Korean Social Archaeology: Early Villages
This book is a compilation of the papers about Korean Neolithic written by Professor Nelson over the course of her career in East Asian archaeology. The first section deals with plant and animal domestication in Korea. The second part concerns ways to identify the functions of artifacts. The next papers discuss tribes, lineages, the division of labor, and gender. Comparisons of Korean Neolithic with sites elsewhere in Asia help to place Korean sites in their regional setting. The book ends with some thoughts about Korean archaeology in the past and the future of Korean
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The Relationships between the Early Neolithic
The Social Structure of Korean Neolithic Sites
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Agricultural Domestication Amsa-dong Amsa-ri artifacts boar bones catchment ceramic China chipped Cishan coastal sites culture decorated deer diameter Dongbei Dongmak Dongsam-dong earliest Early Village East Asia east coast evidence excavated fishhooks fishing grains grinding stones groups Han River hoes Holocene houses Hyo-jai Incidental Domestication Incipient Jomon incised interpretations Japan Jeulmun period Jeulmun pottery Jitap-ri Jomon Kim Won-yong kimchi Korean archaeology Korean Neolithic Korean peninsula Korean sites layer Liaodong peninsula Liaoning Manchuria Mesolithic microcores microliths millet Misa-ri Nelson Neolithic sites North Korea Osan-ri paper pattern pigs plant cultivation plant domestication pots pottery pottery types Prehistoric Korea projectile points radiocarbon dates region rice Rindos River sites rocker-stamping Sangnodae Island sea mammals sedentary sedentism semi-subterranean Seoul shape shell mound sherds similar sinkers Sites in Korea social structure Specialized Domestication stone tools subsistence base suggest tribes vessels wild winter Yellow Sea Yes Yes Yes