Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Archaeological site found in 1953 at Dingcun, Xiangten County, Shanxi Province, China, dated to 210-160 kya, and that contains large points and chopping tools. The hominid remains include an infant parietal and assorted teeth of very reduced size attributed to archaic Homo sapiens. Aka Ting-tsun (Hsiandfenhsien, Shansi), Dingchun, Dingcum, Xiangfen.

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