New Frontiers in the Neolithic Archaeology of Taiwan (5600-1800 BP) (eBook, PDF) - Kuo, Su-Chiu
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This book summarizes the systematic research on the Neolithic cultures of Taiwan, based on the latest archaeological discoveries, and focusing on the maritime interactions between mainland southeast China, Taiwan, and southeast Asia during (5600-1800 BP). The study demonstrates and sheds light on the distinctiveness of Taiwan's Neolithic cultures, their interactions with the external cultures of its surrounding regions, the maritime cultural diffusion and early seafaring across sea regions like the Taiwan Strait, Bashi channel and South China Sea. Drawing on the author's deep understanding of…mehr

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This book summarizes the systematic research on the Neolithic cultures of Taiwan, based on the latest archaeological discoveries, and focusing on the maritime interactions between mainland southeast China, Taiwan, and southeast Asia during (5600-1800 BP). The study demonstrates and sheds light on the distinctiveness of Taiwan's Neolithic cultures, their interactions with the external cultures of its surrounding regions, the maritime cultural diffusion and early seafaring across sea regions like the Taiwan Strait, Bashi channel and South China Sea.
Drawing on the author's deep understanding of Taiwan and its surrounding regions, the book also incorporates recent archeological findings by Taiwanese researchers. Further, based on a new reconstruction of the spatiotemporal framework of Taiwanese prehistoric cultures, the chronologically arranged chapters discuss Neolithic cultures of the early, middle, late and final stage of this island region, revealing the prehistoric cultural development, regional typology and their maritime interactions with surrounding regions. The typological study of the native traits and external cultural influences of each stage of Neolithic culture shows the prehistoric and early history of this key stepping stone in the Asia-Pacific region.

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 05.12.2019
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9789813292635
  • Artikelnr.: 58392101
Autorenporträt
Su-chiu Kuo, holds a PhD. in Archaeology from Tokyo University of Japan, and is an Associate Research Fellow of the Institute of History and Philology at the Academia Sinica of Taiwan. She has served as an excavator at a series of important Neolithic sites in Taiwan, such as Botanical Garden, Yuanshan and Fengpitou. She has published a number of papers on the Neolithic maritime cultural interaction across the Taiwan Strait.
Inhaltsangabe
1 Introduction 1.1 Taiwan as a Cultural Stepping Stone between Continental East Asia and the Pacific 1.2 A Review of Research into Taiwan's Prehistoric Cultures: From Material Culture to the Origin of Austronesians 1.2.1 Early Investigations into the Origins of Material Cultures by Japanese Scholars in Taiwan 1.2.2 Archaeological Research by Scholars from Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait: Discussion of Cultural Interactions between Continental Asia and Islands 1.2.3 Western Scholars' Research into the Origins of the Austronesian Peoples 1.3 Methodology and Framework of This Book 1.3.1 Synthesis of Archaeological Materials and Reconstruction of a Chronology of Prehistoric Cultures of Taiwan 1.3.2 Conducting Synchronically Comparative Research on Mainland-Islands Prehistoric Cultural Interactions 2 Spatial-Temporal Framework for the Prehistoric Cultures of Taiwan 2.1 Revision of the Spatial-Temporal Framework for the Neolithic Cultures of Taiwan 2.1.1 Summary of the Cultural Sequence of Neolithic Cultures of Taiwan 2.1.2 Spatial Distribution of Neolithic Cultures in Taiwan 2.1.3 New Recognition of the Chronology of Taiwan's Prehistory 2.2 Spatial Interaction and Temporal Development of Taiwan's Neolithic Cultures 2.2.1 Spatial Patterns of Neolithic Taiwan - The Sub-regional Cultural Sequences Developing Separately in Northern, Central, Southern and Eastern Taiwan 2.2.2 Temporal Sequences of Neolithic Taiwan - Cultural Commonalities during the Early, Middle, Late, and Final Neolithic ages 2.3 Conclusion 2.3.1 Unification of Diverse Cultures in Prehistoric Taiwan 2.3.2 Maritime Cultural Contacts between Taiwan and External Areas 3 Archaeological Cultures and their Maritime Interactions during the Tapenkeng Period (5,200-4,200 B.P.) 3.1 Archaeological Cultures during the Tapenkeng Period 3.1.1 Northern Taiwan: Shuntanpu Early Culture 3. 1.2 Central Taiwan: Niumatou Early Culture 3.1.3 Southern Taiwan: Kuoyeh Culture 3. 1.4 Eastern Taiwan: Tapenkeng Period Features of the Yuemei III and Changkuang Sites 3.1.5 Commonalities and Regional Characteristics among Tapenkeng Period Cultures in Taiwan 3.2 Maritime Interactions with External Prehistoric Cultures during the Tapenkeng Period 3.2.1 Overview of Interactions between Taiwan's Prehistoric Cultures and the Southeast Coast of Continental East Asia during the Tapenkeng Period 3. 2.2 Influence of Liangzhu Culture 3. 2.3 Influence of Lower Layer of Keqiutou Culture and Lower and Middle Layers of Tanshishan Culture in Fujian 3. 2.4 Commonalities and Interactions with Xiantouling-Tawan Culture in the Pearl River Delta, Guangdong 3. 3 Conclusion 4 Archaeological Cultures during the Successive Period of TPK and their Maritime Connections (4200 - 3200 B.P.) 4.1 Archaeological Culture of the Successive Period of TPK 4.1.1 NorthernTaiwan: Shuntanpu Late Culture 4. 1.2 Central Taiwan: Niumatou Late Culture 4. 1.3 Southern Taiwan: Niuchoutsu Culture 4. 1.4 Eastern Taiwan: Takeng and Fushan Cultures 4. 1.5 Sustained development of the Successive Period of TPK 4.2 Maritime Interactions and Exchanges during the Successive Period of TPK 4.2.1 Maritime Interactions between the Niuchoutsu and Maqiao Cultures 4.2.2 Maritime Interactions between Shuntanpu Late Culture and Fujian's Zhuangbianshan Upper Layer Type 4.2.3 Exchanges between the Successive Period of TPK and Southern Fujian Bronze Culture 4.2.4 Interactions between the Successive Period of TPK and the Late Baojingwan Culture of Pearl River Delta in Guangdong 4.2.5 Maritime Cultural Interactions between the Successive Period of TPK and the Philippines' Prehistoric Cultures 4.3 Conclusion 5 Archaeological Cultures during the Late and Final Neolithic Ages, and their Maritime Connections (3200 to 1800 B.P.) 5.1 Archaeological Cultures during the Late and Final Neolithic Ages 5.1.1 Northern Taiwan: Yuanshan and Botanical Garden Cultures 5.1.2 Central Taiwan: Yinpu Culture 5.1.3 Southern Taiwan: Tahu Culture 5.1.4 East Coast: Peinan and Sa