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《Southeast Culture》 2017-05
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The Subsistence Strategy of Early Majiabang Culture: A Zooarchaeological Perspective

SONG Yan-bo;The School of History and Culture, Shandong University;  
In early Majiabang Culture, the residents of the Taihu lake valley depended on hunting and fishing for their meat consumption. The fauna composition of one settlement is believed to be tired to the geographical location of the settlement and the residents' utilization of natural resources. At the time, dogs and pigs had been domesticated and the pig breading level was advancing; Buffalos were still a wild species yet to be domesticated. In addition to meat consumption, people also used animal bones and deer horns to make tools and utensils. Very likely, some special animals were also consumed as fur resources.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金青年项目“胶东沿海地区大汶口文化早期的生物考古学研究”(14CKG003)资助
【CateGory Index】: K878;S-09
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