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Pit-Comb Ware culture
Pit–Comb Ware developed in the northern woodlands of Eurasia, and widely distributed in the Baltic, Finland, the Volga upstream flow, south Siberia, Lake Baikal, Mongolian Plateau, Liaodong Peninsula and the Korean Peninsula. The oldest ones have been discovered from the remains of Liao civilization - xinglongwa culture (BC 6200 - 5400 BC)
So, Pit-Comb Ware developed "developed in the northern woodlands of Eurasia," and/but "the oldest ones [of which? the ceramic?] have been discovered in China? This makes no sense to me, and I can't check the source, since it is written Japanese. Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 10:54, 5 August 2017 (UTC)
I'm sorry for writing perplexed sentences.
The oldest Pit-Comb Ware is discovered from remains of Xinglongwa culture (6200 BC - 5400 BC), in Liao river region, north China.
- 5．Xinglongwa culture in north-east China
- Most of the earthenware of the Xinglongbu ruins is a flat-bottomed cylindrical pottery, and it is also characteristic to apply different patterns to the outside of the rim, the neck and the torso. Continuous combs are the most representative patterns, and others are orchestra, pressed form, spatula drawing and nail form (Figure 3).
This is the oldest record on Pit-Comb Ware.
And it spread to Siberia later.
- 世界大百科事典 第２版の解説(in Japanese)
- ＜くしめもんどき 櫛目文土器＞
- ＜Pit-Comb Ware＞
- It is a collective term of earthenware to which a pattern is given with a comb-toothed facsimile. It is recognized in the earthenware of various times around the world, but in the narrow sense it refers to the Neolithic pottery distributed from the Northern Europe to the West Siberia, also referred to as the Neolithic Era figured pottery or geometric patterned pottery of the Korean Peninsula. The Neolithic pottery in the Ob region, in the western Siberian region (from the end of the previous millennium to the latter half of the third millennium) is a round bottom soil with comb text. The Neolithic round bottom soil cladding which covers the entire surface of this instrument as a texture of a comb is also excavated from the Uenuc ruins of the Enisei watershed (from the end of the 4th millennium to the beginning of the 3 rd millennium Beginning) and the Ust-Bereya ruins IIa layer (the 5th millennium)in the upper region of Angara.
Estimated time Pit-Comb Ware arrived:
- Xinglongwa culture : 8200-7400 years BP
- upper region of Angara : 7000-6000 years BP
- Enisei watershed : about 6000 yaers BP
- Ob River region : about 5700 years BP
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