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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Northern Cultural Relics 2010-3
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2010-10-14

Main Contents

Tian He   Chen quanjia   Li Youqian
Researches on the Stones Dated to Paleolithic Stage found in Yanglin South Mountain, Hailin, Heilongjiang(3)
Abstract: The paper mainly research the stone artifacts unearthed from Nanshan, Yanglin.They studied the rock specimen, data of those samples, the kind of culture the stones should be of and the relation with neighboring archaeological culture dated to Paleolithic.Based on these studies mentioned above, we may know something about the content and characters of the Mountain Ridge.In addition, the materials may sites in Northeast Asia site, the Paleolithic sites distributed in Zhangguangcailing Mountain Ridge. In addition, the material may help us to study the connections existed in the Paleolithic sites in Northeast Asia.


Yang Hu   Lin Xiuzhen
Marks on Xitai Type of Hongshan Culture in Aohanqi Banner, lnner Mongolia (13)
Abstract: Two well preserved ditches like a“city” found in south and north in Xitai Site.House foundations and relics dated to Xinglongwa Culture and Hongshan Culture were unearthed.1 0 ceramic molds using for making bronzes were found here, among them two were well preserved.A fine female clay sculpture was discovered in the foundation of Hongshan Culture.This important discoveries provide materials for studying China’s Civilization.


Dou Haifeng   Wang Lixin
A Preliminary Study on the Zhangying Site Dated to the Early Bronze Age in Changping(25)
Abstract: A preliminary study on Zhangying Site dated to the early Bronze Age in Changping.The site, dated to the Erlitou IV to Early shangn, may be divided Two period and three stage.Combined with culture factors, the paper studied those elements of the culture and their growing or decreasing causes.Marks on the cultural factors of Lidarenzhuang site and Zhukaigou Culture connected with Zhangying site also had be done.


The Tonghua Office for the Preservation of Ancient Monuments
The Investigating Report on Zianshan Mountain city in Tonghua, Jilin(33)
Abstract: Archaeological investigation and survey were done by Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology and the Tonghua office for the preservation of ancient monuments.The city wall, door and house foundation, drain-age installation etc. and some ceramics, bronzes and irons were unearthed in these relics.Zianshan Mountain is one important city dated to Gao - gou - li Stage, it should be the Xuan Tu County of the West and East Han Periods.

Aixinjueluo Wulaxinchun
New Marks on the Descendants of the Family di Nian Yan Mu gu and shi Lu(63)

Gao Fushun   Tao Sha
Marks on those Scholars Having the Education Experience or Not(72)

Chen Da
Abstract: CaoTingjie and the Tablet “the First Monument on Making Public the Financial Affairs of Longjiang Area”(102)

 


 

 
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