Digging up the ancestors. Excavations at the site of Bianjiagou (???), Banshan hills (??) Gansu Province, June 1924. The man with the brush was one of Andersson’s collaborators at the time, Zhuang Yongcheng (???). From J. G. Andersson, (1934). Children of the Yellow Earth. USED WITH PERMISSION OF THE MUSEUM OF FAR EASTERN ANTIQUITIES, STOCKHOLM.

Modern field paleontology and archaeology were introduced to China in the early twentieth century. Fossil remains

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:12-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Science, Science, Technology, and Medicine|Comments Off on Archaeology and Paleontology (Kǎogǔxué hé gǔshēngwùxué 考古学和古生物学)|Kǎogǔxué hé gǔshēngwùxué 考古学和古生物学 (Archaeology and Paleontology)

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