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Cows and chickens, ceramic, Dong Dau culture, c. 3,500-3,000 BP.

Cows and chickens, ceramic, Dong Dau culture, c. 3,500-3,000 BP.

Dong Dau people lived in large plain regions where they developed wet rice cultivation, hunting, fishing and husbandry of which the last one was paid special attention. Bones, teeth and statues in the forms of animals such as cows and chickens discovered in archaeological sites vividly indicate the early practice of animal domestication to settle down of Dong Dau inhabitants and their general sense of aesthetics in that time period.


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