Results 1-10 of 10
 | 
期刊文章
Fulltext
Ma ZhiKun; Yang XiaoYan; Zhang Chi; Sun YongGang; Jia Xin
SCIENCE CHINA-EARTH SCIENCES
2016
[ABSTRACT] It is generally recognized that millet agriculture originated in northern China. However, the domestication process of foxtail millet ( Setaria ita...
[KEYWORDS] Plant domestication; West Liaohe region; Agricultural origin; Neolithic Age; Starch grain analysis; STARCH GRAINS; NORTH CHINA; EAST-ASIA; PLANT; DOMESTICATION; SITE
期刊文章
Wang, Youping; Zhang, Songlin; Gu, Wanfa; Wang, Songzhi; He, Jianing; Wu, Xiaohong; Qu, Tongli; Zhao, Jingfang; Chen, Youcheng; Bar-Yosef, Ofer
ANTIQUITY
2015
[ABSTRACT] It has long been believed that the earliest ceramics in the central plain of China were produced by the Neolithic cultures of Jiahu 1 and Peiligang...
[KEYWORDS] China; early Holocene; sedentary hunter-gatherers; microblades; pottery; Lijiagou culture; NORTH CHINA; MICROBLADE TECHNOLOGY; GRINDING STONES; SITE; EXPLOITATION; ARCHAEOLOGY; CAVE; AGE
期刊文章
Liu, Haifeng; Qian, Wei; Chen, Jianli; Chen, Hongli; Chastain, Matthew L.; Notis, Michael R.
JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE
2017
[ABSTRACT] Field investigation was carried out to study ancient cast iron smelting furnaces at 15 sites from Imperial China. Petrographic analyses were perfor...
[KEYWORDS] Metallurgical ceramic; Refractory material; Cast iron; Smelting furnace; China; METALLURGICAL CERAMICS; SITE; CRUCIBLES; TOUGHNESS; STRENGTH; MULLITE; PERIOD
期刊文章
Wu, Qinglong; Zhao, Zhijun; Liu, Li; Granger, Darryl E.; Wang, Hui; Cohen, David J.; Wu, Xiaohong; Ye, Maolin; Bar-Yosef, Ofer; Lu, Bin; Zhang, Jin; Zhang, Peizhen; Yuan, Daoyang; Qi, Wuyun; Cai, Linhai; Bai, Shibiao
SCIENCE
2017
[ABSTRACT] 
[KEYWORDS] MONSOON; SITE
期刊文章
Yang, Xiaoyan; Chen, Qiuhe; Ma, Yongchao; Li, Zhao; Hung, Hsiao-chun; Zhang, Qianglu; Jin, Zhiwei; Liu, Suoqiang; Zhou, Zhenyu; Fu, Xianguo
SCIENCE BULLETIN
2018
[ABSTRACT] The origins and spreads of rice agriculture have been enduring topics, yet the timing and southward dispersal from the Yangtze River Basin have bee...
[KEYWORDS] Agriculture spread; Charred rice seeds; Phytolith analysis; Nanshan Site; Laoyuan Site; Guangdong and Fujian; RIVER; ORIGINS; AGRICULTURE; SITE
期刊文章
Lam, Wengcheong; Zhang, Qianglu; Chen, Jianli; Wu, Sum Yi
ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCES
2020-09-04
[ABSTRACT] It is widely acknowledged that the iron industry developed during the Han period led to the widespread distribution of iron implements, but how suc...
[KEYWORDS] WARRING STATES PERIOD; SLAG; SITE; PROVENANCE; BLOOMERY; SYSTEM; 0303 社会学;0601 考古学;0708 地球物理学;
期刊文章
Liu, Siran; He, Xiaolin; Chen, Jianli; Zou, Guisen; Guo, Shijia; Gong, Xicheng; Rehren, Thilo
JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE
2020-10
[ABSTRACT] Micro-slag artefacts from ancient bronze casting workshops were largely ignored in previous research despite their rich information potential. Curr...
[KEYWORDS] CALLEVA-ATREBATUM SILCHESTER; IRON PRODUCTION; ROMAN TOWN; LEAD; TECHNOLOGY; METALLURGY; HAMPSHIRE; CHINA; SITE; 0303 社会学;0601 考古学;0708 地球物理学;
期刊文章
Fulltext
Fuller, Dorian Q.; Hosoya, Leo Aoi; Zheng, Yunfei; Qin, Ling
economic botany
2010
[ABSTRACT] 
[KEYWORDS] Lagenaria siceraria; archaeobotany; domestication; Neolithic; Jomon; Hemudu; Liangzhu; LOWER YANGTZE; CUCURBITACEAE; LAGENARIA; PERIOD; PLANT; SITE
期刊文章
Chi, Zhang; Hung, Hsiao-chun
antiquity
2013
[ABSTRACT] The authors summarise the latest evidence for the introduction of rice cultivation into northern China, and show that it most probably began there ...
[KEYWORDS] China; seventh millennium BC; Yellow River; Huai River; Hanshui River; Yangtze River; Jiahu; Baligang; rice; RICE DOMESTICATION; CULTIVATED RICE; HENAN PROVINCE; WILD-RICE; CHINA; ORIGINS; AGRICULTURE; REGION; SITE
期刊文章
Yang, Xiaoyan; Wan, Zhiwei; Perry, Linda; Lu, Houyuan; Wang, Qiang; Zhao, Chaohong; Li, Jun; Xie, Fei; Yu, Jincheng; Cui, Tianxing; Wang, Tao; Li, Mingqi; Ge, Quansheng
proceedings of the national academy of sciences of the united states of america
2012
[ABSTRACT] It is generally understood that foxtail millet and broomcorn millet were initially domesticated in Northern China where they eventually became the ...
[KEYWORDS] starch grain analysis; agriculture origins; early Neolithic; millet domestication; East Asia; STARCH GRAIN ANALYSIS; DOMESTICATION; SITE; DONGHULIN
Results 1-10 of 10
  • <<
  • 1
  • >>