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From around 3,000 BC the fertile river areas along the Mekong and the Tonle Sap and the Khorat Plateau (in what is now Thailand) were home to hunters and gatherers who practised simple forms of agriculture, and who probably form one of the ancestral lines of modern Khmers. Rice was grown and some animals domesticated, with wild game, fish and shellfish also eaten. It had long been thought that these people may have migrated into the area from southern China or northern Vietnam, bringing agriculture with them, but this is by no means certain.
Funan sent tribute missions to the Chinese courts from 243 AD until the 6th century (including live rhinoceros and elephants) by which time increasing numbers of local stone inscriptions start to provide an indigenous historical record, if only of the activities of royalty. Trade missions were despatched throughout Southeast Asia and South Asia as well as to China. It would seem that around the 6th and 7th centuries Funan declined in power, with its place taken by Chenla (again we have only the Chinese name) somewhat further north, as the centre of gravity moved up the Mekong River into what is today southern Laos.