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《Bulletin of the Chinese Academy of Sciences》 2001-01
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The Framework of Early Humans Cultural Development of the Old World —Bose Bifaces Challenge to the “Movius' Line”

Hou Yamei Huang Weiwen (Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleanthropology, CAS, 100044 Beijing)  
The Bose lithic industry of 0.80 Ma B.P. in Guangxi show us the features of Acheulean-like technology. Compared with the West of the Old World it is concluded that the early human in the East of the Old World had kept synchronous advance in cultural development in accordance with the isotope dating on tektites associated with excavated stone artifacts. This result has made a powerful impact to the base of prevalent western theory of “Movius' line” and emphasized necessary recognition of the East and the West early human's cultural framework of the Old World.
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