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Re: [Ind-Arch] The Earliest Known Pottery

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  • Arnaud
    ... *** This would also explain the case of Japanese Jomon with an archeological culture of clear paleolithic look, nevertheless with elaborate pottery. A.
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 30, 2012
      Le 30/06/2012 21:41, Carlos a écrit :
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      > The most interesting issue from this news is that pottery appeared in
      > a non-agricultural period in China around 20,000 years ago, but in
      > Western Asia agriculture appeared with no pottery around 10,000 years ago.
      >
      > Carlos
      >
      > http://popular-archaeology.com/issue/june-2012/article/the-earliest-known-pottery
      >
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      This would also explain the case of Japanese Jomon with an archeological
      culture of clear paleolithic look, nevertheless with elaborate pottery.

      A.
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