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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1131
Professor
D.Sandgathe
Semester
Summer

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Homo erectus in China  There are a lot of H. erectus sites in China, but the most important ones are:  Nihewan Basin - 150 km west of Beijing - So far, no hominin fossils yet - However, several archaeological sites with stone tools and animal bones - Oldest well-dated to 1.6 million years ago – oldest, reliable site in Asia so far  Zhoukoudien - Lot of things discovered here than Nihewan Basin, although younger - There are caves sites – huge crevices in the rock where deposits have filled it up, which were sh
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