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Approximate age:112,500 years old=average of minimum (0.082 Ma) and maximum (0.143 Ma)

Date based on: OSL See map of sites with similar ages

Dating reference: Science 28 January 2011: Vol. 331 no. 6016 pp. 453-456 DOI: 10.1126/science.1199113 * Report The Southern Route "Out of Africa": Evidence for an Early Expansion of Modern Humans into Arabia 1. Simon J. Armitage1, 2. Sabah A. Jasim2, 3. Anthony E. Marks3, 4. Adrian G. Parker4, 5. Vitaly I. Usik5, and 6. Hans-Peter Uerpmann6,*

Hominids:       

Archaeology:Middle Stone Age      

Important specimens: Middle Stone Age

Notes: MSA

Location: ~55 km from both the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf and directly south of the Straits of Hormuz; جبل الفاية , United Arab Emirates
Map location/coordinates reference: Science 28 January 2011 Vol. 331 no. 6016 pp. 453-456 DOI: 10.1126/science.1199113 * Report The Southern Route ?Out of Africa?: Evidence for an Early Expansion of Modern Humans into Arabia 1. Simon J. Armitage1, 2. Sabah A. Jasim2, 3. Anthony E. Marks3, 4. Adrian G. Parker4, 5. Vitaly I. Usik5, and 6. Hans-Peter Uerpmann6,*

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