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《科学通报(英文版)》 2003-03
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Development of ancestors' cultivation revealed in phytolith assemblages from Guangfulin relics

ZHANG Yulan1,2, ZHANG Minbin1 & SONG Jian3 1. Key Laboratory of Marine Geology of the Ministry of Education, Tongji University, Shanghai 200092, China; 2. State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai 200062, China; 3. Shanghai Museum, Shanghai 200003, China  
Shanghai Museum has got great achievements in re-excavating Guangfulin relics. It is the first time that the cultural remains of Wangyoufang type is found above the Liangzhu cultural remains which comes from East Henan Province, providing previous materials for researching cul-ture evolution around Taihu Lake. Samples were taken from the immature soil layer and cultural layers of Guangfulin relics for phytolith analysis. According to the systemic re-search for the archaeological remains and phytolith fossil, the phytoliths in Guangfulin relics can be divided into four zones. The development of rice agriculture and living condi-tion of Guangfulin ancestors was discussed based on the ex-isting rice fan-shaped phytolith, rice shell phytolith, diatom fossil and archaeology evidence in the same layer. The Guangfulin relics has gradually developed since a high sea level 5000 years ago, and the broad rice agriculture has si-multaneously developed. The newly re-excavated relics pro-vides valuable materials for the research of ancestors and ancient culture in Shanghai.
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