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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Northern Cultural Relics 2011-3
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2012-10-23

Main    Contents

Jin Xudong  Chu Jingang Wang Lixin
An Investigating of Changtuozi Sites, Tongyu , Jilin ....................................................................................... (3)
Dalian Provincial Institute of Archaeology
A Preliminary Excavation of Xijiangpo Tombs, Changxingdao Island, Dalian ..................................................................................... (8)
Zhao Yongjun   Li Chenqi
Marks on Heilongjiang Archaeology of Jin Dynasty ........................  (25)
Ge Huating
A Preliminary Study on the Content of the Qidan Words "Buring
Bone Curse"  ........................................................................  (59)
Chen Xiaowei   Miao Runbo
Marks on the Two Names   of Yang Xi (杨皙) and Yang Ji in Liao Dynasty ..................................................................................... (62)
Wang Xiaohua
A Preliminary Study on the Role of the Animal Donkey as one Traffic Tool in Jin Dynasty ........................................................................ (69)
Gu Feng Xu Bo
Marks on the Period of the History of the Middle East Railway .................................................................................... (101)

 

An Investigating of Changtuozi Sites, Tongyu , Jilin Jin Xudong Chu Jingang Wang Lixin
    In 2007 , some investigating works in Changtuozi sites Jilin were done by Jilin Provincial Institute of Archaeology and the Research Institute of the Borderarchaeology , Jilin University. Four sites were found here. The main relics are yellow and red brown potteries and stones. Four kinds of materials dated to the Neolithic and Bronze Ages may be recognized . It is very useful to study the prehistory archaeological cultures in Kerqin Area.

 

A Preliminary Excavation of Xijiangpo Tombs, Changxingdao Island, Dalian Dalian Provincial Institute of Archaeology
    In 2010, Dalian Municipal Institute of Archaeology and Wafangdian Municipal Museum did an excavation in Xijiangpo tombs. Five tombs were found here, among them , one is brick tomb, the others are slab-stones. Most tombs around them were destoried . A small amount of relics , potteries such as jar, house model, tripod, pot etc, and glass earrings were unearthed . Besides, some animal skeletons were found here.  It was dated to Donghan Dynasty to Wei and Jin Periods.


Marks on Heilongjiang Archaeology of Jin Dynasty Zhao Yongjun    Li Chenqi
   The Nuzhen Culture was originated in Heilongjiang River, it is very important in the history of China. As one important research field in Heilongjiang archaeology,   Many relics were found . The paper studied the research history of archaeology in Jin Dynasty, it may be useful to do some archaeology and research works of Jin Dynasty in Heilongjiang.

 
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