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The Arts of China Neolithic Period
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Neolithic Culture in the Middle and Upper Reaches of the Yellow River Valley : The Yangshao Culture (5000 – 3000 BCE) (Painted Pottery Culture)
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Bowl Painted with Human Face and Fish , (Fig.1.4) Painted Pottery, H: 15.5 cm, D: 39.5 cm Unearthed in 1955 at Banpocun, Near Xi’an, Shaanxi, Early Yangshao Culture (Painted Pottery Culture), C. 4000 B.C., Neolithic Period, Currently in the Historical Museum in Beijing
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Bowl Painted with Human Face and Fish (Bottom and Detail of the Decoration), Painted Pottery, H: 15.5 cm, D: 39.5 cm Unearthed in 1955 at Banpocun, Near Xi’an, Shaanxi, Early Yangshao Culture (Painted Pottery Culture), C. 4000 B.C., Neolithic Period, Currently in the Historical Museum in Beijing
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Burial Urn, Painted Pottery, H: 35.9 cm, (Fig 1.5) Excavated at Banshan, Gansui, Yangshao Culture (Painted Pottery Culture), C. 2200 B.C., Neolithic Period, Currently in Seattle Art Museum
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Neolithic Culture in the Lower Reach of the Yellow River Valley: The Longshan Culture (2500 – 2000 BCE)
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course ARTH 290 taught by Professor Sarin during the Fall '06 term at Maryland.

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