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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Northern Cultural Relics 2013-1
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2013-05-14

Main    Contents
Zhao Binfu Ren Ruibo Du Zhanwei
Explanation on the Xiaoheyan Culture     .................................   10
Liu ju
A Preliminary Study on the Juenu Tribe, Its Rise and Decline .......................................................................... 51
Xiao Aimin
The Inherit System of the Turkic Khan—View on the Turkic Khanate,the Eastern Turkic Khanate and the later Turkic Khanate   ........................ 55
Zhou Lizhi
Research on the New Materials (Report on Completion of Mission the Jin Kingdom)Relating to the Song Dynasty Associate with the Jin Dynasty
....................................................................................... 61
Xu Jie Qin Shiqiang
Marks on the Sacrificial Ceremony Holding on the Square Mound of Jin Dynasty   ..................................................................  67
Sun Jiulong Wang Chengming
The Fatures on the Salt Division Official in the Jing Dynasty   ............   71
Liu Ximin
New Marks on the Stone Chamber Mausoleum of Liao Dynasty in Zu Zhou
........................................................................... 84
Yang Yanjun Gong Wenjing
A Preliminary Study on the Types of the Bacterial Bombs Made by the Japanese 731 Army—Based on Interpretation of the American Decrypt Files on the Japanese Bacteria   ................................................   103

 


Redefinition of the Xiaoheyan Culture Zhao Binfu Ren Ruibo Du Zhanwei
    The connotation and naming of Xiaoheyan Culture have been discussed for a couple of years while even till present time they are quite controversial in archaeology circle. Being through inspecting and discussing on the materials of Xiaoheyan Culture sites and graveyards located to the north of Yan Mountain, this thesis redefines the basic connotation and location of Xiaoheyan Culture. After analysis and comparing with the remains of the first phase of Xueshan, Zhongjiabi remains, Wufang remains which are all located to the south of Yan Mountain, the thesis figures out the general features of these remains are distinguished from Xiaoheyan Culture obviously. According to the analysis, these remains should not belong to the Xiaoheyan Culture, while a few remains located to the south of Yan Mountain with some Xiaoheyan Culture elements are resulted from the archaeological cultural exchanges and influences in the same age of history.

 


Peport of Archaeological Excavation on Shijaying site in Fengrun district, Tangshan,  Hebei
Hebei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology
Tangshan Municipal Cultural Relics Management Office
    In 2011, archaeological excavation was done by Hebei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology. 600 square meters were unearthed, some house foundations, ash pits, potteries, irons and stones were found here. The relics should be of three different stages dated to the Datuotou culture, the Eastern Zhou Dynasty and the Yuan Dynasty.

 


The Relations of the Yilou and Mohe Nations View on archaeology
Liu Xiaodong
    The relations of the Yilou and Mohe Nations has been discussed in the academic fields. It is difficult to study the problem just according to the brief ilterature, which contradicted each other somewhere. This paper did some works to summarize the archaeological materials distributed in the Yilou and Mohe Region. Combining with the historical literatures and the research works done by the formers, the paper gave some views on the Yilou and Mohe Nations recorded in the historical materials, based on this studied the relations between the two nations.

 
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