100,000-year-old human skulls from east Asia reveal complex mix of trends in time, space | The Source | Washington University in St. Louis
Two partial archaic human skulls, from the Lingjing site, Xuchang, central China, provide a new window into the biology and populations patterns of the immediate predecessors of modern humans in eastern Eurasia. Securely dated to about 100,000 years ago, the Xuchang fossils present a mosaic of features.