Rhodesian man(redirected from Kabwe Man)
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An extinct hominin known from fossil remains found in south-central Africa, previously classified as a distinct species of Homo but now regarded as an example of H. heidelbergensis.
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a type of early man, Homo rhodesiensis (or H. sapiens rhodesiensis), occurring in Africa in late Pleistocene times and resembling Neanderthal man in many features
an extinct Pleistocene human whose cranial remains were found in Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia): formerly in some classifications Homo rhodesiensis but now considered archaic Homo sapiens.