Nature Anthropology, Volume 2, Issue 1 (March 2024) – 5 articles

Editorial Open Access
Foreword to Resumption
  • Nature Anthropology 2023, 1(1), 10001; https://doi.org/10.35534/natanthropol.2023.10001
  • Shanghai Society of Anthropology   Check
     18 April 2023
    Perspective Open Access
    Encounter between Present Female Characters and Neolithic Inscribed Symbols Prior to Oracle-bone Inscriptions
  • Nature Anthropology 2023, 1(1), 10002; https://doi.org/10.35534/natanthropol.2023.10002
  • Lufei Wang   Qicheng Ye   Hui Li   Check
     12 June 2023

    Inscribed symbols of Neolithic Age were sometimes suspected to be initial writing prior to developed writing system. The earliest developed writing sy...

    Article Open Access
    Fine-scale Genetic Structure of Geographically Distinct Patrilineal Lineages Delineates Southward Migration Routes for Han Chinese
  • Nature Anthropology 2023, 1(1), 10004; https://doi.org/10.35534/natanthropol.2023.10004
  • Yichen Tao   Juanjuan Zhou    Letong Liang    Edward Allen    Yetao Zou    Zishuai Huang    Hui Li   Check
     20 July 2023

    The Han Chinese (HAN) represent the world’s largest ethnic group, and their genetic structure has been the focus of numerous studies. Yet previous stu...

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    Where Do Chinese Doublets Come From?—The Doublets from Prehistory to the Era of the Book of Poetry
  • Nature Anthropology 2023, 1(1), 10005; https://doi.org/10.35534/natanthropol.2023.10005
  • Di Jiang   Check
     08 August 2023

    The earliest writing in China is the oracle bone inscriptions of the Shang Dynasty, which records early Chinese, also known as oracle bone Chinese, wh...

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