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THE LONGSHAN PERIOD AND INCIPIENT CHINESE CIVILIZATION

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In the ongoing reconceptualization of Chinese cultural origins, the Longshan period (third millennium BC) has emerged as the incipient stage of complex civilization in China. It is now realized that many important characteristics of traditional Chinese society came to fruition during prehistoric times. Following a brief outline of the early processes leading to the formation of state-level civilization in China, this essay discusses some of the major archaeological indicators of socio-political complexity.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

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