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by Tianlong Jiao

The Neolithic of Southeast China: Cultural Transformation and Regional Interaction on the Coast download ebook
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1934043168
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978-1934043165
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Tianlong Jiao
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Cambria Press (June 18, 2007)
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324 pages
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In this book, leading archaeologist Tianlong Jiao takes us on an archaeological investigation into the patterns and processes involved in the cultural changes on the coast of Southeast China during the Neolithic period.

In this book, leading archaeologist Tianlong Jiao takes us on an archaeological investigation into the patterns and processes involved in the cultural changes on the coast of Southeast China during the Neolithic period. The Neolithic of Southeast China began with a full array of Winner of the 2007 Philip and Eugenia Cho Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Asian Studies! In this book, leading archaeologist Tianlong Jiao takes us on an archaeological investigation into the patterns and processes involved in the cultural changes on the coast of Southeast China during the Neolithic period. The Neolithic of Southeast China began with a full array of pottery, polished stone tools and bone tools around 6500 . and ended with the appearance of bronzes around 3500 . This book takes us through the three periods: early (ca, 6500-5000 . middle (ca. 5000-4300 . and late (ca. 4300-3500 .

Jiao, Tianlong (2007), The Neolithic of southeast China: cultural transformation and regional interaction on the coast, Cambria Press, ISBN 978-1-934043-16-5

Jiao, Tianlong (2007), The Neolithic of southeast China: cultural transformation and regional interaction on the coast, Cambria Press, ISBN 978-1-934043-16-5. Li, Kuang-ti (2013), "First farmers and their adaptation in coastal Taiwan", in Underhill, Anne P. (e., A Companion to Chinese Archaeology, John Wiley & Sons, pp. 612–633, ISBN 978-1-4443-3529-3. Dapenkeng Archaeological Site, New Taipei City government.

Jiao, Tianlong (2007). Neolithic Cultures in Southeast China, Taiwan, and Luzon". First Islanders: Prehistory and Human Migration in Island Southeast Asia. The Neolithic of southeast China: cultural transformation and regional interaction on the coast. ISBN 978-1-934043-16-5.

Cultural transformation and regional interaction on the coast of southeast China during the Neolithic Period /. Article.

This study uses XRF (X-ray fluorescence) and ICP-MS (inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry) analyses to determine the chemical composition of raw material used in stone tool production. The goal is to identify where stone adzes, which are common in Neolithic sites on the coast of Mainland China, were produced and if they were transported from the production areas to other places. Our study focuses on adzes from three Neolithic sites located on the Fujian coast of Mainland China, opposite Taiwan. Cultural transformation and regional interaction on the coast of southeast China during the Neolithic Period /. p. 57. ^ Goodenough, Ward (1996). Prehistoric Settlement of the Pacific, Volume 86, Part 5. 53.

Tracking Neolithic interactions in Southeast China: evidence from stone adze geochemistry. Toward an alternative perspective on the foraging and low-level food production on the coast of China. Quaternary International, Vol. 419, Issue. Geoarchaeology 20: 765–76.

cultural transformation and regional interaction on the coast. Published 2007 by Cambria Press in Youngstown, . Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Neolithic period, Prehistoric Tools. Includes bibliographical references and index.

What emerges from this book is the variability and the specificity of human-material interactions and the rather more .

What emerges from this book is the variability and the specificity of human-material interactions and the rather more active role that matter plays in these than traditionally conceived. Rather than being insignificant, a formless substrate or simply a constraint to human action, it is argued that materials are more fundamental. Tracing the processes by which the properties of past materials emerge reveals the working of past worlds, particularly articulations of the cultural, the natural and the supernatural.

Cultural Transformation and Regional Interaction on the Coast of Southeast China during the Neolithic Period. Lost Maritime Cultures: China and the Pacific.

Winner of the 2007 Philip and Eugenia Cho Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Asian Studies! In this book, leading archaeologist Tianlong Jiao takes us on an archaeological investigation into the patterns and processes involved in the cultural changes on the coast of Southeast China during the Neolithic period. The Neolithic of Southeast China began with a full array of pottery, polished stone tools and bone tools around 6500 B.P., and ended with the appearance of bronzes around 3500 B.P. This book takes us through the three periods: early (ca, 6500-5000 B.P.), middle (ca. 5000-4300 B.P.), and late (ca. 4300-3500 B.P.), detailing the transformation of subsistence patterns and the development of regional interaction spheres The Neolithic people on both sides of the Taiwan Strait were proto-Austronesians. They first expanded to Taiwan around 6500-5000 B.P., and maintained regular contacts with the mainland until 3500 B.P. Their expansions were possibly motivated by multiple factors such as trade and new immigrant pressure. Given the increasing international attention of the search for the homeland of Austronesian speakers, this book is especially timely since it addresses the implications of the Neolithic cultural changes of Southeast China and adds to our understanding of the early expansion of the proto-Austronesians. The foreword to this groundbreaking study is by world renowned archaeologist and scholar, Professor Ofer Bar-Yosef of Harvard University.