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Kaogu 2010-5
From:Chinese archaeology  Writer:  Date:2010-09-01
Zhengzhou Municipal Institute of Archaeology et al., Excavation to the Remains of Peiligang Culture of Tanghu Site at Xinzheng City, Henan in 2007 ……………(3)
Liaoning Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology et al., Report on the Archaeological Survey to the Upper Reach of Daling River,Liaoning Province… (24)
Tieweng Cheng Archaeological Team, Preliminary Report on the Excavation to the Tieweng Cheng at Zhenjiang City, Jiangsu………………………………………………(36)
Oriental Archaeology Research Center of Shandong University,Hubei Provincial Bureau of Cultural Relics and Yunxian County Bureau of Cultural Relics, The Excavation to the Qianfang Site at Yunxian County, Hubei Province……………………………(54)
Du Jinpeng, On Cultural Heritage Preservation Archaeology …………………………(60)
Jiang Gang and Wang Zhigang, Some New Opinions on Weifang Phase Ⅲ Culture and Upper Zhangjiayuan Culture …………………………………………………………(67)
Li Yingfu and Chen Fang, The Archaeological Cultures in Wujiang River Valley during the Shang and Zhou Dynasties Seen from Qingyuan Site………………………(79)
Correspondent of the Present Journal, Summary of the “Centennial Birthday Commemoration Symposium for Mr. Xia Nai”………………………………………………(92)
 
 
Zhengzhou Municipal Institute of Archaeology et al., Excavation to the Remains of Peiligang Culture of Tanghu Site at Xinzheng City, Henan in 2007
KEYWORDS Henan Xinzheng City Tanghu Site Peiligang Culture Remains
ABSTRACT In 2007, Zhengzhou Municipal Institute of Archaeology conducted excavation to Tanghu Site located in Xinzheng City. The excavation uncovered 41 house foundations, 169 ash pits, two trenches and one burial of Peiligang Culture and unearthed a set of artifacts of it. The materials obtained in this excavation enriched the connotations of Peiligang Culture in Zhengzhou area, and are academically valuable for the indepth researches on the nature and periodization of Peiligang Culture, the settlement pattern and architecture type, the subsistence pattern and social organization at the time of Peiligang Culture.
 
 
Liaoning Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology et al., Report on the Archaeological Survey to the Upper Reach of Daling River,Liaoning Province
KEYWORDS: Liaoning Upper Reach of Daling River Hongshan Culture Regional Archaeological Survey Community
ABSTRACT: In 2009, the institutions from China and the U. S. conducted the first term of cooperative archaeological survey for “the Liaoning Hongshan Period Community Project”. Based on the present theory about the social development process of Hongshan Culture, this survey was an onfoot systematic regional survey aimed on figuring out the scale and distribution features of population in the surveyed area during the period of Hongshan Culture. The results of this survey suggested that at that time, the community was composed of many administrative areas which had interactive relations but the highdeveloped communities with unified political and economic relations had not appeared. This survey is helpful for the exploration to the functions of rites and economy in social complexity.
 
 
Tieweng Cheng Archaeological Team, Preliminary Report on the Excavation to the Tieweng Cheng at Zhenjiang City, Jiangsu
KEYWORDS Jiangsu Zhenjiang City Tieweng Cheng (Iron Vat City) ThreeKingdoms Period City Site of (Sun Quan's) Wu Kingdom
ABSTRACT The Tieweng Cheng (Iron Vat City) located at Zhenjiang City, Jiangsu Province was originally built by Sun Quan during Jian’an Era of the Eastern Han Dynasty. From 1991 through 2006, many terms of excavations have been conducted to the site of this city, by which the remains of walls, gates and paths built along the terrain and the artifacts such as bricks impressed with scripts and decorative patterns, tiles, pottery and celadon wares, metal objects, coins and so on are recovered. The dates of these remains and artifacts covered the long period from Wu Kingdom of the ThreeKingdoms Period, the Eastern Jin Dynasty to the Southern Dynasties. This city is the earliest and best preserved one in the capital cities built by the Wu Kingdom with rich cultural connotations and historic significance.
 
 
Oriental Archaeology Research Center of Shandong University,Hubei Provincial Bureau of Cultural Relics and Yunxian County Bureau of Cultural Relics, The Excavation to the Qianfang Site at Yunxian County, Hubei Province
KEYWORDS Hubei Yunxian County Qianfang Site Burials Sui and Tang Dynasties Northern Song Dynasty
ABSTRACT In December 2006 through February 2007, the archaeological team organized by scholars from Shandong University and other institutions conducted excavation to Qianfang Site and the cemetery nearby at Yunxian County, Hubei Province, which recovered 2000 sq m in total. The site was severely damaged, the earliest remains recovered from which were that of the Tang and Song Dynasties. The cemetery was preserved better; six tombs are excavated, all of which are brickchamber tombs built in shaft pit and some had traces of imitation wooden structure. Grave goods unearthed from these tombs are coins, pottery pots with dishshaped rim, porcelain bowls, etc. The shapes of the tombs and the features of the grave goods show that these tombs are buried in the Sui, Tang and Northern Song Dynasties.
 
 
Du Jinpeng, On Cultural Heritage Preservation Archaeology
KEYWORDS Heritage Preservation Archaeology Site Conservation Public Archaeology
ABSTRACT Complying with the social progress and disciplinary development, the new subject of heritage preservation archaeology emerges. It serves the designing, modifying and practicing of the conservation plans and procedures of ancient sites, and its goals are providing reliable data and scientific bases for the conservation, display and utilization of cultural heritages. Heritage preservation archaeology belongs to active archaeological fieldwork, holds the principle of noncomplete excavation, pursues the maximization of the retrieval of information of the ancient remains in the excavations, executes integrated management, society sharing, scientific arrangement and reasonable utilization, and makes its best to meet its social obligation of developing public archaeology.
 
 
Du Jinpeng, On Cultural Heritage Preservation Archaeology
KEYWORDS Heritage Preservation Archaeology Site Conservation Public Archaeology
ABSTRACT Complying with the social progress and disciplinary development, the new subject of heritage preservation archaeology emerges. It serves the designing, modifying and practicing of the conservation plans and procedures of ancient sites, and its goals are providing reliable data and scientific bases for the conservation, display and utilization of cultural heritages. Heritage preservation archaeology belongs to active archaeological fieldwork, holds the principle of noncomplete excavation, pursues the maximization of the retrieval of information of the ancient remains in the excavations, executes integrated management, society sharing, scientific arrangement and reasonable utilization, and makes its best to meet its social obligation of developing public archaeology.
 
 
Jiang Gang and Wang Zhigang, Some New Opinions on Weifang Phase Ⅲ Culture and Upper Zhangjiayuan Culture
KEYWORDS Southern Side of Yangshan Mountains Late Shang Dynasty Weifang Phase Ⅲ Culture Upper Zhangjiayuan Culture
ABSTRACT In the late Shang Period, the southern foothill of Yangshan Mountains had two bronze cultures: Weifang Phase Ⅲ Culture and Upper Zhangjiayuan Culture. Through the analyses to the materials published in recent years, this paper presents some new understandings to the relationships of these two bronze cultures. Bordered by Yongding River, Weifang Ⅲ Culture could be divided into Weifang Type and Tazhao Type, and Upper Zhangjiayuan Culture could be divided into Zhangjiayuan Type and Zhenjiangying Type. Weifang Type was formed by the eastward developing of Tazhao Type, and Zhangjiayuan Type was formed by the eastward developing of Zhengjiangying Type. Tazhao and Zhengjiangying Types had inheriting relationship in terms of cultural pedigree, while Weifang Type and Zhangjiayuan Type were chronologically consecutive.
 
 
Li Yingfu and Chen Fang, The Archaeological Cultures in Wujiang River Valley during the Shang and Zhou Dynasties Seen from Qingyuan Site
KEYWORDS Wujiang River Valley  Remains of the Shang and Zhou Dynasties Qingyuan Site  Shidiba Culture
ABSTRACT Wujiang River Valley in southwestern China was an important cultural channel, in which Qingyuan Site was an important archaeological locus. Through the comparative analyses to its remains of the Shang and Zhou Dynasties and that of other sites which had close spatial and temporal connections with Qingyuan Site, this paper draws conclusion that all of the archaeological cultures of the Shang and Zhou Dynasties belonged to Shidiba Culture existing in the Three Gorges area at that time; meanwhile, their pottery styles were deeply influenced by Shi’erqiao Culture in Chengdu Plain and Lujiahe Culture in western Hubei, and their microlith tradition was derived from the microlithic cultures in western Sichuan plateau.
 
 
Correspondent of the Present Journal, Summary of the “Centennial Birthday Commemoration Symposium for Mr. Xia Nai”
KEYWORDS: Xia Nai (1910-1985) Centennial Birthday Memorial
ABSTRACTThe year 2010 is the 100th birthday year of Dr. Xia Nai, the most famous archaeologist of China. The “Centennial Birthday Commemoration Symposium for Mr. Xia Nai” sponsored by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and hosted by the Institute of Archaeology, CASS was held in Beijing on February 9th, 2010. About 100 people in total, including the leaders of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, National Administration of Cultural Heritage and Institute of Archaeology, CASS, the scholars of archaeology discipline, Dr. Xia Nai’s descendants and relatives, attended the symposium. The participants recalled Dr. Xia Nai’s life, his historical merits, academic achievements and lofty character, and agreed that Dr. Xia’s steady, meticulous, practical and realistic attitudes to academic researches are invaluable property of archaeology discipline of China. After the symposium, the participants visited “Xia Nai Library” and memorial exhibition for Dr. Xia.
 
 
 
 
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