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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
NORTHERN CULTURAL RELICS 2007-1
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2007-08-01
 
Main contents and abstract
 
A Preliminary Excavation of the Laodaodong Site, in Baishan City, Jilin Province(1
Chen Quanjia, Wang Chunxue, Zhao Hailong, Fang Qi, Zhang Dianjia
The Laodaodong site is situated in the south mount of Hekou, Bausgab, Jilin. Investigation and a preliminary excavation were done by Research Center of Chinese Frontier Archaeology of jilin University, Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology, and the office for the preservation of ancient monuments of Baishan. So many cultural relics including stone artifacts (millstone, axe, hoe, chopper, scraper, arrow head and net – sinking), potteries, bone tool and amounts of animal remains were unearthed here. The site dated from the end of Paleolithic Age to Neolithic Age supplied abundant materials to studying the prehistory of the Hunjiang River and connections existed among the neighbor cultures.
 
Marks on the Stone Coffins Dated to Bronze Age of Dandong, Liaoning and Some Related Problems(11
Yang Rongchang
The paper Presented here divided the stone coffins of Bronze Age in Liaodong Area into several kinds according to their types, forms and the gathered cultural unearthed from them.Further more, the author did some research works on those stone coffins mentioned above, their developing process, the related connections took place among them cultural natures, etc.
 
A Preliminary Investigation in Shagang Sites, Jixian, Heilongjiang(23
Huang Xingkun
In 1996, some archaeological investigating works were done in Shagang, jixian by the offices for the presevation of ancient monuments, Youyi and Jixian. 12 sites were discovered and 2 sites found before were investigated again. According to the materials obtained from the investigating works, the contents and dates of the sites should be of Guntuling Culture.
 
The chronology of the Potteries of Qidan Nation(33
Qiao Liang
The potteries of Qidan Nation have not given more attention though some effect work have been done in ceramics of Liao Dynasty. According to studying those traditional potteries with remarkable Qidan national features, we may not only know something about the developing process of Qidan potteries, but also distinguish those cultural relics of Qidan Nation before the Liao Dynasty was built, and know the fact that some relations existed between Qidan and Xiaobei Nations. The developing history of the potteries of Qidan Nations shows that along with the progress of economic and technology, the traditional pottery finally declined and those glazed potteries or ceramics gradually took the place of it.
 
Re – marks on <The Tower Inscription of the Great Master of Tong – Hui – Yuan - Ming>of Kin Dynasty(43
Fanf Dianchun
< The Tower Inscription of the Great Master of Tong – Hui – Yuan - Ming > was one stone inscription of Kin Dynasty buried for Shizong’s mother Li’s after she was died in the tower tomb’s form. In fact, the White Tower of Liao Dynasty, and had no relation with the tomb mentioned above. The Daqingan and Chuiqing Temples of Li’s may be in the old place of Liaoyang.
 
Re – marks on <the Tower Inscription of the Great Master of Tong – Hui – Yuan - Ming> of Kin Dynasty                                                 Fang Dianchun   (44)
 
General Studies on the Archaeological Works of Ming Dynasty in Heilongjiang
                                             Zhang Taixiang    Shang Yongli   (53)
 
Marks on the History Source of the Name “Zhen – guo (振国)” and “Zhen – guo (震国)” of Bohai Kingdom                                                Liu Xiaodong   (61)
 
The Huanglong Government Office of Liao and Kin Dynasties       Zhao Yongchun   (69)
 
Study on Jin Fushi Distorting the History Record of Wangmeng Reign    Liu Zimin   (77)
 
Notes on the Bronze Inscription —— “Records on Taizhou”             Guo Min   (88)
 
The Qing Dynasty Reigned the Northeast Area From Strength to Weakness Vew on the Changes of the Shandan Economic Trade                              Wu Ling   (91)
 
Research on the Paper Currency Issued by the Official Bank in Heilongjiang
Wang Xuewen etc.(99)
 
The Remote Controling Technology Applied in the Great Wall Investigating work and Archaeology                                                       Jing Ai   (104)
 
 
 
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