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date: 15 September 2019

Archaeology and Paleontology Kǎogǔxué hé gǔshēngwùxué 考古学和古生物学‎ 

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Berkshire Encyclopedia of China
Author(s):
Jan RomgardJan ROMGARD

Modern field paleontology and archaeology were introduced to China in the early twentieth century. Fossil remains have provided new insights into the evolution of life, paleoanthropological remains on the evolution of mankind, and archaeological excavations on the development of human cultures. The last twenty years have seen a marked improvement in research quality, an explosion of new data, and several scientific breakthroughs. ...

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