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Kaogu 2013-9
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2013-10-29

Main Contents

Shenyang Municipal Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology, The Excavation of Qiansongyuan Site in Shenyang City in 2010 …………… (3)
Zhengzhou Municipal Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology and Xinzheng Municipal Bureau of Tourism and Cultural Relics, The Reconnaissance and Excavation to the Remains of the Eastern Zhou Period of Huayang City Site in Xinzheng City, Henan ……………………… (23)
Guangxi Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology and Guigang City Museum, The Excavation of the Tombs of the Han Dynasty at Kongwuling in Guigang City, Guangx……………… (40)
Cao Dingyun, On the Narration of “Your Fathers of the Yin Dynasty Had Their Archives and Statutes” and Relevant Issues -- And the Interpretation of the Special Character “Dian (Archive)” in No. 1616 of the Oracle Bone Collections in Great Britain ……………… (68)
Yang Yong, The Discoveries and Preliminary Understandings of the Elements of Kele Culture in Indochina ………………………………… (76)
Wang Hua et al., The Domestication and Husbandry Strategies of the Pigs in the Wei River Valley During the Neolithic Age ………………………… (87)
Zhang Zhongpei, The Circum-Bohai Sea Archaeology in My Mind -- the Speech on the 15th Annual Meeting of Chinese Society of Archaeology ……………… (99)
 
 
The Excavation of Qiansongyuan Site in Shenyang City in 2010
KEYWORDS: Shenyang    Qiansongyuan Site    Upper Xinle Culture    Ditch-enclosed Settlements
ABSTRACT: From June to August 2010, Shenyang Municipal Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology carried out a rescue archaeological excavation to Qiansongyuan Site. A ditch-enclosed settlement site of Upper Xinle Culture was recovered, with a large house foundation in the center and small ones surrounding it. Around these house foundations, a ditch is enclosing, and outside the ditch-enclosed area, medium-sized and small house foundations of Upper Xinle Culture were also found. The 14C tests showed that the date of the settlement site is 1880-1620 BC.
 
The Reconnaissance and Excavation to the Remains of the Eastern Zhou Period of Huayang City Site in Xinzheng City, Henan
KEYWORDS: Henan    Xinzheng City    Huayang City Site    Eastern Zhou Period
ABSTRACT: Huayang was an important military post in the north of the Zheng and Han States during the Eastern Zhou Period, and also the battlefield of the famous “Battle of Huayang”. In July through October 2010, archaeological reconnaissance and excavation were conducted to the Huayang City Site, by which the moat, defense walls, traps and earlier ditches forming the complete fortification system were discovered and the artifacts including potteries, bronzes and iron implements were unearthed. The excavation to Huayang City provided physical materials for the researches on the cultural connotations, the construction process and extension situation of Huayang City, as well as the ancient military history and urban construction history.
 
The Excavation of the Tombs of the Han Dynasty at Kongwuling in Guigang City, Guangxi
KEYWORDS: Guangxi    Guigang City    Tombs of the Han Dynasty at Kongwuling    Western Han Dynasty    Eastern Han Dynasty
ABSTRACT: In September 2009, Guangxi Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology excavated three tombs of the Han Dynasty at Kongwuling in Guigang City. These three tombs were brick-chamber tombs and vertical earthen shaft pit tombs, all of which had ramp passageways. M1 and M3 were brick-chamber tomb with double rear chambers and vertical earthen shaft pit tomb respectively, the dates of both of which were the early Eastern Han Dynasty; M2 was a joint tomb in separate graves, the date of which was the late Western Han Dynasty. In these three tombs, 167 pieces (or sets) of grave goods were unearthed, including potteries, bronzes, iron and silver wares and stone implements, of which potteries took the bulk; the main pottery types were ding-tripods, cases, vases, gui-tureens, jars and models of wells, barns and ovens, all of which were popular types in the Han tombs of the same period in the Lingnan Region. However, large amount of elaborate celadon wares with even and shining glazes were unearthed from M1, which was seldom seen in the Han tombs of Lingnan Region.
 
The Discoveries and Preliminary Understandings of the Elements of Kele Culture in Indochina
KEYWORDS: Kele Culture    Indochina    Migrations of Ethnic Groups    Yelang (State)
ABSTRACT: Kele Culture is an aboriginal bronze culture of the Southwestern Yi people in the Warring-States Period through the Qin and Han Dynasties mainly distributed in the present-day northwestern Guizhou Province. In recent years, the cultural elements related to Kele Culture, such as head encasing burials and bronze swords with pommels in the shape of hollowed plaque, are discovered in Cambodia, Vietnam and other areas of Indochina. Obviously, these cultural elements came from Kele Culture in China; their appearance in Indochina not only provided new materials for understanding the relationship between the Southwestern Yi area and Indochina Peninsula but also is very meaningful for the researches on the migrations of the ethnic groups in the southwestern territory of the Han Dynasty and the history and culture of Yelang State in the angle of archaeology.
 
The Domestication and Husbandry Strategies of the Pigs in the Wei River Valley During the Neolithic Age
KEYWORDS: Wei River Valley    Neolithic Age    Domestic Pigs    Domestication    Husbandry Strategies
ABSTRACT: With the application of different zooarchaeological approaches, including species spectrum changes, morphmetric changes, cull pattern and pathological analysis, this paper investigates the process of pig domestication and husbandry strategies in the Wei River Valley. The result suggests a domesticated status in the Neolithic Age, and also, pig husbandry strategies changing from the early to the later periods, which coincided with the intensification process of pig husbandry and environmental fluctuations.

 
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