Longgudong, an Early Pleistocene site in Jianshi, South China, with stratigraphic association of human teeth and lithics

@article{Li2017LonggudongAE,
  title={Longgudong, an Early Pleistocene site in Jianshi, South China, with stratigraphic association of human teeth and lithics},
  author={H. Li and Chaorong Li and K. Kuman},
  journal={Science China Earth Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={60},
  pages={452-462}
}
  • H. Li, Chaorong Li, K. Kuman
  • Published 2017
  • Geology
  • Science China Earth Sciences
  • In this paper we report on Longgudong, an Early Pleistocene cave site in south China which was systematically excavated in 1999 and 2000, and where human teeth and associated stone artifacts were discovered within the same stratigraphic layer. The age of this site was estimated from faunal comparisons and palaeomagnetism and has been attributed to the Early Pleistocene, most probably the earlier Early Pleistocene. The human teeth from this site have been well studied. However, the stone… CONTINUE READING

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