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New radiocarbon and archaeobotanical evidence reveal the timing and route of southward dispersal of rice farming in south China
[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
[ABSTRACT] Preserved ancient botanical evidence in the form of rice phytoliths has confirmed that people farmed domesticated rice (Oryza sativa) in the interi...
[KEYWORDS] ISLAND SOUTHEAST-ASIA; EXPRESS-TRAIN; DOMESTICATION; PHYTOLITHS; DISPERSAL; LANGUAGE; ORIGINS; CHINA; 0706 大气科学;
[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
[ABSTRACT] The authors give us a newly documented account of the dissemination of agriculture, and rice cultivation in particular, into southern China and bey...
[KEYWORDS] Southeast Asia; China; southern China; rice; cultivation; origins of agriculture; Austronesian; Austroasiatic; RICE CULTIVATION; YANGTZE REGION; WILD-RICE; DOMESTICATION; ASIA; ORIGINS; MODEL
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