中文版  
 
Home
News
International exchange
Research
Database
Publication
Museum
Forum
About IA CASS
 
Journals
Kaogu (Archaeology)
Kaoguxuebao (Acta Archaeological Sinica)
Chinese Archaeology (English version)
Kaoguxuejikan(Archaeology Periodicals)
Wenwu (Cultural Relics)
Huaxiakaogu (Cathaysian Archaeology)
Zhongyuanwenwu (Cultural Relics of Central Plains)
Beifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Nanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Dongnanwenhua (Culture of Southeast China)
Sichuanwenwu (Cultural Relic of Sichuan Province)
Xinjiangwenwu (Xinjiang Cultural Relics)
Kaoguyuwenwu (Archaeology and Cultural Relics)
Jianghan Archaeology
China Cultural Heritage
Wenwuchunqiu
Social Sciences in China

Introduction
Administration
Academic departments
Archaeologists
Graduate education
Research center of Ancient Civilization
Conservation and research center of cultural heritage
MORE
Resource & Links
Universities
Museums
Digital museums
Research institutes
Other resources
Archaeological web sites in the world
MORE
HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Northern Cultural Relics 2009-1
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2009-04-15

 

Main Contents


Zhu Yonggang,
A Preliminary Study on the Second Stage of Baijinbao Culture   (3)

Chen Chang,
The Formation and Social Structure of Yinniugou Burials   (10)
 Abstract: The paper studied the burial stage, order and overall arrangement of Yinniugou burials in Daihai, Inner Mongolia, and divided the burials into three parts according to their different burial forms. Comparing the overall arrangement and the burial custom, the burial groups and the owners of the tombs, also the dead direction, burial form, order and those wares, decorations and weapons unearthed from here, we may know the burial structure, further more study the social structure.

Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology,
A Preliminary Excavation of Tomb Yushan 540 in Ji’an   (20)
 Abstract: Excavation was done for JYM0540, as one mausoleum of Gao – gou – li kings, in Yushan of Dougou burials by Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology. The stone altar burial, with at least 5 steps, spacious principal room with east and west room on both sides, may be the eighteenth king’s mausoleum named “the Rang King of original country”. Coffin ruin burned to ashes and many burial things had been found here. This report will give some new materials for studying Gao – gou – li mausoleum.

Liaoning Provincial Institute of Archaeology,
A Preliminary Excavation on Xisanjia, Chaoyang of Liaoning Dated to Liao Dynasty   (34)
 Abstract: In 2006, Xisanjia site was excavated by Liaoning Provincial Institute of Archaeology. 6 houses foundations, 13 ash pits and pottery, ceramics, bronze, iron etc. were found here. It should be a small village site dated to Liao Dynasty.

Yang Haipeng,
Discovery and Research on the Seated Dragon of Jin Dynasty   (44)
 Abstract: It is important for us to study the seated dragon of Jin Dynasty, as the dragon decoration of Jin Dynasty research is included in that of Song Dynasty, and the dragon decoration was formed in Song Dynasty. Comparing those forms, date and unearthed spots of the seated dragons dated to Tang, Song, Liao and Jin Dynasties, we think that the seated dragon of Jin Dynasty was influenced by that of Liao and Song Dynasties, it has its own cultural feature of Nuzhen Nation and played a guarding role.

Chaoyang Municipal Museum,
A Preliminary Excavation on the Renji Medical Building Site, Chaoyang   (50)
 Abstract: 8 tombs were found in Renji Medical building site in 2006. Except No.1, the others were built with stone and the same direction. The roof were built with stone slab, the coffins were in ladder – shaped with big head and small end. The owner lied with his head in the south and feet in the north direction. The unearthed things were for living, especially the porcelains of Junyao Kiln, the incense burner and jade ornaments were delicately made and with distinctive time feature. This material is very important for us to study the burials of Yuan Dynasty.

Liu Ju,
Study on the Coexisting of Three Kinds of Authorities in Gao – gou – li   (59)

Du Xingzhi,
Study on the Feudal System of the Nine Nobility in Xuanzong Reign of Jin Dynasty   (70)

Zhou Feng,
Research on the Book <The Important Political Affairs on the Period of Zhenguan Reign> in Liao, Xixia, Jin and Yuan Dynasties   (75)

Wei Junru, Zhang Zhihai,
Marks on the Place of the Rouxuan County of Beiwei Period   (85)


 

 
Resource & Links | FAQ | About us | Contact us
Copyright 2007 The Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (IA CASS), P.R.China. All Rights Reserved
E-mail: archaeology@cass.org.cn
TEL:86-10-85115250 FAX: 86-10-65135532