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Research On The Faunal Remains Of Longshan Culture In Dinggong Site Zouping

Posted on:2015-04-22Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:X Y RaoFull Text:PDF
GTID:2285330431453296Subject:Cultural relics and museums to learn
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Zooarchaeology can help us know about the fauna in the past, rebuild the paleoenvironment of that time, reveal the relationship between humans and animals, and human’s behavioral pattern. Dinggong site has found a mass of cultural remains, containning Dawenkou culture, Longshan culture, Yueshi culture, late Shang and Han dynasty, espacially the abundant remains in Longshan culture. This paper studies in the faunal remains in Longshan culture to know the relationship between human and animals, recover the life-pattern at that time, basing on the identification. The whole structure of this thesis can be divided into six parts.Chapter1:The introduction. Briefly review the history of Zooarchaeology at home and at Haidai area, as well as the method and research background.Chapter2:The fauna. Firstly, introduce the conservation situation. Then introduce the result of identification in Longshan culture according to Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus and Species.Chapter3:Recover the ancient environment. Introduce the faunal ecological habit to infer and recover the environment of that time.Chapter4:Survival strategy. Firstly, analyze the situation of raising domesticated animals; then, surmise the source of meat according to the estimation of meat weight.Chapter5:Behavioral pattern. Surmise the human’s behavioral pattern in Longshan culture on the basis of findsports, the skeletal part frequency and modification.Chapter6:Comparative study. Comparing with the sites in Dawenkou culture to know the human’s behavioral pattern. Discussing the connection between the settlements in Longshan culture.Chapter7:Conclusion. In the end, summarize the research and point out the limitations.
Keywords/Search Tags:Dinggong site, Longshan culture, Animal remains, Survivalstrategy, Behavioral pattern
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