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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
NORTHERN CULTURAL RELICS 2008-2
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2008-06-17
 
Main  Contents
 
Zhu Zhiyong
The Adze-shaped tools Unearthed from Hutouliang Site   (3)
25 adze-shaped tools from Hutouliang site were unearthed from 1972 to 1974. Three kinds of these adze - shaped tools made of siliceous,lapillus and jasper were found here: triangle,trapezoid and rectangle.  The data of the left and right bottom side angles are quite similar,  and the left and right blade angles are very different,the right side is often larger than the left side according to the statistics.  It may indicate that people lived here had practiced to make different shape tools according to their special use.  Adze-shaped tools were unearthed most plentifully in Hutouliang Site dated to late Paleolithic Age in China.
 
Zhao Binfu, Zhang Wei,
A preliminary Study on the Xiaolaha Cultrue   (9)
Represented by the Ⅱ Period of Xiaolaha Site,the similar sites being of the Xiaolaha Culture found in Langtuozi,Nanshantou,Wolong,  Baijinbao in Zhaoyuan,Heilongjiang and Tantugangzi,in Zhenlai,Jilin. The Xiaolaha Culture may be divided into the early and late two periods according to the relations of the layers and the materials of other sites. The culture should be dated to Xia to Early Shang Dynasty based on the collections of ceramics,their forms and the C14 dating.
 
Jing Zhongwei,
The Typological Observation of Yan-State's BronzeDagger-axe   (17)
The bronze dagger - axe ge dated to the Warring States Period of Yan State was originated from San-Jin's Bronze Dagger-axe of the Centre Plains.  There is an evolutionary tendency that ge has evolved the of fixed pattern of kui (鍨) and ju (鋸) from the transitional shape of fu (鉘) or kui fu (鍨鉘). However, this process would not developed in one way but various in different periods.
 
 
Jiang Yuke, Zhao Yongjun,
Marks on the North Boundary of Bohai Kingdom View from Archaeology   (208
The paper presented now tells us something about the boundary of Bohai Kingdom based on studying the distribution of the sites of Bohai or Heishui Mohe Nation: The northern end of the boundary should be in south of Yilan County where the Mudanjiang River enters to the Songhuajing River; The eastern boundary should be Muling River.  The view mentioned above is different from that the north boundary was in the Sanjing Plains reorded in the historical documents.  Perhaps Bohai in its prime stage kept the around under control imitating Tang Dynasty.  The view may help us to study the history,geography and archaeology of Mohe-Bohai in the east area of Heilonjiang.  Meanwhile,the paper studied the form of the north boundary
and the date of the Border Wall of Mudanjiang.
 
Liang Qizheng,
Research and Investigating on the Upper Capital of Bohai Done b y Mr. Jin Yu Fu   (37)
The paper introduced something about the research and investigating works done by Mr.
Jiyufu on the Upper Capital situated in Dongjingcheng,the background Mr. Jinyufu did some investigation and excavating works with the East Asia Archaeology Institute and the achievements and regrets for this investigating.
 
Zhang Tun,
The Relationship between Kao-kou-li and Baiji Getting worse in Tang Dynasty and its Cause   (53)
There were many changes occurred in the seven century of East-Asia. The Japanese literates call it troublous time. In China,the Tang became stronger and stronger,and it made a big influence on East – Asia. It wanted to build a new system,however it is conflict with other countries' plan,how to deal with this contradiction,the three countries of Korea peninsula chose different ways; Xinluo wanted to made a alliance with Tang; however Gaogoli and Baiji set up a union to resist tang and Xinluo which was opposed tang's sys-tem. At last Xinluo unified the Korea. The Text wants to discuss the process and the reason of the hostility of Gaogoh,Baiji and Tang.
 
Meng Fanyun,
The Shulv Queen’s  Action Combining God and Human and its Religious Form   (66)
 
Zhou Xifeng,
Marks on the Educational form of Bohai in Tang Dynasty   (86)
 
 
 
 
 
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