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《Southeast Culture》 2017-05
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Preliminary Analysis of the Carbonized Plant Remains from the Dingjiacun Site in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province

WU Wen-wan;SI Hong-wei;WANG Shu-min;LI Yong-jun;Nanjing Museum;Zhenjiang Museum;Wuxi Research Institute of Cultural Heritage Preservation and Archaeology;  
Analysis of the carbonized plants remains collected from Dingjiacun site shows that this settlement adopted agriculture as their main subsistence strategy with wild food gathering as a supplement. The crops that grown in the area included millet, broomcorn millet, rice, wheat, and soybeans, representing a combined wet-dry farming mode. Rice had been a traditional food of Ningzhen area where Dingjiacun is located. Millet, broomcorn millet, and wheat were introduced from other regions, a likely result of the communication and exchanges of Ningzhen area with the central plain and Haidai area; Millet and broomcorn millet arrived earlier than rice. This paper is the first publication on the study of the carbonized plant remains of Hushu Culture in Ningzhen area. It provides materials and clues for the study of the subsistence strategy of Hushu Culture.
【Fund】: 国家社科基金重大项目“史前时期中西文化交流”(批准号:12&2D151);; 山东大学考古学与历史学学科高峰建设计划——“海岱地区龙山时代生业经济研究”共同资助
【CateGory Index】: K878;S-09
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