The Bronze Age in Eastern Parts of Central Asia

Societies and cultures in Bronze Age China varied significantly from region to region. From archaeological excavations, it is clear that a considerable degree of cultural exchange and interaction took place in the provinces of Gansu, Quinghai and Xinjiang.  Tools and artefacts in bronze have been discovered from all of these regions, although there still remains much to be done to gain a full understanding of these complex Bronze Age cultures.


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