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The earliest traces of human habitation in the Beijing municipality were found in the caves of Dragon Bone Hill near the village of [[Zhoukoudian]] in [[Fangshan District]], where [[Peking Man]] lived. ''[[Homo erectus]]'' fossils from the caves date to 230,000 to 250,000 years ago. [[Paleolithic]] ''[[homo sapiens]]'' also lived there more recently, about 27,000 years ago.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.unesco.org/ext/field/beijing/whc/pkm-site.htm|title=The Peking Man World Heritage Site at Zhoukoudian}}</ref> Archaeologists have found [[neolithic]] settlements throughout the municipality including [[Wangfujing]] in downtown Beijing.
 
The earliest traces of human habitation in the Beijing municipality were found in the caves of Dragon Bone Hill near the village of [[Zhoukoudian]] in [[Fangshan District]], where [[Peking Man]] lived. ''[[Homo erectus]]'' fossils from the caves date to 230,000 to 250,000 years ago. [[Paleolithic]] ''[[homo sapiens]]'' also lived there more recently, about 27,000 years ago.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.unesco.org/ext/field/beijing/whc/pkm-site.htm|title=The Peking Man World Heritage Site at Zhoukoudian}}</ref> Archaeologists have found [[neolithic]] settlements throughout the municipality including [[Wangfujing]] in downtown Beijing.
   
The first walled city in Beijing was Ji, the capital of the [[State of Ji]] from the 11th to 7th century BCE, and later the capital of the [[State of Yan]], one of the powers of the [[Warring States]] period (473–221 BCE). Ji was located to the south of [[Beijing West Railway Station]].<ref name=autogenerated1>{{cite web |title=Beijing's History |url=http://china.org.cn/english/features/beijing/30785.htm |publisher=China Internet Information Center|accessdate=1 May 2008}}</ref> After the fall of the Yan, the subsequent [[Qin Dynasty|Qin]], [[Han Dynasty|Han]], and [[Jìn Dynasty (265-420)|Jin]] dynasties made Ji the prefectural capital of the area.<ref name="hist"/> During the [[Tang Dynasty]], Ji known as [[Youzhou]] was headquarter of the [[Fanyang]] ''[[jiedushi]]'', the military governor of what is now northern [[Hebei]]. [[An Lushan]] launched the [[An Shi Rebellion]] from Fanyang in CE 755.
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The first walled city in Beijing was Ji, the capital of the [[State of Ji]] from the 11th to 7th century BCE, and later the capital of the [[State of Yan]], one of the powers of the [[Warring States]] period (473–221 BCE). Ji was located to the south of [[Beijing West Railway Station]].<ref name=autogenerated1>{{cite web |title=Beijing's History |url=http://china.org.cn/english/features/beijing/30785.htm |publisher=China Internet Information Center|accessdate=1 May 2008}}</ref> After the fall of the Yan, the subsequent [[Qin Dynasty|Qin]], [[Han Dynasty|Han]], and [[Jìn Dynasty (265-420)|Jin]] dynasties made Ji the assssssddddffghjklprefectural capital of the area.<ref name="hist"/> During the [[Tang Dynasty]], Ji known as [[Youzhou]] was headquarter of the [[Fanyang]] ''[[jiedushi]]'', the military governor of what is now northern [[Hebei]]. [[An Lushan]] launched the [[An Shi Rebellion]] from Fanyang in CE 755.
   
 
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