Nicolle and Sinel (1910) describe the initial discovery of the site and its histoyr. Keith (1911) first described the dental material from La Cotte de Saint Brelade, Jersey. Marett (1911) further describes the material from the site of La Cotte de St. Brelad and proposes the name Homo breladensis. The holotype includes 9 teeth of adult in (Marett 1911). Widely regarded as Homo neanderthalensis.