China and the steppe: reception and resistance

@article{Rawson2017ChinaAT,
  title={China and the steppe: reception and resistance},
  author={J. Rawson},
  journal={Antiquity},
  year={2017},
  volume={91},
  pages={375 - 388}
}
Abstract The development of several key technologies in China—bronze and iron metallurgy and horse-drawn chariots—arose out of the relations of central China, of the Erlitou period (c. 1700–1500 BC), the Shang (c. 1500–1046 BC) and the Zhou (1046–771 BC) dynasties, with their neighbours in the steppe. Intermediaries in these exchanges were disparate groups in a broad border area of relatively high land around the heart of China, the Central Plains. The societies of central China were already so… Expand
China's major Late Neolithic centres and the rise of Erlitou
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