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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
NORTHERN CULTURAL RELICS 2005-4
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2005-12-15

 

 

Main Contents

Research on the Cultures from Warring States to West and East Han Dynasties in Songnen Plains………………………………Zhang Wei( 1 )

The Date of the Deer-designed Tablet of Erkeqian Cemetery……………Qiao Liang( 24 )

Study on the Opening-door Paintings in Liao Dynasty Tombs……………….Feng Enxue( 30 )

Remarks on the Qidanˊs Burial Customs about Covering , Destroying and Burning Things………………Zhang Jun( 40 )

The Jade of Kin Dynasty Unearthed in Shaigin Ancient city of Russia……………………………………Yang Haipeng( 44 )

Meaning Between the words “Yu Yi” (嵎夷) and “Korean”……………Liu Zimin( 60 )

The Emperor Ye Lv A Bao Ji ˋs Deifying Actions and Features……..……..Meng Fanyun( 66 )

A Preliminary Study on the Military County Named “Tou Xia” of Liao Dynasty  in Fuxin……………………Zhang Zhiyong( 74 )

The Original Reigning District of the County named “Chao Xian” (朝鲜) and its Changes……………Miao Wei( 79 )

Three Problems about Reading History Books…………Chen Guangsi(  85 )

The Whole Story about the Case Zhou Mian Occupying Public Money at the end of Qing Dynasty……………………Wen Heng( 88 )

The Setting of the Customhouse in Northeast of China at the End of Qing Dynasty to the Beginning of the Republic of China and its Business…………………….Huang Dingtian( 93)

Some New Achievements on Kao-Kou-Li Ancient City——Reading the Book Study on Kao-Kou-Li Ancient City……….Li Shuying( 100 )

 

 

Abstract:

Research on the Cultures from Warring States to West and East Han Dynasties in Songnen Plains

Zhang Wei

Three natural geographical districts may be divided according to the rivers and valleys distributed in Songnen Plains. Based on this ,we may mark off different types of cultures in different area, and find relations  of those relics exist in the same area, connections between cultures in different area and the influences come from the neighbors. In fact , cultural division  according to rivers and valleys shows no difference with distinguishing archaeological cultures based on their originals.

Songnen Plains just situate in the joint of the two plates facing the Pacific and Eurasia. The west cultural system distributed in the middle and lower reaches of Nenjiang River belongs to the block facing Eurasia ,and the east is in the block facing the Pacific. The two cultural systems coexisted in Sonen Plains , and formed the archaeological cultural pattern through  connecting and influencing each other.

 

 

The Date of the Deer-designed Tablet of Erkeqian Cemetery

Qiao Liang

The deer-designed tablet unearthed from Erkeqian cemetery is very important to judge the age of the site. The excavators in the report thought that the tablet mentioned above should be of early stage , perhaps it is not right . According to some related excavations ,this kind of tablet may be dated to the Eastern Han Stage. The late stage of Erkeqian was strongly influenced by the Xianbei nation rising in the west of Daxingan Mountains . It changed the course of Hanshu Culture in Songnen Plains till ended .Base on this ,the Hanshu Culture is at least dated to the Eastern Han Stage.

 

 

 

Study on the Opening-door Paintings in Liao Dynasty Tombs

Feng Enxue

Four types of the opening-door paintings in Liao Dynasty Tombs may be found :a female going in or out a door ,a male or some people oping a door. In the pictures mentioned above there are two kinds of doors, one is in the middle of the main wall with two guards standing beside, and the other lies in the side wall. The former may means the office hall or bedroom, and the latter must be a drinking , a studying or a tea room. There is no other meaning but showing the flourish and active life with the opening –door paintings.

 

 

Two Liao Dynasty Tombs with Paintings in Chaoyang

Sun Guolong

In 1994, two Liao Dynasty tombs was found in Jianping, Chaoyang. This paper gave some remarks on the contents and drawing features of the paintings.

 

 

Remarks on the Qidan s  Burial Customs About Covering ,Destroying and Burning Things

Zhang Jun

Masking for burial , destroying or burning things are three different cultural forms of Qidan nation. They are suited for the uncompleted culture of the livings; Burning personal things to get to the nether world; Ending ones life to cut off the limit between the alive and dead. Studying all the three custom may we know the idea about life and death.

 

 

 

 

The Jade of Kin Dynasty Unearthed in Shaigin Ancient city of Russia

Yang Haipeng

Shaigin site ,situated in the Marine Area of Russia, is a mountain ancient city full of Nuzhen cultural remains. studying on the carving, subjects and poses of jade decorations of Kin Dynasty in this site, the art feature and cultural contents, the relations with the Central Plains can be found.

 

 

 

 
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