All posts tagged with Indonesia

Link: Expedition journal from Niah Caves

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I was really pleased to see a post by Darren Curnoe recounting his team’s recent field season in Niah Caves in Borneo: “We Found Evidence of Early Humans in ...

Photo: Sangiran Museum

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The museum and research center at Sangiran, Indonesia is capped by a large copper conical roof. The surrounding countryside is the source of Early and Middle...

Asian Homo erectus

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Homo erectus entered Asia as early as 1.8 million years ago. One of the earliest specimens of the species is the Modjokerto skull, from Java. The spread of t...

Shell instead of stone

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Discovery News has a short article about Australian archaeologist Katherine Szabo’s analyses of tools made of shell instead of stone in Late Pleistocene cont...