Craft Production and Social Change in Northern China (Fundamental Issues in Archaeology)

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Craft Production and Social Change in Northern China (Fundamental Issues in Archaeology)

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Table of Contents

  Craft Production and the Development of          1  (18)
Complex Societies in Ancient China
Prestige Goods and the Development of 4 (4)
Complex Societies
Reconsidering the Role of Prestige Goods 6 (2)
in Social Change
Change in Production and Use of Pottery 8 (3)
Vessels as Complex Societies Develop
Investigating Consumption of Pottery and 11 (2)
Bronze Vessels in Northern China
Methodological Approach 13 (3)
Burials as Indicators of Changing 15 (1)
Economic Relations
The Plan of This Book 16 (3)
Sources of Data on Social Change during the 19 (28)
Late Neolithic Period and Early Bronze Age
The Yellow River Valley of Northern China 21 (4)
Complex Societies during the Early Bronze 25 (6)
Age
Textual Data from the Shang Period, and 28 (3)
the Importance of Descent Groups
The Longshan Period (c. 2600-1900 B.C.) 31 (8)
Longshan Economic Systems 34 (3)
Concern for Ancestors 37 (2)
The Late Yangshao Period (c. 4000-2800 B.C.) 39 (2)
Late Yangshao Economic Systems 41 (1)
The Dawenkou Period (c. 4100-2600 B.C.) 41 (6)
Dawenkou Economic Systems 44 (3)
Food, Craft Production, and Social 47 (20)
Inequality: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
Integrative and Hierarchical Relations 50 (3)
through Exchange of Food
Variation in More Competitive Feasts 53 (2)
Mortuary Feasts 55 (2)
Giving Away Goods versus Burying Goods 57 (2)
Exchange of Food Surplus for Craft Goods 59 (1)
Summary of Expectations: Food, Craft 60 (7)
Production, and Increase in Social
Inequality
The Gift of Food in Ancient China: The Role 67 (22)
of Food, Drink, and Containers in Social
Relations
Food, Containers, and Social Relations in 68 (1)
China
Mortuary Rituals in Late Historic and 69 (2)
Modern China
Early Historic China 71 (2)
Texts from the Han and Eastern Zhou Periods 73 (2)
Feasting and Political Relations 75 (3)
Records from the Western Zhou Period 78 (3)
Textual Data from the Shang Period 81 (3)
Additional Expectations for the Late 84 (5)
Neolithic Period and Early Bronze age of
Northern China
The Dawenkou and Yangshao Periods 89 (58)
Ceramic Consumption during the Early 92 (8)
Dawenkou Regional Phase (c. 4100-3500 B.C.)
in Western Shandong
Inferences about Ceramic Production 100(4)
Ceramic Consumption during the Later 104(15)
Dawenkou Regional Phases in Western Shandong
Inferences about Ceramic Production in 119(4)
Western Shandong
Consumption Patterns for Eastern Shandong 123(3)
during the Late Dawenkou Phase
Inferences about Ceramic Production in 126(3)
Eastern Shandong
Patterns of Ceramic Consumption for 129(3)
Yangshao Sites and Inferences about
Production
Organization of Ceramic Production 132(1)
Nonceramic Prestige Goods in Dawenkou and 133(8)
Yangshao Period Graves
House Remains from Dawenkou and Yangshao 141(2)
Sites
Conclusions: Food, Craft Production, and 143(4)
Social Inequality
The Longshan Period 147(54)
Consumption of Ceramics from Graves in 148(9)
Western Shandong
Inferences about Ceramic Production in 157(5)
Western Shandong
Mortuary Ceramics in Eastern Shandong 162(6)
Inferences about Production in Eastern 168(3)
Shandong
Mortuary Ceramics in the Central Yellow 171(3)
River Valley
Assessing Ceramics from Habitation Contexts 174(4)
at Hougang and Baiying
Assessment of Standardization 178(4)
Direct Evidence for Ceramic Production 182(4)
Consumption Patterns for Nonceramic 186(8)
Prestige Goods and Inferences about
Production: Mortuary and Residential Remains
House Remains from Longshan Sites 194(2)
Conclusions: Food, Craft Production, and 196(5)
Changing Social Relations
The Early Bronze Age 201(40)
Bronze Vessels in Graves and Inferences 203(3)
about Production: The Early-Middle Bronze
Age
Bronze Vessels in Graves from the Late 206(9)
Shang Period and Inferences about Production
Large Bronze Vessels from Shang Sites 215(5)
Ceramic Vessels and Other Containers in 220(5)
Graves
Other Bronze Items in Graves 225(1)
Jade Items in Graves 226(1)
Direct Evidence for Bronze Production 227(4)
Direct Evidence for Ceramic Production at 231(4)
Early Bronze Age Sites
The Political Economy of Early States in 235(2)
Northern China
Remaining Questions about Regional Economic 237(1)
Organization
Conclusions: Food, Craft Production, and 238(3)
Social Change
Craft Production and Social Change in 241(18)
Northern China
The Dawenkou and Yangshao Periods 245(3)
The Longshan Period 248(5)
The Early Bronze Age 253(4)
Closing Thoughts 257(2)
Notes 259(2)
References 261(28)
Appendices 289(34)
Index 323