The Pan-eastern sea cultural area can be divided into northern and southern regions along the east coast. The northern region of the Neolithic period includes the Maritime territory and the lower Amur River in Russia, Gangwon-do in the southern region. and the Maritime territory in the northern part of the Bronze Age, and Gangwon-do and Gyeongsangnam-do in the southern region. The time when the culture zone was formed in each region is 6500~6000 B.P. in the Neolithic Age and 3400～2900 B.P. in the Bronze Age. The relics on the east coast are different in detail, but they appear not only in relics of almost similar shape, but also in the form of reinforcement. The northern region of the Pan-eastern sea cultural area of the Bronze Age is limited to the Maritime territory, and the earthenware, stoneware, and bronze ware of this culture appear in the Yeongseo area of Gangwon-do and the Nam River of Jinju, the southern part of the Pan-eastern sea cultural area. However, the movement of culture in the East Sea culture area seems to be related to temperature change. During the Holocene, the temperature on the east coast continued to rise and fall, and 6500～6000B.P. is the warmest period on the east coast. At this time, the most relics are found in the north and south of the Pan-east culture area. As well as 3400-2900B.P. This is a period of temperature rise. Therefore, it can be seen that the result of the culture that moved from the northern region to the southern region in the prehistoric era of the Pan-eastern sea cultural area occurred during the temperature rise.
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