The History of Tibet - Ancient Tibet

Updated: 2008-05-06 15:05

Monkey-faced Pottery
ornament, the late Neolithic Age, unearthed in Site of Chu-gong, Lhasa. Its face, nostril and mouth, vivid in image, were incised with an awl. It is the earliest pottery sculptural work discovered in Tibet so far.

Double-bodied Colored Pottery Jar
container, the mid-Neolithic Age, unearthed in Site of Ka-rub, Chab-mdo County. Its belly is shaped like double bags with different decorative designs on both sides, which is rarely seen.

Grain Seeds
crops , the mid-Neolithic Age, unearthed in Site of Ka-rub , Chab-mdo County. It was the first time that cultivated crops were found in Tibet, which has provided valuable materials for the research on history of crop cultivation in China.

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