neue Artefaktfunde aus der Heidelberger Stufe

Alfred Rust
After Lower Pleistocene artifacts of the Heidelbergian had been discovered in North Germany and near Mauer, the traceable living space of Homo heidelbergensis could now be enlarged essentially. Recent finds unearthed from the pre-glacial terraces of Süssenborn near Weimar furnished evidence of his settling in Central Germany, too, and finds of the same kind discovered within the oldest terraces of the Danube River near Vienna are interpreted to be a hint of the Heidelberg man...