Point-bottomed pottery,Quynh Van culture (Nghe An province), c.7,000 - 5,000 BP.
Point-bottomed pottery is one of the most typical characteristics of Quynh Van culture. Pottery was made by hand-coiling combined with combing. With their special shape and form, point-bottomed pots were easy for travelling and cooking in different conditions, reflecting the important role of pottery in that time and culture. They also show the creativity of prehistoric people during the Quynh Van culture period in adapting to the coastal environment.