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ZHENGZHOU, July 9 (Xinhua) -- Chinese archeologists have discov。ered two engraved bones with ochre incisions dating back 110,000 years, giving the world's earliest evidence for human beings' deliberate use of ochre engravings for symbolic。 purposes.The animal bones were discovered at the Lingjing site in Xuchang, central China's Henan Province, where Chinese researchers had found human cranial fossils dating back 105,000 to 125,000 years ago, and named the hominids "Xuchang Man."Li Zhanyang, the lead expert in the engraved bone discovery and research team and professor of the Institute of Cultural Heritage under Shandong University, said the production of abstract engravings is considered an indicator of modern human cognition, which led to the development of symbols, drawings, language, math and art.He said one of the bones has clear seven engraved lines with the presence of a red residue. Based on experimental reproduction and subsequent microscopic analysis, the researchers found the sequential marks were made with different tools and motions. But they have not been able to decipher the meaning of the marks."More than 30,000 bone fragments have been unearthed from the site in the continuous excavations since 2005. But I had seen none with such engravings before the finding," said Li.He said the cut marks were produced by an extremely sharp point and were engraved on weathered rather than fresh bones.A paper on the study was published by Antiquity, a peer-reviewed journal of world archaeology on Monday.The research team extended special thanks to Francois-Xavier Le Bourdonnec, known for his research on early bone engravings in South Africa, for his references on the engraved bones in Xuchang.Li said the Xuchang bone engraving is 40,000 years older than the finding in South Africa. No potential relation between the two has been found.[ Editor:Shi Ruoqi ] Comments are filtered for language and registration is not required. Guangming Online makes no guarantee of comments' factual accuracy. By posting your comment you agree to ourhouse rules.China Focus: Experts call for sci西湖风景区内多种花卉竞相。开放,呈现出一派早春二月的美丽。景色。”彭鸽子回忆。父亲说。。

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono, who is here to attend the upcoming ninth meeting of foreign ministers of China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK), in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 20, 2019. (Xinhua/Zhang Ling)BEIJING, Aug. 20 (Xinhua) -- Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met here Tuesday with Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono, who was here to attend the upcoming ninth meeting of foreign ministers of China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK).Wang said recently China and Japan saw the improvement of ties and the achievement 。should be cherished as it did not come easily. He called closer communication between the two sides to create necessary conditions and a good atmosphere for high-level political exchanges in the next stage.Wang said the two sides should strengthen cooperation in the multilateral arena and jointly oppos。e all forms of protectionism and unilateralism.He clarified China's principles and positions on sensitive issues between China and Japan, stressing that both sides should strengthen risk prevention and control, and handle differences in a constructive manner.Kono said that Japan is willing to work closely with China to ensure positive results of high-level political exchanges in the next stage.Wang also clarified China's opposition to the U.S. attempt to deploy land-based intermediate-range missiles in the region. Kono reiterated that Japan will continue to adhere to the "purely defensive defense" strategy.The meeting of the three countries' foreign ministers is scheduled for Wednesday. 1 2 Next Page Last Page21 [ Editor: WPY ]China eyes closer communication with Japan as FMs meet in Beijing(1)电子战从一战前的通信干扰、对抗,二战期间的雷达对抗,到20世纪五六十。年代的对导弹的干扰、欺骗,电子对抗的领域不断扩展,对抗形式不断翻新、对抗手段越来越多,电子战装备也发展成为软硬杀伤结合,超宽频段覆盖、侦察干扰。一体化。Yuan Longping (2nd R) , the "father of hybrid rice", inspects a demonstration field with other experts at Hunan Hybrid Rice R。esearch Center in Changsha, capital of Hunan Province, Oct. 22, 2019。. The third-generation hybrid rice developed by Yuan Longping, the "father of hybrid rice," and his team underwent its first public yield monitoring from Monday to Tuesday and achieved high output. The final yield of the tested variety, G3-1S/P19, came to 1,046.3 kg per mu (about 667 square meters), based on two plots of land in Qingzhu Village under the city of Hengyang in Hunan. (Xinhua/Chen Zeguo) Front Page Prev Page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 888 [ Editor: ZY ]China Focus: World's largest telescope more powerful, popular after two yearsZHENGZHOU, July 9 (Xinhua) -- Chinese archeologists have discovered two engraved bones with ochre incisions dating back 110,000 years, giving the world's earliest evidence for human beings' deliberate use of ochre engravings for symbolic purposes.The animal bones were discovered at the Lingjing site in Xuchang, central China's Henan。 Province, where Chinese researchers had found human cranial fossils dating back 105,000 to 125,000 years ago, and named the hominids "Xuchang Man."Li Zhanyang, the lead expert in the engraved bone discovery and research team and professor of the Institute of Cultural Heritage under Shandong University, said the production of abstract engravings is considered an indicator of modern human cognition, which led to the development of symbols, drawings, language, math and art.He said one of the bones has clear seven engraved lines with the presence of a red residue. Based on experimental reproduction and subsequent microscopic analysis, the researchers found the sequential marks were made with different tools and motions. But they have not been able to decipher the meaning of the marks."More than 30,000 bone fragments have been unearthed from the site in the continuous excavations since 2005. But I had seen none with such engravings before the finding," said Li.He said the cut marks were produced by an extremely sharp point and were engraved on weathered rather than fresh bones.A paper on the study was published by Antiquity, a peer-reviewed journal of world archaeology on Monday.The research team extended special thanks to Francois-Xavier Le Bourdonnec, known for his research on early bone engravings in South Africa, for his references on the engraved bones in Xuchang.Li said the Xuchang bone engraving is 40,000 years older than the finding in South Africa. No potential relation between the two has been。 found.[ Editor:Shi Ruoqi ] Comments are filtered for language and registration is not required. Guangming Online makes no guarantee of comments' factual accuracy. By posting your comment you agree to ourhouse rules.China Focus: Experts call for sci

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ZHENGZHOU, July 9 (Xinhua) -- Chinese archeologists have discov。ered two engraved bones with ochre incisions dating back 110,000 years, giving the world's earliest evidence for human beings' deliberate use of ochre engravings for symbolic。 purposes.The animal bones were discovered at the Lingjing site in Xuchang, central China's Henan Province, where Chinese researchers had found human cranial fossils dating back 105,000 to 125,000 years ago, and named the hominids "Xuchang Man."Li Zhanyang, the lead expert in the engraved bone discovery and research team and professor of the Institute of Cultural Heritage under Shandong University, said the production of abstract engravings is considered an indicator of modern human cognition, which led to the development of symbols, drawings, language, math and art.He said one of the bones has clear seven engraved lines with the presence of a red residue. Based on experimental reproduction and subsequent microscopic analysis, the researchers found the sequential marks were made with different tools and motions. But they have not been able to decipher the meaning of the marks."More than 30,000 bone fragments have been unearthed from the site in the continuous excavations since 2005. But I had seen none with such engravings before the finding," said Li.He said the cut marks were produced by an extremely sharp point and were engraved on weathered rather than fresh bones.A paper on the study was published by Antiquity, a peer-reviewed journal of world archaeology on Monday.The research team extended special thanks to Francois-Xavier Le Bourdonnec, known for his research on early bone engravings in South Africa, for his references on the engraved bones in Xuchang.Li said the Xuchang bone engraving is 40,000 years older than the finding in South Africa. No potential relation between the two has been found.[ Editor:Shi Ruoqi ] Comments are filtered for language and registration is not required. Guangming Online makes no guarantee of comments' factual accuracy. By posting your comment you agree to ourhouse rules.China Focus: Experts call for sci西湖风景区内多种花卉竞相。开放,呈现出一派早春二月的美丽。景色。”彭鸽子回忆。父亲说。。

ZHENGZHOU, July 9 (Xinhua) -- Chinese archeologists have discov。ered two engraved bones with ochre incisions dating back 110,000 years, giving the world's earliest evidence for human beings' deliberate use of ochre engravings for symbolic。 purposes.The animal bones were discovered at the Lingjing site in Xuchang, central China's Henan Province, where Chinese researchers had found human cranial fossils dating back 105,000 to 125,000 years ago, and named the hominids "Xuchang Man."Li Zhanyang, the lead expert in the engraved bone discovery and research team and professor of the Institute of Cultural Heritage under Shandong University, said the production of abstract engravings is considered an indicator of modern human cognition, which led to the development of symbols, drawings, language, math and art.He said one of the bones has clear seven engraved lines with the presence of a red residue. Based on experimental reproduction and subsequent microscopic analysis, the researchers found the sequential marks were made with different tools and motions. But they have not been able to decipher the meaning of the marks."More than 30,000 bone fragments have been unearthed from the site in the continuous excavations since 2005. But I had seen none with such engravings before the finding," said Li.He said the cut marks were produced by an extremely sharp point and were engraved on weathered rather than fresh bones.A paper on the study was published by Antiquity, a peer-reviewed journal of world archaeology on Monday.The research team extended special thanks to Francois-Xavier Le Bourdonnec, known for his research on early bone engravings in South Africa, for his references on the engraved bones in Xuchang.Li said the Xuchang bone engraving is 40,000 years older than the finding in South Africa. No potential relation between the two has been found.[ Editor:Shi Ruoqi ] Comments are filtered for language and registration is not required. Guangming Online makes no guarantee of comments' factual accuracy. By posting your comment you agree to ourhouse rules.China Focus: Experts call for sci西湖风景区内多种花卉竞相。开放,呈现出一派早春二月的美丽。景色。”彭鸽子回忆。父亲说。。

首先,随着技术的。发展,未来驱逐舰的作。战能力将进一步提高。ZHENGZHOU, July 9 (Xinhua) -- Chinese archeologists have discovered two engraved bones with ochre incisions dating back 110,000 years, giving the world's earliest evidence for human beings' deliberate use of ochre engravings for symbolic purposes.The animal bones were discovered at the Lingjing site in Xuchang, central China's Henan Province, where Chinese researchers had found human cranial fossils dating back 105,000 to 125,000 years ago, and named the hominids "Xuchang Man."Li Zhanyang, the lead expert in the engraved bone discovery and research team and professor of the Institute of Cultural Heritage under Shandong University, said the production of abstract engravings is considered an indicator of modern human cognition, which led to the development of symbols, drawings, language, math and art.He said one of the bones has clear seven engraved lines with the presence of a red residue. Based on experimental reproduction and subsequent microscopic analysis, the researchers found the sequential marks were made with different tools and motions. But they have not been able to decipher the meaning of the marks."More than 30,000 bone fragments have been unearthed from the site in the continuous 。excavations since 2005. But I had seen none with such engravings before the finding," said Li.He said the cut marks were produced by an extremely sharp point and were engraved on weathered rather than fresh bones.A paper on the study was published by Antiquity, a peer-reviewed journal of world archaeology on Monday.The research team extended special thanks to Francois-Xavier Le Bourdonnec, known for his research on early bone engravings in South Africa, for his references on the engraved bones in Xuchang.Li said the Xuchang bone engraving is 40,000 years older than the finding in South Africa. No potential relation between the two has been found.[ Editor:Shi Ruoqi ] Comments are filtered for language and registration is not required. Guangmin。g Online makes no guarantee of comments' factual accuracy. By posting your comment you agree to ourhouse rules.China Focus: Experts call for sci

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