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Atlas of Primitive Man in China. By Zhang Senshui () et al.Beijing: Science Press; New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1980. Pp. 174. $52.50. - Early Man in China. By Jia Lanpo () Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 1980. Pp. iv + 60, 58 plates. $6.50

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1. Dated archaeomagnetically to 1.7 million 100,000 years ago.

2. Although the book is clearly intended to be encyclopedic, no mention is made of the extremely important Early Pleistocene sit e of Xihoudu, Shanxi nor of the abundant Upper Palaeolithic microlithic remains discovered at Xiachuan, also in Shanxi.

3. The complete, though crushed, Ramapithecus cranium discovered in 1978 at Lufeng, Yunnan, is not illustrated, nor are any of the equally important Sivapithecus remains from that locality.

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Atlas of Primitive Man in China. By Zhang Senshui () et al.Beijing: Science Press; New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1980. Pp. 174. $52.50. - Early Man in China. By Jia Lanpo () Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 1980. Pp. iv + 60, 58 plates. $6.50

  • John W. Olsen (a1)

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