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Chinese Neolithic culture of c. 4500–2700 BC. It was characterized by the emergence of delicate wheel-made pots of various colours; ornaments of stone, jade, and bone; walled towns; and high-status burials involving ledges for displaying grave goods, coffin chambers, and the burial of animal teeth, pig heads, and pig jawbones. See alsoErlitou culture; Hongshan culture; Longshan culture; Neolithic Period.
Variants of DAWENKOU CULTURE
Dawenkou culture or Ta-wen-k'ou culture
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