Chancelade man

noun Chan·ce·lade man \¦shäⁿsə¦läd-, (ˈ)shäⁿs¦l-\

Definition of Chancelade man

  1. :  a short-statured, long-nosed, late paleolithic hominid known from a skeleton found associated with Magdalenian artifacts in southwestern France and thought to be a Cro-Magnon

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Origin and Etymology of chancelade man

translation of French homme de Chancelade, from Chancelade, France, where remains were unearthed

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to cast off or become cast off

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