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Lantian, Chenchiawo.

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A:Lantian, Chenchiawo.
B:Open site, Loc 63709, near Chenchiawo village, 10 km N.W. of Lantian, Lantian County, Shensi Province, China.
E:Field team of Institute of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Palaeoanthropology, led by Y. P. Chang, W. P. Huang and Y. C. Tang, 19 July 1963. F:Basal part of reddish clays overlying gravel. Y. P. Chang, W. P. Huang, Y. J. Tang, H. G. Chi & S. Y. Ting 1964, The Discussion of Cenozoic Formation from Lantian, Shensi Province, Vertebr. palasiat., 8: 134-151(in Chinese). Anon.(Edited by the Instituto of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Palaeoanthropology) 1966, Transactions of the Field Conference on the Cenozoic of Lantian Shensi., Peking: 1-311(in Chinese).
H:Early Pleistocene. Y. P. Chang et al. 1964. Early Middle Pleistocene. M. C. Chow & C. K. Li 1965, Mammlian Fossils in Association with the Mandible of Lantian Man at Chen-Chia-ou, in Lantian, Shensi, Vertebr. palasiat., 9: 387-394. Cromerian Interglacial. M. C. Minchen, C. K. Hu & Y. C. Lee 1965, Mammalian Fossils Associated with the Hominid Skull Cap of Lantian, Shensi. Scientia sin., 14: 1037- 1048.
I:Industry of chopping-tools cores and flakes in quartz. L. P. Chis 1966 in Anon,(eds) 1966: 151-154, 2 pls.
J:Lepus wongi, Ochotonoides complicidens, Myospalas tingi, M. cf. fontanieri, Bahomys hypsodonta, Apodemus cf. silvaticus, Hystrix?, Cuon alpinus, Felis tigris, Meles cf. leucurus, Sus lyddekeri, Pseudaxis grayi, sinomegaceros, Elephas. Steppe and forest forms equally represented; fauna slightly earlier than Ckn. Locality 1, and appreciably younger than Ckn. Locality 18 and Nihowan. M. M. Chow & C. K. Li 1965. Pollen analysis: grassland, with mixed forest on the hills. J. Hsu 1966, The Climatic Condition of North China during the Time of Sinanthropus, Scientia sin., 15: 410-414.
M:Lantian 1.PA.102. aged female: mandibula(f), dentition complete except for rt P3(lost antemortem) and rt and lt M3(congenitally absent). Lt C, P3, P4 and M1 were damaged in excavation. Holotype of Sinanthropus lantianensis Woo, 1964.
N:Y. P. Chang 1963, Discovery of a Sinanthropus-type mandible at Lantian, Shensi, Vertebr. palasiat., 7: 378.
O:J. K. Woo 1964a, Mandible of the Sinanthropus-type Discovered at Lantian, Shensi-Sinanthropus lantianensis, Vertebr. palasiat., 8: 1-17 (in Chinese). J. K. Woo, 1964b, Mandible of the Sinanthropus-type Discovered at Lantian, Shensi-Sinanthropus lantianensis, Scientia sin., 13: 801-811 (in English). J. K. Woo 1964c, Mandible of Sinantropus lantianensis, Curr. Anthrop., 5: 98-101.
Q:J. K. Woo 1964a, 1964b.
R:F. P. Lisowski 1965, Human Fossil Remains Recently Discovered in Shensi Province, China, Mam, 65: 119-120. J. K. Woo 1965, The Skull of Lantian Man, China Pictorial, 7: 28-31. T. K. Cheng 1966, New Light on Prehistoric China, Cambridge: 5-6. J. S. Aigner & W. S. Laughlin 1973, The Dating of Lantian Man and his Significance for Analysing Trends in Human Evolution, Amer. J. Phys. Anthrop., 39: 97-109.
S:Institute of Vertebrate Palaeontology and Palaeoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peking.