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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Northern Cultural Relics 2009-3
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2009-10-14
Northern Cultural Relics   No.3, 2009
 
Main Contents
Shi Yan, Jia Sujuan,
Research on the Bronze Arrowheads Unearthed from the Northeast Area in Prior Qin Period   (3)
       The bronze arrowhead is one important weapon in the Bronze Age. Two kinds arrowheads may be marked off: one with a backbone and the other with a hoe. Some studies were done: the forms, the times feature, their distribution and different regions. Based on this, the paper analyses the cultural content of those bronze arrowheads.
 
Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology, Jian Municipal Cultural Heritage Administrative Office,
Excavation on the Gao – gou – li Dwelling Site in a Building of Guonei City, Jian   (9)
       A Gao – gou – li dwelling site was excavated during constructing in Jian, in 2008. Some materials found here are very important for studying the building of Gao – gou – li.
 
Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology, Fuyu Municipal Museum,
Excavation on Xichejiadian Site Dated to Jin Dynasty, Fuyu, Jilin   (15)
       In 2008, Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology excavated Xichejiadian site. 3 house foundations, 11 ash pits and pottery, cerimatic, bronze, iron etc. were found here. It should be a village site dated to Jin Dynasty.
 
Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology, Fuyu Municipal Museum,
A Preliminary Report on Taoxi Site, Fuyu, Jilin   (33)
       Excavation was done in the site of Taoxi Forest Farm, as one of few small preserved sites, many cultural relics were unearthed here. The decrotions on the Verge tiles found here were very precious. The fact that the broken Buddha figure found in the base of a pilliar of F2 foundation shows that a temple may exist in the site or nearby, so it is very important for us to study the temple and temple culture of Jin Dynasty.
 
Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology, Dehui Municipal Cultural Heritage Administrative Institute,
Excavation on Lichunjiang Site, Dehui, Jilin    (47)
 
Wang Yuting,
Brief Account on the Official post of Han Dechang (韩德昌) and his Descendants in Liao Dynasty —— Marks on the Power Held in the fifth Generation of Family Yu Tian and Han    (71)
 
Liang Qizheng,
A Preliminary Study on the Collecting Seal of Jin Yufu (金毓黻)    (89)
 
 
 
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