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Fate of buried Java Man revealed in unseen notes from Homo erectus dig

One of the first excavations to find extinct human remains took place on Java in the 1890s, and the original documentation reveals details about the mudflow that encased the fossils there

Humans 30 March 2022

RCHDGR . Die Pithecanthropus-Schichten auf Java. Geologische und palaontologische Ergebnisse der Trinil-Expedition (1907 und 1908), ausgefuhrt mit Unterstutzung der Akademischen Jubilaumsstiftung der Stadt Berlin und der Koniglich bayerischen Akademi der Wissenschaften. Geology; Paleontology; Homo erectus. Sdenka-Trinu-Expedition. Tafel III.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Selenka, Lenore; Blanckenhorn, Max Ludwig

Archaeological dig in Indonesia where the Java Man fossils were found

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The first large excavation of ancient human remains in Indonesia, in the 1890s, were done with great care – according to an analysis of unpublished documents from the dig.

The original excavations revealed that Homo erectus on Java lived in a lush valley alongside a range of large animals, including antelope and elephants. Researchers including Paul C. H. Albers at the Naturalis Biodiversity Center in the Netherlands have analysed the records, and they say the animals in the fossil bed …