Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Salawusu

Archaeological site found in 1925 near Dagouwan in the Hetao (Ordos) region of Inner Mongolia (Nei Menggu), China, dated to 65-35 kya, and that contains miniscule flake tools made on small pebbles. Hominid remains include a parietal, other cranial elements, and a mandible, as well as a femur and other postcranial bones attributed to Homo sapiens. Aka Sjara-osso-gol, Hetao, Ordos Man.

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