The most ancient tombs unearthed in south of the Five Ridges more than 13500 years ago, the bone fos

The oldest tombs unearthed in south of the Five Ridges is 13500 years of previous bone fossils Beijing – Nanfang Daily News (reporter Yang Yi Li Pei) the Nanfang Daily reporter learned exclusively, recently, Guangdong Provincial Institute of Archaeology and Peking University School of Archaeology and Museology, active topics explore on the transitional stage of Guangdong old Neolithic site – German Qing Tang ruins. At present, the excavation area of about 30 square meters, has two stages of important harvest: first, the earliest found in ancient tombs in Guangdong and south of the Five Ridges; second, find the most complete 10 thousand years ago the ancient human fossils preserved for Guangdong. The tombs found in the Yellow strata Qing Tang ruins rock cave 1 place was a clear, clear "form of burying". The presence of carbon bone samples by accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS) determination, dating back 13500 years or so, age is late Paleolithic, Guangdong and south of the Five Ridges found the earliest tombs, that 10 thousand years ago, south of the Five Ridges has ancient human with a clear awareness of the concept of life and death and burial behavior. Tombs unearthed human bone fossils include upper limb bone, vertebrae, ribs, pelvis and lower extremity bone etc.. Previously, Guangdong discovered ancient human fossils found in the teeth or skull, before 10 thousand years ago a relatively complete preservation of human skeleton is the first time, provides an important new material for the late Paleolithic south of the Five Ridges ancient human physical characteristics, Southern China Homo sapiens DNA sequencing and genetic research, East Asia and Southeast Asia ancient human evolution and the migration, the late Paleolithic diet and ancient ancient human pathology.相关的主题文章:

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