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The Majiayao culture was a group of neolithic communities who lived primarily in the upper Yellow River region in eastern Gansu, eastern Qinghai and northern Sichuan, China. The culture existed from 3300 to 2000 BC. The Majiayao culture represents the first time that the upper Yellow River region was widely occupied by agricultural communities and it is famous for its painted pottery, which is regarded as a peak of pottery manufacturing at that time.
3300–2000 BC Chinese archaeological culture
|Geographical range||upper Yellow River|
|Dates||c. 3300 – c. 2000 BC|
|Preceded by||Yangshao culture|
|Followed by||Qijia culture|