Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Ziyang

Archaeological site found in 1951 near Huangshanxi in Sichuan Province, China, dated to the late Pleistocene, but the provenience of the site is poorly documented. The site contains artifacts called paleoliths at Locality B, and hominid remains including a relatively archaic cranium and maxilla attributed to Homo sapiens. Aka Huangshanxi.

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