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The Origin of Pottery Cooking Utensil "GUI

Huang Xuanpei  
After sorting out different kinds of pottery cooking utensils unearthed in different cultural zones of Neolithic period and making a detailed analysis of them, the author finds out that there are two categories of pottery "gui", the solid-legged and hollow-legged;each kind has its own origin and lineage of transformation. The former one is believed to have originated in "Haidai" Cultural zone and the latter in "Taihu" Cultural zone. These findings may help to clarify some misunderstandings that generally view the hollow-legged "gui" to have developed from the solid-legged. These findings are of great significance in that they help to build up a space-time frame of reference and confirm the important historic status of Liangzhu Culture in the development of Chinese Civilization by giving order to the relationships between the Neolithic cultural zones around the Taihu Lake and other types of cultures in the vicinity.
【CateGory Index】: K876.9
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