Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Quyuanhekou

Archaeological site found in 1976 in Yunxian County, Hubei Province, China, dated to 350 kya (some estimate up to 800 kya), and that contains hominid remains including two relatively complete crania (EV 9001, EV 9002) with mid-facial features of archaic Homo sapiens, but assigned by many to H. erectus. Facial features dissimilar to Petralona, Arago, Atapuerca, Bodo and Kabwe. Aka Yunxian, Quyuan River Mouth.

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