added by archaeologs The eastern edge of Sundaland and the East Asian faunal zone during the Pleistocene. The line runs between Bali and Lombok, Borneo and Sulawesi, thence northwards to the west of the Philippines. It marks the southeastern edge of the Asian continent during Pleistocene periods of low sea-level. Often confused with Wallace’s Line, which follows the same course, but runs south, not west, of the Philippines, Huxley’s Line also marks (on present evidence) the limit of settlement by hominids before 50,000 be.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983