Definition of Longshan in English:

Longshan

noun

Archaeology
  • [usually as modifier] A Neolithic civilization of the Yellow River valley in China (c.2500–1700 bc), between the Yangshao and Shang periods. It is characterized by pottery kiln-fired to a uniform black colour and by the establishment of towns.

Pronunciation:

Longshan

/lɒŋˈʃan/