East Asia’s oldest farming site

Published on July 16th, 2012 | by Admin


Researchers working in South Korea have unearthed a neolithic farming site.

Archaeologist Cho Mi-soon said Wednesday that the agency has found the remains of a farming field from the Neolithic period on South Korea’s east coast. The site may be up to 5,600 years old. That’s more than 2,000 years older than what is now the second-oldest known site, which also is in South Korea.

During the Neolithic period humans began living in permanent settlements and farming after a previous nomadic existence of hunting and gathering.

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Story: AP | Photo: Cultural Heritage Administration

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