5 edition of The Chinese Neolithic found in the catalog.
September 3, 2007 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||326|
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"The Chinese Neolithic is a major achievement. The book presents a coherent and methodologically quite sophisticated vision of the late prehistory of the middle and lower Yellow River basin Liu's compelling investigation into the precursors of the early Chinese dynasties elicits great admiration.
"Cited by: The Chinese Neolithic. : This book studies the formation of complex societies in prehistoric China during the Neolithic and early state periods, c. Archaeological materials are interpreted through anthropological perspectives, using systematic analytic methods in settlement and burial : Li Liu.
The Chinese Neolithic. : The Yellow River valley of China, during the period ca.saw the transformation of egalitarian societies into stratified chiefdoms giving rise to early states. This book examines that transformation, emphasizing the interplay of many factors affecting these processes, such as climatic fluctuation, population Author: Li Liu.
The book covers Paleolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age archaeology in China. Although somewhat dated, it remains one of the most authoritative general overviews of research on Neolithic cultures up to the s and provides a framework for the transition from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age in China.
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Sections of present-day north-east China also contain sites of the Neolithic Hongshan culture that manifested aspects of proto-Chinese culture. One neolithic (ca. BCE) Chinese pottery vessel, Yangshao culture, Banshan type. The vessel, either urn or vase, has a narrow neck and foot with a wildly rotund belly which gives the vessel a dramatic nature and is accentuated by the black and red decoration of geometric patterns.
Low fired ance: Collection of Bruce Dayton Ruth Stricker Dayton, : Chinese Neolithic terracotta pot with black decoration. With bisected oval and four lined X designs on the body. Striped design along the rim and handles.
Two handles attached from the lip to the body of the pot. Holes original to the creation of the pot along the bottom ance: Collection of Bruce Dayton Ruth Stricker Dayton, : 7 14 in x diameter: 8 12 in.
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