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An Analysis of the Origin of Rice-growing Culture in China

Huang Jianhua;Institute of Cultural Relics and Archeology of Sichuan Province;  
China's rice-growing culture originated in the Yangtze River Valley and the southern region, and then spread to the north, Southeast Asia and South Asia and the rest of the world. Archaeological discoveries reveal that the origin of cultivated rice in South China is obviously multi-source, not only with the distribution of wild rice resources, but also closely related to the habitat and reproduction of Baiyue ethnic groups, revealed Baiyue ethnic group is probably the earliest domestication The ancestors of wild rice. China's rice culture is extremely rich in content, a direct impact on the formation of a lot of folk.
【Key Words】: Agricultural archeology The origin of rice cultivation Bai Yue ethnic group Worship of dragon
【Fund】: 国家社科基金项目特别委托项目“《骆越文化的考古研究》”(项目批准编号:15@ZH001)阶段性研究成果
【CateGory Index】: K878;S511
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