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Homo antecessor is an extinct hominin and a potential distinct species dating from 1.2 million to 800,000 years ago. H. antecessor is one of the earliest known hominins in Europe . Many anthropologists believe that H. antecessor is either the same species or a direct antecedent to Homo heidelbergensis, who inhabited Europe from 600,000 to 250,000 years ago in the Pleistocene. (click to see all the article on Wikipedia)

Homo cepranensis is a proposed name for a hominin species discovered in 1994 known from only one skull cap. The fossil was discovered by archeologist Italo Biddittu and was nick-named "Ceprano Man" after a nearby town in the province of Frosinone, 89 kilometers Southeast of Rome, Italy.
The age of the fossil is estimated to be between 800,000 and 900,000 years old (younger than fossils attributable to Homo antecessor from Spain). (click to see all the article on Wikipedia)

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~800 000
SELECT pid_opus1_case, int_statut, int_image_en AS als_flag_image FROM tb_opus1_case ORDER BY pid_opus1_case ASC