Perigordian

Perigordian
/per'i gawr"dee euhn/, adj.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an Upper Paleolithic cultural epoch in southern France, esp. of the Périgord region.
[1935-40; PÉRIGORD + -IAN]

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