Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Longtandong Cave

Archaeological site found in 1980 in Wangjiashan Hill, Hexian County, Anhui Province, China, dated to 412 25 kya (oxygen isotope stages 12-11), and that contains worked bones and horns. Hominid remains include a 1025 cm3 cranium and other remains of at least four individuals attributed to Homo erectus. The dentition is large compared to Zhoukoudian Locality 1, skull V. AKA Dragon Pool Cave, Lontandong, Hexian (Ho-hsien), Anhui.

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