Turner 1987

[22nov12K lab mikropal; dibaca 9sept11J kedubes US]
p.316-317
Sundadonty & origin of modern human
#Although much remains to be learned about the dental characteristics of recent & subfossil populations in many parts of the Old word, what is known does provide a fairly secure basis for working dental hypotheses about the geogenetic origin of anatomically modern humans.

Meskipun masih banyak yang harus dipelajari tentang karakteristik gigi dari populasi terbaru & subfossil dari Old World, apa yang dikenal/diketahui tidak memberikan dasar yang cukup aman untuk pekerjaan membuat hipotesa gigi tentang asal-usul geogenetic manusia modern secara anatomis.

#As mentioned previously, Sundadonty is more like my small sample of Cro-Magnon teeth than is Sinodonty. Therefore, it stands to reason that the Sundadont pattern is probably older than Sinodonty. But I have no personally examined any of the Pleistocene or early Holocene teeth from China.Sinodonty could antedate the 18,000 year old UC teeth (Jia 1980).

Seperti disebutkan sebelumnya, Sundadonty lebih seperti contoh kecil saya yi gigi Cro-Magnon daripada Sinodonty. Oleh karena itu, masuk akal bahwa pola Sundadont mungkin lebih tua dp Sinodonty.Tapi aku tidak secara pribadi memeriksa salah satu gigi Holosen Pleistosen atau awal dari Cina.Sinodonty bisa mendahului gigi UC yg berumur 18000 th (Jia 1980)

#It has also been pointed out that SE.Asia was almost certainly less disrupted by world climatic change than were other regions of the Old world of comparable size, so there is good reason to suspect that the Sundadont pattern has remained more or less the same from the time it first emerged or was introduced into SE.Asia by the first anatomically modern humans [p.317]

Ia juga telah menunjukkan bahwa SE.Asia hampir pasti kurang terganggu oleh perubahan iklim dunia daripada yang daerah lain di dunia lama dengan ukuran yang sebanding, sehingga ada alasan kuat untuk mencurigai bahwa pola Sundadont tetap kurang lebih sama dari waktu pertama kali muncul atau diperkenalkan ke SE.Asia oleh manusia modern secara anatomis pertama [p.317]

#Dates for early modern humans in SE.Asia are in the 30,000-40,000 year range based on Niah cave in Sarawak (Kennedy 1979), Tabon in the Philippines (Fox 1970) & Lake Mungo & other finds in southeastern Australia (Jones 1973; Thorne 1974, 1980). In other words, anatomically modern people turn up in SE.Asia at about the same time as they do in Europe & seemingly earlier than in north China [p.317]

Munculx Hss di SE.Asia berada di kisaran 30.000-40.000 tahun berdasarkan temuan di gua Niah di Sarawak (Kennedy 1979), Tabon di Filipina (Fox 1970) & Lake Mungo & penemuan lainnya di tenggara Australia (Jones 1973; Thorne 1974, 1980). Dengan kata lain, secara anatomis Hss muncul di SE.Asia pada sekitar waktu yang sama seperti di Eropa & tampaknya lebih awal daripada di Cina utara [p.317].

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