West Liao River Late Neolithic
From 3000 to 1300 BC, the late Neolithic in the West Liao River region saw the rise of complex farming communities. These communities were characterized by advanced farming practices, domestication of animals, and the building of more permanent settlements. There was also notable development in pottery and stone tools. This period illustrates the transition towards a more organized society and the groundwork for the subsequent rise of the Bronze Age in the region.