Trinil is a palaeoanthropological site on the banks of the Bengawan Solo River in Java, Indonesia. It was at this site in 1891 that the DutchanatomistEugène Dubois discovered the first early hominid remains to be found outside of Europe: the famous "Java Man" specimen. Paleoanthropology is the branch of physical anthropology that focuses on the study of human evolution, tracing the anatomic and genetic linkages of pre-humans from millions of years ago, up to modern times. ... The Bengawan Solo River (alternatively, Solo River) is the longest river on the Indonesian island of Java, approximately 540 km in length. ... Map of Java Java (Indonesian, Javanese, and Sundanese: Jawa) is an island of Indonesia, and the site of its capital city, Jakarta. ... 1891 was a common year starting on Thursday (see link for calendar). ... Greek anatome, from ana-temnein, to cut up), is the branch of biology that deals with the structure and organization of living things; thus there is animal anatomy (zootomy) and plant anatomy (phytonomy). ... Eugene Dubois (January 28, 1858 - December 16, 1940) was a Dutch anatomist, who earned world-wide fame with the discovery of Homo erectus in Java in 1891. ... Genera Subfamily Ponginae Pongo - Orangutans Gigantopithecus (extinct) Sivapithecus (extinct) Lufengpithecus (extinct) Ankarapithecus (extinct) Subfamily Homininae Gorilla - Gorillas Pan - Chimpanzees Homo - Humans Dryopithecus (extinct) Ouranopithecus (extinct) Paranthropus (extinct) Australopithecus (extinct) Sahelanthropus (extinct) Orrorin (extinct) Ardipithecus (extinct) Kenyanthropus (extinct) Pierolapithecus (extinct) (tentative) The hominids are the members of the biological family Hominidae... A satellite composite image of Europe Europe is the worlds second-smallest continent in terms of area, covering around 10,790,000 kmÂ² (4,170,000 sq mi) or 2. ... Pithecanthropus erectus was the name first given to the Homo erectus specimen, also known as Java Man, by its discoverer Eugene Dubois. ...
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Trinil, born on July 27, 1965, has written the poem in Surabaya dialect and uses a traditional, sentimental style to describe her criticism of young people in Surabaya who have forgotten their indigenous culture.
Although she may be considered a newcomer in modern Javanese literature, Trinil, who also teaches at the school of pedagogy at Surabaya State University, is unique as a writer.
If you compare Trinil's work with that of other writers that also features Surabaya, then you will find that her works are not only rich in Surabaya dialect but are also laden with the cultural values of the city.
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