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Exhibition on Life and Production in Neolithic China
From:CNTV.CN  Writer:  Date:2012-01-04

 

Pottery Jia (cooking vessel), Keshengzhuang Culture (c. 2500-2000
BC), Unearthed at Keshengzhuang, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, 1955. It
is exhibited in the section of Life and Production in Neolithic China,
an exhibition of Ancient China in the National Museum of China. The
Neolithic Age began about 10,000 years ago. This period featured the
advent of agriculture, domesticated animals, polished stone tools,
and the invention of pottery. People began living in settlements with
blood relatives and the economy was gradually transformed into a
production-based one. (Source: China.org.cn)

Pottery Jia (cooking vessel), Keshengzhuang Culture (c. 2500-2000
BC), Unearthed at Keshengzhuang, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, 1955. It
is exhibited in the section of Life and Production in Neolithic China,
an exhibition of Ancient China in the National Museum of China. The
Neolithic Age began about 10,000 years ago. This period featured the
advent of agriculture, domesticated animals, polished stone tools,
and the invention of pottery. People began living in settlements with
blood relatives and the economy was gradually transformed into a
production-based one. (Source: China.org.cn)

Stone Quern and Roller, Peiligang Culture (c. 6100-5000 BC), unearthed at Peiligang,
Xinzheng, Henan Province, 1978. It is exhibited in the section of Life and Production
in Neolithic China, an exhibition of Ancient China in the National Museum of China.
The Neolithic Age began about 10,000 years ago. This period featured the advent of
agriculture, domesticated animals, polished stone tools, and the invention of pottery.
People began living in settlements with blood relatives and the economy was gradually
transformed into a production-based one. (Source: China.org.cn)

Eagle-shaped Pottery Ding (vessel), Yangshao Culture (c.5000-3000BC), Unearthed at
Taipingzhuang, Huaxian, Shaanxi Province, 1958. It is exhibited in the section of
Life and Production in Neolithic China, an exhibition of Ancient China in the National
Museum of China. The Neolithic Age began about 10,000 years ago. This period featured
the advent of agriculture, domesticated animals, polished stone tools, and the invention
of pottery. People began living in settlements with blood relatives and the economy
was gradually transformed into a production-based one. (Source: China.org.cn)

 

 
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