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 2012-3
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2012-12-18

Continuing Study on the Bohai Kingdom Mausoleums and Some Related Problems
Liu Xiaodong
Abstract:The important found of the Longhai tombs in Longtoushan graveyard made resarch on the Bohai kingdo mau- soleums as the focus again. According to the new archaeologymaterialsand the history records,the paper dis- cussed the following tombs may the mausoleum or may be the class of mausolem,the Liudingshan tombs,the Longhai tombs in Longtoushan graveyard,the Henantun tombs and the Sanling tombs.Based on studying the characters and dates of those tombs mentioned above and using the potteries and research results to test the dates of the tombs,the paper dis some work to study further more about Bohai Kingdom Mausoleums.

Chaoyang Yuantaizi Zhou Dynasty Burials Research Revisited
Fu Lin,Wang Lixin
Abstract:This article discusses,the burials in Chaoyang Yuantaizi cemetery that are divided into Linghe Culture and Yan Culture,they are also divided by period.The article discusses the elements of these cultures,in- cluding the element's introduction and disappearance. This article will deal with burials B,C and D at Hes- hanggou and compare them to the findings of Yuantaizi cemetery.This paper also discusses the im- plications of these findings for our understanding of the Yan State in the Chaoyang area during the Warring States period.

Marks on the Clams of the Xinglongwa Culture
Chen Guoqing,Zhang Dapeng
Abstract:The clams are things made of freshwater mussel,they were used as tools of production,articles for dai- ly use or ornaments,they were found in Xinglongwa Culture in Liaoxi District.There are four kinds clams in Xinglongwa Culture,the ornament,the face - shaped,the ring - shaped wore in arm,and utensil.Based on this,we may found that people made clam may imitate the method they made stones,and when they made stones they may be influenced by the way they made clams.

A Preliminary Report of the Naimenqin Site,Qiqihar,Heilongjiang
Heilongjiang Provincial Institute of Archaeology
Abstract:In 2009,emergent archaeological work was done in Naimenqin site by Heilongjiang Provincial institute of archaeology.1000m2 were unearthed.Pottery pots,tower - shaped ware,porceains,structural compo- nents and stones were found in the early relics dated to Jin Dynasty including 3 pittombs with jar buried and 12 ash pits.The iate relics,mainly 5 pit tombs with wooden coffin buried,was destroyed,only few gilded bronze hairpin,bronze buckle and stone ball dated to Qing Dynasty were found.

 

 
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