skip to main content
Tipo de recurso Mostra resultados com: Mostra resultados com: Índice

The relative stability of prehistorical geographic environment in China’s tropics on the basis of archaeology

Zhenguo, Huang ; Weiqiang, Zhang

Journal of Geographical Sciences, 2002, Vol.12(4), pp.460-466 [Periódico revisado por pares]

Texto completo disponível

Citações Citado por
  • Título:
    The relative stability of prehistorical geographic environment in China’s tropics on the basis of archaeology
  • Autor: Zhenguo, Huang ; Weiqiang, Zhang
  • Assuntos: prehistorical period ; tropics ; China
  • É parte de: Journal of Geographical Sciences, 2002, Vol.12(4), pp.460-466
  • Descrição: According to archaeological data from about sixty samples the relative stability of physical and human geographical environment in the tropical zone of China is discussed in this paper. Because of the superior natural environment, sufficient food resources and a sparse population resulting in the absence of social requirement to transform the productive forces, the advancement of economy and society was stagnated during prehistorical period in China’s tropics. Compared with northern China, the appearance of ground stone tool stagnated about 3,000 years, the beginning of Bronze Age, about 1,000 years, and the agriculture, 2,500–3,000 years. The no ceramics age continued till the early Neolithic Age and the appearance of colour or white ceramics was 2,000 years later than that in northern China. The life form of migration to gather and to hunt continued till the middle Neolithic Age, and the fixed settlement based on agriculture 1,000–2,000 years stagnated. The clan commune just appeared at the end of the Neolithic Age which was 2, 000–3,000 years later than that in northern China.
  • Idioma: Inglês

Buscando em bases de dados remotas. Favor aguardar.