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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Northern Cultural Relics 2011-4
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2012-10-23

Main  Contents

Jilin    Provincial    Institute    of    Archaeology       Changchun Municipal Institute of Archaeology
A   Preliminary   Excavation   of the   Wujiazi   Site   in   Shuangyang  District, Changchun ........................................................................   (3)
Yang Hu Lin Xiuzhen
A Summary of the Liunan Cemetery in Aohan Banner of Inner Mongolia .......................................................................................   (8)
Zhao Binfu   Zhang Wei
Study on the   Yujiacuntuotou Cemetery and the Ⅲ Shuangtuozi Culture ...................................................................................   (22)
Ai Yinfan
The pronunciation of the Two Names of  Wenwang King of  Nanyue Kingdom
------Something About the Ancient Pronunciation of the Words mo(貊),hui(秽)
and hu(胡)   ........................................................................  (52)
Xia Yuxu
The Role of the Surrendered Qidan Millitary Officers  in the   War to Liao Dynasty in the Early Stage of Jin Dynasty .................................   (55)
Yang Baiyi
The Influence of Liao on the Poem-wine Culture of Song Dynasty From the View of the Relationship Between Them....................................   (59)
Lu Xinyu Yang Furui
Marks on the Organizational System of the Cities and Towns of the Qidans Before They Found Their State   ................................................   (65)
Wang Jingrong
The Act the Man Zhang Shouzeng Defended Heilongjiang Sovereignty in the end of Qing Dynasty to the Initial Stage of the Republic of China ....................................................................................  (84)


A Preliminary Excowation of the Wujiazi site in Shuangyang District,  Changchun Changchun Municipal Institute of Archaeology
    In 2005, a rescuing execwation was done by Jilin oproincial Institute of Archaeology, and Changchun Municipal Institute of Archaeology. 5 house foundations, 3 ash pits, and 2 ash ditches were found, some stones and potteries were unearthed. The typical stones include stone axe, knife with a punched hole. Most of the potteries were made with clay pieces or rings in a lower heating temperature. Some smaller one was moulded with finger.   The site should be of the Xituanshan Culture according to those relics found here.


A Summary of the Liunan Cemetery in aohan banner of Inner Mongolia Yang Hu Lin Xiuzhen
    A summary of the Liunan Cemetery in a ohan Banner of Inner Mongolia As a same clan buried together, the Liumnan Cemetery was discovered and unearthed in 1982 - 1983. 21 tombs were found and they were all vertical pits. The potteries were all hand made, most of them were plain, some were decorated with raised design or string - like design, few were decorated with red or black color. The culture was connected with those cultures we have found, but they had a big difference from them. We should call it the Liunan type,   dated to 3300 - 3600 years ago.


Study on the Yujiacuntuotou Cemetery and the HI Shuangtuozi Culture Zhao Binfu Zhang Wei
    The Yujiacuntuotou Cemetery may be marked off the early and late two periods, and their dates were similar with the early or late periods of the HI Shuangtuozi Culture. All the cemetery and the site of the HI Shuangtuozi Culture should be divided into early and late two stages. The early HI Shuangtuozi site and the early Yujiacuntuotou Cemetery may represent the early stage of the HI Shuangtuozi Culture, dated from 1400 BC to 1300 BC. The late Ⅲ Shuangtuozi site and the late Yujiacuntuotou Cemetery and the Wangbaoshan Cemetery may represent the late stage of the HI Shuangtuozi Culture, dated from 1300 BC to 1050 BC. The whole culture dated to the late stage of Shang Dynasty.


Discovery and Study on the Yuhuangmiao Cultrue Teng Mingyu Zhang Liang
    Discovery and Study on the Yuhuangmiao Culture. As one important Bronze culture in the North of Hebei Province, scholars pay more attentions to the Yuhuangmiao Culture . The paper do some works on those problems; the culture's discovery and research, its distribution , date , tribe and origin. Also we have no way to find the developing direction of the culture, its economic formation, life style, or the social structure etc, since now we have no material about its living site but only some tombs.


The Defense Function and Some Related Problems on the Lower Xiajiadian Culture in Liaoxi District Xia Baoguo
    Two typical kinds lixing site of the Lower Xiajiadian Culture were found : the sites in plain, city and stone city in mountains. Both of them were defensive. One kind was used both in normal time and the wartime , the other was only used in wartime for defensive purpose. The paper studied something about the social problems of war and the cultural origin of those defensive installations.

 
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