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The Bắc Sơn culture is the name given to a period of the Neolithic Age in Vietnam. The Bắc Sơn culture, also called the Bacsonian period, is often regarded as a variation of the Hoabinhian industry characterized by a higher frequency of edge-grounded cobble artifacts compared to earlier Hoabinhian artifacts.
^Rasmi Shoocongdej Forager mobility organization in seasonal tropical environments: 1996 "According to Ha Van Tan (1976, 1988, n.d.), the last stage of the "Hoabinhian" is the Bac Son culture, which is followed by the Da But culture. In general, the Bac Son is characterized by pebble tools, edge-ground axes and earthenware pottery."