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Discovery of Prehistoric Man Sites and Its Environmental Significance in Duolun, Inner Mongolia

@inproceedings{Ming2003DiscoveryOP,
  title={Discovery of Prehistoric Man Sites and Its Environmental Significance in Duolun, Inner Mongolia},
  author={T. Ming},
  year={2003}
}
The discovery of 10 prehistoric man sites was the beginning research on the prehistoric man and their activities in the Duolun area that is in southeastern farming animal husbandry zigzag zone of North China. There were 2 892 artifacts discovered in the area and including chopping tools, grinding tools and many fragments of potteries. The shapes and the assembling characteristics of those artifacts shows that the cultural periods of the 10 sites were from the early Neolithic to the middle… Expand
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