Torralba

Torralba

[taw-rahl-buh; Spanish tawr-rahl-vah]
noun
the site of a Lower Paleolithic hunting and butchering station east of Madrid, in the province of Soria, Spain, characterized by butchered elephant remains, stone hand axes, cleavers, and scrapers, and rare pieces of worked wood.
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