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HomePublicationJournalsNanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Cultural Relics of Southern China2011-4
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2012-11-18

Forum of Relics & Museum Public Opinion
Combining Science Department with Liberal Art, Exploration and Innovation-Review and Reflection of the Archaeological Center of Science and Technology, Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Was Founded 15 Years (Special Contribution)  .............................................Yuan Jing (l)

Reading the Classics Again
Classical Masterpieces of the Yi Ming Studies -Re-reading Three Generations Ji Jinwen Deposit (Special Contribution)   ......... Liu Zheng (5)

Interview  with Overseas Members    Emcee: Li Shui-cheng
In Memory of Lewis Binford-The Most Influential Archaeologist in the Contemporary Era  .............................................  Li Shui-cheng (12)
Interview with Lewis Binford (Special Contribution) ............... Author:Lewis Binford (America),Colin Renfrew (England)
Translator: Chen Sheng-qian (15)
Travel of the Exploration
Re-discussion the Setup Time of the Royal Factory-The Imperial Kiln Sites of Archaeological Stages in the Ming Dynasty ..................................................................... Wang Guang-yao (28)

Early Civilization      Emcee: Peng Shi-fan
Try to Analysis the Role of Bronze to Social Change in Early China
...........................................................................  Li Hong-fei  (67)
Discuss the Evolution of Early Bo Fei Leng  .................. Feng Zhuo-hui (74)
Try to Demonstrate the Origin and Propagation of the Duck Shape
Pot about Maqiao Culture  ............................................. Chen Yu (81)

New Evidence for Name and Description of Things
Emcee: Lu Xi-xing
Silk Flowers Liked Real Flowers and Head-pinned Flowers,  Paper-cut Flowers Used to Decorate the Sacrifices and Offerings   ...... Lu Xi-xing (89)
The Question about Quan Qian in the Qin Dynasty  ......... Zeng Wei-hua (99)
An Original View
Class System of Bronze Sacrifice-Bronzes of Ancient China from Overseas Museum(Third):The Large Tripod of Beast Face Pattern (First) .................................................................. Zhang Chang-ping (144)

Overseas View  Emcee: Chen Chun, Chen Xing-can
The Research of Discarded Behavior in the Southwest of North America
..................... Author: M. C. Nelson and G. Schachner (America)Translator: Yin Min   Proofreader: Chen Chun (150)
The Initial Formation of the Local Crop Group in the Eastern North America 3800 Years Ago
.............................. Author:Bruce D. Smith,  Richard A. Yarnell
Translator:Wang Qing-zhu    Proofreader:Chen Xue-xiang (157)

Essential Collection in the Sea of Books
The New Breakthrough of Studying the Palace Temple Foundation in the Yin Ruins-Reading The Research of the Palace Building Foundation in the  Yin Ruins by Du Jin-peng    ............ Wang Yu-xin (162)
Learning New Knowledge, Inspiring New Thought-Thinking of Reading The Anthology of Scientific Archaeology .................. He Nu (l7l)

Abstracts: The  research of Yu Qi Chang (imperial Porcelain Factory) has long been based on the written sources and less attention has been paid to the archaeological finds until 1980s. However, the knowledge of time when Yu Qi Chang was built is not exact because of the misunderstanding of the kiln located at Jingdezhen as Yu Qi Chang mentioned in literature. This article deals with .he difference between (he kiln prod,,,,,, porcelam at Jingdezhen and Yu Yao Chang in charge of manufacture located at Poyang, Raozhou Prefecture according to Zhengde Raozhou Fu Zhi (Cazelteer of Raozhou Prefecture printed in Zhengde reign) and Wanli Ming Huidian (Collected Statutes of the Ming Dynasty printed in Wauli reign). Through the excavations at Yu Yao (Imperial Kiln site in Jingdezhen. we can draw the conclusion that the starting date of production of Ming Imperial kiln at Jing De zhen was no later than the fourth year of Hongwu  ( 1371). while the Yu Qi Chang was established in the first year of Hong Xi (l425) after  Emperor  Xuande ascended  the  throne.   In  the  sixth  year of Zhengde(1511).
Yu  Yao Chang moved from  Raozhou to Jingdezhen and combined with the kiln located there as one. Key words:   Yu Qi Chang( Imperial  Porcelain  Factory).   Established  Date. Archaeolngical  Division

 
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