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Majiabang Culture|浙江嘉興▪馬家浜文化介紹©Exploring Jiaxing-2

作者:張穎、聶麗先    更新时间:2022-9-15 21:29:03

The Majiabang culture, also named Ma-chia-pang culture, was a Chinese Neolithic culture that existed at the mouth of the Yangtze River, primarily around Lake Tai near Shanghai and north of Hangzhou Bay. The culture spread throughout southern Jiangsu and northern Zhejiang from around 5000 BC to 3300 BC. The later part of the period is now considered a separate cultural phase, referred to as the Songze culture. After that, It was followed by the Liangzhu culture, and co-existed with the Hemudu culture.

Based on the discoveries of the archaeological findings, archaeologists had raised the statement that Majiabang culture is the origin of the early fishing, hunting and gathering economy in China, and its agriculture was developed, especially for the farming of rice, people living in this period used this as an economic method of production.

Majiabang people cultivated rice. At Caoxieshan and Chuodun, sites of the Majiabang culture, archaeologists excavated paddy fields, indicating the centrality of rice to the economy. In addition faunal remains excavated from Majiabang archaeological sites indicated that people had domesticated pigs. However, the remains of sika and roe deer have been found, showing that people were not totally reliant on agricultural production. Archaeological sites also bear evidence that Majiabang people produced jade ornaments.

(攝影製作:張穎、聶麗先)

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1. 江南文化之源

2. 花開嘉禾——發現馬家浜文化

3. 馬家浜人生活

4. 活力四射的馬家浜文化

5. 薪火相傳的馬家浜文化

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