The Analysis of the Environmental Influence of Early Agricultural Culture on the Developmental of Native Ba Culture in East Sichuan

Ying SHU

Abstract


Natural geographical environment determines the emergence and development of basic industry, i.e. agriculture, of early human society. It is also a decisive factor on the emergence, development, propagation and formation of characteristics of social culture, which are established on the basis of agriculture. Even, the historical status of some certain areas and cities can be determined by this environment.


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Agriculture; East Sichuan; Protogenesis; Ba culture; Environment

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