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HomeAbout IA CASSArchaeologists
Wu Yaoli
From:  Writer:  Date:2005-04-28

 

Professor and head of the Department of Prehistoric Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (IACASS).

Office phone: 86-10-65249697  E-Mail: wu1231231@sina.com or wuyl@history.cass.net.cn

 

Born in 1947 in the Zitong County, Sichuan Province, professor Wu graduated from the Archaeology Program, Department of History, Beijing University in 1975. After working in the Beijing Cultural Relics Administration for three years, he entered the Graduate School of the CASS to study Neolithic archaeology of China, and yielded his MA there. He entered the IACASS in 1981 and has been focusing on the research and fieldwork on Neolithic archaeology till present. In the 1980s, he had taken part in the excavations at the Baijia site in Lingtong, and the Xiehu site in Lantian, as well as some surveys in Shaanxi. In the 1990s he had directed excavations at the Lilou site in Ruzhou, Henan, the Oujialaowu and Weijialiangzi sites in Wushan, Sichuan, and the Dawan and Dongwanzai sites in Hong Kong. He was promoted as a professor in 1996 and is head of the Department of Prehistoric Archaeology at present.

 

publications:

In edition: Zaoyang Diaolongbei (a report on the excavations at the Neolithic Diaolongbei site)

2001 “Zhongyuan wenming de qiyuan yu xingcheng” (Initiation and formation of the civilization in the Central Plains area), Zhongyuan wenwu 4.

2000 “Zhongguo shiqian nongye zai shijie shiqian nongye zhong de diwei” (The role of Chinese prehistoric agriculture in the development of prehistoric agriculture of the world), Nongye kaogu 3.

1998 “Zailun woguo xinshiqi shidai caitao de qiyuan” (Re-discussion on the origin of Chinese painted pottery in the Neolithic age), Yuanwangji, Xi’an: Shaanxi remin chubanshe.

1998 “Gang’ao shiqian wenhua de xulie ji yu dalu de guanxi” (Chronology of prehistoric cultures in Hong Kang and Macao and their relationship with the mainland cultures), Shiqianyanjiu, Xi’an: Sanqin chubanshe.

1997 “Xinshiqi shidai zaoqi wenhua taosanzuqi chulun” (Preliminary research on Early Neolithic pottery tripod), Kaogu 3.

1996 “Shilun Weijialiangzi wenhua” (Preliminary research on the Weijialiangzi culture), Kaogu 8.

1994 “Shuixuanfa zai woguo kaogu fajue zhong de yingyong” (Application of the flotation method in Chinese archaeology), Kaogu 4.

1994 “Huanghe liuyu xinshiqi shidai de daozuo nongye” (Rice agriculture in the Neolithic Yellow River Valley), Nongye kaogu 1.

1994 “Henan Ruzhou Lilou yizhi de fajue” (Excavation at the Lilou site, Ruzhou, Henan), Kaogu xuebao 1.

1994 Lingong Baijiancun (Baijiacun in Lintong), Chengdu: Bashu chubanshe.

1991 “Shaanxi Lantian Xiehu yizhi” (Xiehu site in Lantian, Shaanxi), Kaogu xuebao 4.

1988 “Shaanxi Lantian Xiehu Zhanguo mu fajue jianbao” (Preliminary report on the excavation of burials at the Xiehu site in Lantian, Shaanxi), Kaogu 12.

1988 “Woguo zuizao de caitao zai shijie zaoqi caitao zhong de weizhi” (The earliest painted pottery of China and the early painted pottery in the world), Shiqian yanjiu.

1987 “Luelun woguo xinshiqi shidai caitao de qiyuan” (Preliminary research on the origin of painted pottery in Neolithic China), Shiqian yanjiu 2.

1985 “Shiqian kaoguxue zhong de shidai huafen wenti” (How to define “Ages” in prehistoric archaeology), Shiqian yanjiu 1.

1984 “Shilun Hougang Yanshao wenhua de niandai yu fenqi” (Preliminary research on the date and periodization of the Yangshao assemblage at Hougang), Kaogu yu wenwu 6.

 

 

 
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