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Diet and Oral Hygiene of the People in Early Qin Dynasty from the Xishan Site,Gansu Province

WEI Miao1,2,WANG Tao1,ZHAO Cong-cang3,CHEN Liang3,WANG Chang-sui1(1.Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049;2.Lao She Memorial,Beijing 100007;3.Department of Archaeology,Northwest University,Xi'an 710069)  
Parafunctional and other tooth wear,caries and antemortem tooth loss,as well as other oral health indicators and cultural-related characteristics were studied on dental remains dating to the Pre-Qin period from the Xishan site,Lixian County,Gansu Province.Based on dental comparisons with other available samples from other ancient people in China and abroad,our results indicate that the dietary structure of the Xishan people was polyphagous and that their subsistence strategies were mixture of herding and agriculture.
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