Vietnam Social Sciences, S. 2 (2017)

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Historical – Cultural Process of Prehistoric Residents in the Mountainous Area of Nghe An Province


Tóm tắt

The mountainous area of Nghe An province is a place which contains numerous prehistoric cave sites, attesting to an early human occupation around 60,000 years ago. The mountainous area of Nghe An is also the place where a number of late Paleolithic and early Neolithic sites came into being, contributing to the formation of the Da But, Quynh Van and Bau Tro cultures. In the post-Hoabinhian period, the ancient people of the mountains of Nghe An still maintained the Hoabinhian traditions such as living in caves, doing hunting - gathering, particularly collecting molluscan species. In the early Bronze Age, some upland groups of residents expanded their occupation to the river terrace and practiced the sedentary agricultural activities, contributing to the process of exchange, integration and acculturation in the Northern Central region of Vietnam. 

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Vietnam Social Sciences, ISSN: 1013-4328