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==Prehistory==
 
==Prehistory==
   
In [[East Asia]], the [[Neolithic]] period may have begun as early as 7500 BC. The earliest evidence suggests the existence of the [[Pengtoushan culture]] in northern [[Hunan]] province from about 7500 BC to 6100 BC and of the [[Peiligang culture]] in [[Henan]] province around from about 7000 BC to 5000 BC.
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In [[East Asia]], the [[Neolithic]] period may have begun as early as 7500 BC. The earliest evidence suggests the existence of the [[Pengtoushan culture]] in northern [[Hunan]] province from about 7500 BC to 6100 BC and of the [[Peiligang culture]] in [[Henan]] province around from about 7000 BC to 5000 BC. sponge bob is awesome
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The [[Jeulmun pottery period]] is sometimes labeled the "Korean Neolithic", but since intensive agriculture and evidence of European-style 'Neolithic' lifestyle is sparse at best, such terminology is misleading.<ref>Lee 2001</ref> The Jeulmun was a period of hunting, gathering, and small-scale cultivation of plants.<ref>Lee 2001, 2006</ref> Archaeologists sometimes refer to this life-style pattern as 'broad-spectrum [[hunter-gatherer|hunting-and-gathering]]'.
 
The [[Jeulmun pottery period]] is sometimes labeled the "Korean Neolithic", but since intensive agriculture and evidence of European-style 'Neolithic' lifestyle is sparse at best, such terminology is misleading.<ref>Lee 2001</ref> The Jeulmun was a period of hunting, gathering, and small-scale cultivation of plants.<ref>Lee 2001, 2006</ref> Archaeologists sometimes refer to this life-style pattern as 'broad-spectrum [[hunter-gatherer|hunting-and-gathering]]'.
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