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量化歷史網上講座系列 | 中國史前時代的貧富分化 - 墓葬的視角 The rich-poor polarization in prehistoric China: a perspective based on burials

量化歷史網上講座系列 | 中國史前時代的貧富分化 - 墓葬的視角 The rich-poor polarization in prehistoric China: a perspective based on burials

Join us live on Zoom on Thurs, Jan 28 at 4PM. Wealth inequality revealed in investigations of archaeological burials is a valuable means to study the evolution of social stratification and civilization. The Chalcolithic period and the Early Bronze Age saw a gradually widening gap in both wealth and social status, with apparent regional differences. Chinese archaeologist Professor Jianye Han explores the formation of regional traditions.

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 Asia Global Institute

 21st January, 2021

#Archaeology #AsiaGlobalInstitute #HKUBusinessSchool #economichistory #quantitativehistory

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