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Social Complexity and Communal Feasting with Beer in Neolithic North China

Event Details

Date
Friday, April 9, 2021
Time
12-1:30 p.m.
Description
This talk will focus on the social function of beer in the Neolithic Yangshao culture of north China (7000-5000 BP). Stanford University Archaeology Professor Li Liu will discuss several lines of archaeological data related to beer production and consumption.

This event, co-sponsored by CEAS, is part of the Anthropology Department's Brown Bag Virtual Lecture Series.
Cost
Free

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