[language] Palaeolithic discovery in Japan

H. Mark Hubey HubeyH at Mail.Montclair.edu
Tue Oct 24 00:14:05 UTC 2000

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On last night's NHK news and in today's JAPAN TIMES, Japanese
archaeologists announced the discovery of what is probably the oldest
structure in the world---at least 600,000 years old.  It was found
at the site of Kamitakamori in Miyage Prefecture.  Evidence for a
round structure, nearly 2 m in diameter was found with evidence for
post-holes.  Several pits were also found, and one contained stone
tools.  Dating is based on tephra layers.

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