Study on Ceramic Technological Systems of Prehistoric Cultures in Taipei Basin from Technical Choice Approach
|Keywords:||技術選擇;Technical Choice;技術風格;Technological Style;陶器分析;Ceramic Analysis;紋飾分析;Decoration Analysis;成份分析;Compositional Analysis||Issue Date:||Jun-2016||Start page/Pages:||1-38||Source:||國立臺灣大學考古人類學刊||Abstract:||
The use of the concepts of technological style and technical choice, which express a culture’s social practices and operational sequence in production, has been applied to the study of material culture in archaeological research since the 1990s. Comprehensive research has shown that this approach of using an “anthropology of technology” approach offers an analytic framework to the study of material culture that is more elaborate and holistic than before. Knowledge of a culture’s technological system can lead to more questions and thus to more research of the social aspects of a culture. The aim of this particular research was to study the manufacturing technologies of ceramic in the Ta-Pen-keng, Yuan-Shan, Zhi-Wu-Yuan, and Shi-Shan-Hang cultures in Taiwan by understanding how technical choices were made in these cultures. The results of this study have led to a more profound knowledge of the ceramic technologies of these cultures.
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