ANT 304 Class Lecture Week 8
ANT 304 Class Lecture Week 8 ANT 304
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Date Created: 10/14/16
Class Lecture Week 8 10/12 North China: Yang Shao Culture separate from SE China north China has root crops & grains millet, foxtail millet (princ. crop) 1 historical dynasties b/c horticulture > confident food supply > villages > civilizations red pottery shiny black decorative designs stone tools Yang Shao = local village but site not typesite anymore better examples in other places but name stuck semipermanent settlement Hoes, spades, digging sticks most important dom. animals = dogs, pigs wild grain harvesting, fishing, hunting wild animal bones found horse, leopard, deer, rhino, rabbits houses 35 cm across in diameter 2 rows facing the main “road” square, oblong, round variety of shapes technological achievement painted red pottery symbol or simple design beginnings of writing wrote what vessel contained? who owned it? still debated stone implements axes tools used to fell trees tools for carpentry arrows/ spearheads YangShao & TaP’enK’eng = 2 different areas of development diff. potter diff. dom. animals both reaching semipermanent development not much evidence of communication btwn 2 groups
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