Pacific northeast Asia in prehistory: hunter-fisher-gatherers, farmers, and sociopolitical elites
This volume incorporates the richest body of data ever assembled on northeast Asia's prehistory, covering cultural change and development from the Paleolithic stone industries through the formation of advanced states.
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The Emergence of HunterFisherGatherers Farmers and Sociopolitical Elites in the Prehistory
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adze Ainu Akazawa ancient animal Anthropology archaeological arrowheads artifacts assemblage bifaces bones Bronze Age burials Carbon century A.D. ceramic Chinese coast coastal Daxi Culture deer developed diet dietary dolphin earthenware edited evidence excavation faunal fishing foxtail millet Henan History Hokkaido Holocene Hong-shan Honshu Hubei human hunter-gatherers hunting isotope ratios Japan Japanese Jomon period kanjodori Kaogu kiln Kimhae Korea Korean peninsula late layer Liao River Liaoning Longshan Culture Manchuria marine Mawaki microlithic middle Miura caves Mumun Museum Neolithic Neolithic culture North China Northeast Asia northern Pacific Paleolithic patterns pits plain plant Pleistocene polished stone population pottery prehistoric region remains Research rice cultivation rice husk River basin River valley scrapers Seoul settlement Shaanxi shell mound social southern species stone daggers stone tools stoneware Sushen tion Tokyo tradition ture University upper upper Paleolithic vessels Wajil ware Yagi Yangshao culture Yayoi