Quỳnh Văn 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)
Bronze Age
Phùng Nguyên culture (2,000–1,500 BC)
Đồng Đậu culture (1,500–1,000 BC)
Gò Mun culture (1,000–800 BC)
Dong Son culture (1,000 BC–100 AD)
Iron Age
Sa Huỳnh culture (1,000 BC–200 AD)
Óc Eo culture (1–630 AD)

The Quỳnh Văn culture is the name given to a period of the Neolithic Age in Vietnam, after the name of the site in vi:Quỳnh Văn.[1][2]


  1. ^ International Workshop on Nhã Nhạc of Nguyễn Dynasty: Huế court music Huế Monuments Conservation Center, Unesco 2004 "Many archaeological objects have shown that Vietnam can be one of the human cradles with places of interest such as ... the cultures of Hòa Bình, Bắc Sơn, Quỳnh Văn, Hạ Long and Bàu Tró with a hunting, gathering and fishing economy."
  2. ^ Nola Cooke, Tana Li, James Anderson The Tongking Gulf Through History - Page 89 2011 "... many distinct prehistoric coastal settlements have been discovered here, including the Ha Long, Đa Bút, Quỳnh Văn, Bàu Tró, and Sa Huỳnh settlements. The inhabitants of the Sa Huỳnh settlements and their culture have long been viewed ..."