Comb Ceramic

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Jeulmun vessel in Korea in ca. 4000 BC
Comb ceramic pottery from Taipalsaari, Finland

Comb Ceramic or Pit-Comb Ware (in Europe), Jeulmun pottery or Jeulmun vessel[1] (in Korea) is a type of pottery subjected to geometric patterns from a comb-like tool. This type of pottery was widely distributed in the Baltic, Finland, the Volga upstream flow, south Siberia, Lake Baikal, Mongolian Plateau, the Liaodong Peninsula and the Korean Peninsula.[2]

The oldest Comb Ceramic is found in the remains of Liao civilization: Xinglongwa culture (6200 BC - 5400 BC).[3][4]

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  1. ^ "빗살무늬토기". Encyclopedia of Korean Culture.
  2. ^ "櫛目文土器とは - コトバンク".
  3. ^ 中国北方新石器文化研究の新展開【詳細報告】「東北アジアにおける先史文化の交流」 王 巍(中国社会科学院考古研究所・副所長) Archived 2015-02-21 at the Wayback Machine(in Japanese)
  4. ^ A Zhimin (1988) "Archaeological research on neolithic China" Current Anthropology