Main Contents and abstract
A Preliminary Excavation of No.1 – 3 Ash Pits of Yonghong Ancient City in Jixian, Heilongjiang（１）
In 2004, rescuing works on three ash pits of Yonghong ancient city were done by the offices for the preservation of ancient monuments, Jixian and Shuangyashan. More than 80 bones, potteries, stones and irons were found here. According to the unearthed things, the site should be of Guntuling Culture.
Problems on the Source of the Northern Millet View on the New Archaeological Materials
Hou Yi (16)
A Preliminary Excavation of the Zhaojia Stone Shed
Liaoning Provincial Institute of Archaeology Fushun Municipal Museum (20)
The Jingpohu Border Should be of Bohai —— Studies on Distinguishing the Bohai Cultural Relics Jiang Yuke (23)
The Bronze Buddha Statue Found in Shangjing the Upper City of Bohai
Yin Shumei (27)
Marks on the Border Wall of Kin Dynasty and Some Related Problems (29)
The paper tells something about the history records about the Border of Kin Dynasty, the main investigating and excavating works on the border form 1930s including the early three investigating works done by the author, and several problems on the historical geography of the Northeast and Linhuang Borders of Kin Dynasty. The “North Border” should be dated to Liao Dynasty. The Kin Border Wall inherited the traditional way of the ancient Great Wall of China, and influenced directly the Great Wall of Ming Dynasty on the construncting law, disposition in depth and managing etc. Now we have known the distribution and disposition of the Kin Border Wall, but the view on its length is quite different. So we should check the Kin Border Wall under the general plan and common standard.
Some Colored and Blue and White Porcelains Unearthed from Fuyu, Jilin (36)
Li Cheng, Shao Chunhua, Liu Yingjiu, and Huanglan
Some colored and blue and white porcelains were unearthed in Fuyu in 1950s. Fom then on, more than one hundred burials dated from Ming Dynasty were found in Fuyu, many colored and blue and white porcelains unearthed here. In 1974, a bowl decorated with the inscription of “the reign of Yongzheng” unearthed from Daijitun, Fuyu, and it was published in the issued <Culture Relics> (No.9, 1974). Views on the date of the porcelains mentioned above were very different. Recently, some works on those porcelains unearthed from Huanying, Liujiazi, Gaerqi and Dahu Sites were done by the author. According to the studies these porcelains unearthed from Fuyu in succession should be of Jingdezhen kiln for civil use dated to the middle and late period of Ming Dynasty.
Marks on the Call “Xiong Elder Brother” and Messenger of the Official System of Kao – kou – li Gao Fushun (49)
Marks on the Collectors of Books During Liao and Kin Dynasties Zhou Feng (56)
The Establishment of Trading Port in Northeast of China and Something About the Modernized Regional Economy Yi Baozhong (78)
A Short Guide to the Fifth Ancient Monuments Under Provincial Protection
Heilongjiang Provincial Department of Culture Ancient Monuments Preservation Section (91)