Sơn Vi culture
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|Prehistoric and ancient cultures of Vietnam|
|Sơn Vi culture (20,000–12,000 BC)|
|Hoabinhian (12,000–10,000 BC)|
|Bắc Sơn culture (10,000–8,000 BC)|
|Quỳnh Văn culture (8,000–6,000 BC)|
|Đa Bút culture (4,000–3,000 BC)|
|Phùng Nguyên culture (2,000–1,500 BC)|
|Đồng Đậu culture (1,500–1,000 BC)|
|Gò Mun culture (1,000–800 BC)|
|Đông Sơn culture (1,000 BC–100 AD)|
|Sa Huỳnh culture (1,000 BC–200 AD)|
|Óc Eo culture (1–630 AD)|
Sơn Vi (vi) itself is a village (xã) in Lâm Thao District, Phú Thọ Province. Sơn Vi is the official Chinese character tên chữ name of the village, it also has a demotic Vietnamese tên nôm name, kẻ Vây.
- Archaeology and culture in Southeast Asia: unraveling the Nusantao Page 25 Wilhelm Solheim, David Bulbeck, Ambika Flavel - 2006 We know from some later Hoabinhian sites, which developed out of the Son Vi Culture, that coastal adaptation was one of the ecological niches occupied by the Hoabinhian people.
- The Birth of Vietnam - Page 312 Keith Weller Taylor - 1991 "They consider the newly discovered Son-vi culture to belong to the late Paleolithic Age and early Mesolithic Age, Hoa-binh to be a Mesolithic culture, and Bac-son to be an early Neolithic culture. According to carbon- 14 tests, the transition ..."
- Phó Giáo sư Lê Trung Vũ - Lễ hội Việt Nam - Page 263 "Tên chữ của làng là Sơn Vi, nghĩa là vân núi, tên nôm là kẻ Vây, đọc trại thành kẻ Vầy, nên tục ngữ có câu: ..."
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