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Neolithic China into the Shang, Zhou,  and Qin Dynasties January 8 – January 19, 2007
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Pronunciation and Spelling Pinyin (Pin Yin) and Wade Giles Zhou = Chou Qin = Ch’in Tang = T’ang Yuan = Yüan Qing = Ch’ing Sounds like: c = ts e = ŭ i=ē q=ch u=oo x=sh ie=ĕ iu=ew ui=ay ou=ō zh=j uan=wan
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Early Neolithic  Stone Tools c. 5000 – 3000 BC
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Neolithic Cultures Yangshao c. 5000 – 2750 BC Majiayao c. 4000 – 2250 BC Dawenkou c. 5000 – 2250 BC Hongshan c. 4500 – 2750 BC Liangzhu c. 3300 – 2250 BC Longshan c. 3000 – 1700 BC
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Reconstruction drawing of the village of Banpo Yangshao Culture, c. 4500 BC Xi’an, Shaanxi
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Excavated site of Banpo
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Diagram of the Village of Jiangzhai Yangshao Culture, c. 4000 BC Lintong, Shaanxi
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Diagram of House Constructions
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Reconstructed Houses at Banpo
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Bowl, 5th millennium BC Found in Banpo “Painted Pottery People” Yangshao Culture
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Bowl, 5th millennium BC Found in Banpo “Painted Pottery People” Yangshao Culture Detail of painted decoration
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Bowl, 5th-4th millennium   BC Found in Henan Province “Painted Pottery People” Yangshao Culture
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Basin, 4th millennium  BC “Painted Pottery People” Yangshao Culture
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Head Vessels, 4th millennium BC “Painted Pottery People” Yangshao Culture
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Ithyphallic Vessel, 3rd millennium  BC “Painted Pottery People” Yangshao Culture
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Large Burial Urn, 3rd millennium  BC “Painted Pottery People” Majiayao Culture
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Footed  Tazza , 3rd millennium  BC “Painted Pottery People” Majiayao Culture
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Pedestal Bowl, 4th  millennium  BC “Painted Pottery People” Dawenkou Culture
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Pig Jug, 4th  millennium  BC “Painted Pottery People” Dawenkou Culture
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Bird and Dragon Pendants, 4th millennium BC Jade Hongshan Culture
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Axe Blade, 3rd millennium BC Jade Liangzhu Culture
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Cong  (or  Zong ), 3rd millennium BC Jade Liangzhu Culture
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Corded ware (left) and Eggshell ware (right), 3rd - 2nd millennium BC “Black Pottery People” Longshan Culture
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Eggshell ware, 3rd - 2nd millennium BC “Black Pottery People” Longshan Culture
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Anthropomorphic Jug,  3rd - 2nd millennium BC “Black Pottery People” Longshan Culture
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Corded ware, 2nd millennium BC “Corded Pottery People” Possibly Longshan Culture
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