Living environment of prehistoric people

Trang An is a prominent site in Southeast Asia and is of worldwide significance, showing how prehistoric people interacted with the natural landscape and adapted to enormous environmental change. at least 30,000 years.

More than 30 prehistoric archaeological relics, mainly belonging to the Trang An culture, have been discovered in the Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. Research results show how prehistoric people adapted to major environmental and landscape events. From at least about 23,000 years to the present, several prehistoric cultures have evolved continuously in this area, from the Paleolithic through the Neolithic to the Iron and Bronze Ages as cultures. Trang An, Hoa Binh, Da But. During that time period, the region has also experienced some significant sea level fluctuations.

Under special natural conditions, almost only limestone is the only stone material, the Trang An people knew how to use it as a working tool at least until today about 3,000 years ago, in the process. recognize that dolomite limestone is among the finest materials available. Simultaneously with the last great sea advance (about 7,000-4,000 years ago) the prehistoric people of Trang An knew the art of making pottery. The earliest evidence is said to be equivalent to Da But pottery (6,000 years ago), but was actually made here much earlier (about 9,000 years ago) and evolved continuously through the Metal Age to the end. after that. The early and continuous use of pottery in Trang An proves that a ceramic center very different from many other ceramic centers in Vietnam once existed here. Dr. Masanari Nishimura (Japan) through prehistoric archaeological research of Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex near Tam Coc Ninh Binh confirmed: 5,000-6,000 years ago, there was a big earthquake in Trang An and the ancient Vietnamese people in Trang An experienced it. Through many changes of nature to adapt and develop to this day, creating a value about a Trang An culture.

The long cultural history is closely associated with the geological evolution of the Trang An limestone massif in the late Pleitocene and Holocene stages. Trang An near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is a lasting and unique world cultural heritage about people and their response to challenges, changes and opportunities over tens of thousands of years, bringing pioneering approaches understanding human habitation and new strategies that can be applied to modern economic models, with the aim of enhancing resilience to impending environmental changes in the future. the world today

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