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An Jiayao
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2008-09-11
 
CV of Professor An Jiayao
 
Research Fellow at the Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS).
 
Academic Background :
An Jiayao obtained her MA in History from the Archaeology Department of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) Graduate School in 1982, under the supervision of Professor Su Bai, Head of the Department of Archaeology at Peking University. After graduating in 1982, she went on to work at the Institute of Archaeology, CASS, where she has long since been involved with the study of Tang Dynasty Chang’an City ruins and has presided over numerous key archaeological excavations. An Jiayao’s research into ancient glass vessels has helped fill in the gaps in the Chinese archaeological community’s knowledge of ancient glassware and her work has been widely cited by Chinese and foreign scholars alike.        
 
Research Interests :
- Sui and Tang Dynasty Buddhist temples of Chang’an.
- The Taiye Lake ruins at the Tang Dynasty Da Ming Palace.
- The preservation and exhibition of archaeological sites.
 
Recent Academic Activities:
     November, 2006: Attended the General Assembly of the International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies in Alexandria, Egypt.
      July, 2007: Participated in the XXIst International Congress on Glass in Strasbourg, France.
 
Contact Details:
Telephone : 86-10-65235910
Email Address : anjy@cass.org.cn
 
Major Publications :
 
 1.  “Early Glassware in Ancient China”, Acta Archaeological Sinica, Vol. 4, 1984, P 413-448页
2.        “Early Glassware” Trans. By M. Henderson. The Oriental Ceramic Society, no.12 (c.1987)
3.         “Dated Islamic Glass in China.” Bulletin of the Asia Institute 5 (1991), pp.123-137 
4.        “Glass Trade in Southeast Asia” Ancient Trades and Cultural Contacts in Southeast Asia pp.127-138.
5.        ‘Report on the 1995-1996 Excavation of the Hanyuan Hall Archaeological Site at the Tang Dynasty Daming Palace’, Acta Archaeologica Sinica, 1997, Vol. 3, pp.341-406.
6.        ‘Excavation of the Huanqiu Ruins in the Tang Dynasty Chang’an Capital in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province’, Kaogu (Archaeology), 2000, Vol. 7, pp.29-47.
7.        ‘A Study into the Design of the Dragon Tail Road of the Tang Dynasty Daming Palace’s Hanyuan Hall’ in Chinese Archaeology in the New Century : Papers in Honour of Professor Wang Zhongshu’s Eightieth Birthday, (Science Press : 2005), pp. 691-706.
 
Other Publications :

1. 1995  Glass Fragment from Yangzhou
2. 2006  Memory, History and Nation
3. 2006 Essays on Fifty Years of Archaeology at the Han Dynasty Chang’an City.
4. 2005 A Study into the Design of the Dragon Tail Road of the Tang Dynasty Daming      
Palace’s Hanyuan Hall
5. 2005  The Tang Dynasty Chang’an City : Ideal Terrain, Glorious Capital.  
6. 2004 The Magnificent Daming Palace.
7. 2002 The Sui and Tang Summer Palace – Ruins of Hall 37 at the Sui Renshou Palace-Tang Jiucheng Palace Site.
8. 2002 From the World Cup to Ancient Chinese Football – Cu Ju.
9. 2000 Archaeological Findings of the Tang Dynasty Chang’an Ximing Temple.
10. 1998. The Tang Era Print of the Sanskrit Dharani Sutra Excavated in Fengxi, Xi’an.  
11. 1994. A Study of Tang Dynasty Black Pottery Bowls.
12. 1982 Documents of the Xunfushi officer of the Hexi prefecture from the first year of Yongtai reign to the first year of Dali reign of Tang Dynasty
13. 2005 Relics of the Tang Dynasty Taiye Lake Imperial Gardens in Xi’an. 
14. 2005 Remains of Tang Dynasty Chang’an City Taiye Lake at the Daming Palace in Xi’an.
15. 2004  Remains of a Large Corridor and Court Complex on the Southern Bank of the Taiye Lake Site at the Tang Dynasty Daming Palace in Xi’an.
16. 2004 Ruins at the Taiye Lake’s West Bank at the Tang Dynasty Daming Palace in Xi’an City.
17. 2003 Periodic Results Obtained from the Taiye Lake Site at the Daming Palace of the Tang Dynasty Chang’an City.
18. 2003 New Archaeological Findings at the Daming Palace Taiye Lake Site in the Tang Dynasty Chang’an City.
19. 2003  A Briefing on the Excavation of the Taiye Lake Ruins at the Tang Chang’an Daming Palace.
20 1999 Excavation of the Tang Dynasty Chang’an City Huan Qiu Site. 
21 1995 Excavation of Hall 37 of the Sui Renshou-Tang Jiucheng Palace.
22. 1990 A Briefing on the Excavation of the Ruins of the Tang Dynasty Chang’an Ximing Temple.
23. 2006 New Archaeological Discoveries in the Tang Dynasty Chang’an City.
24 2003 The Re-Excavation and Re-Analysis of the Ruins of the Tang Daming Palace’s Hanyuan Hall.
25. 2004  The Art of Glass Along the Silk Road
26. 2003  When Glass Was Treasured In China
27. 2002  Glass Vessels and Ornaments of the Wei, Jin and Northern and Southern Dynasties Periods
28. 2000  Glass Beads Found at The Yongningsi Temple
29. 1996  Glass Trade in Southeast Asia
30. 1997  Glass Trade in Southeast Asia(1997)
31. 1991  Dated Islamic Glass in China
32. 1987  Early Glassware
33. 2006 Northern Wei Glass.
34. 2006 The Glass Road – Three Essays on the Archaeology of Glass from the Han to Tang Dynasty.
35. 2005 Glass-Making Techniques of the Wei, Jin, and Northern and Southern Dynasties.
36. 2004 Glass Vessels Excavated at the Tomb of Feng Sufu.
37. 2002 Glass Beads with Gold-Leaf inside
38. 2000 Three Essays on the Archaeology of Glass
39. 1984. Early Chinese Glassware.
40. 1984. A Report on Chemical analysis on Early Chinese Glassware.
41. 1986. Glass Bowl Excavated from the Tomb of Li Xian of the Northern Zhou Dynasty : The Discovery and Study of Sassanid Glass Vessels
42. 1986 Some Issues in the Study of Ancient Chinese Glass.
43. 1990. A Tentative Study on China’s Recently Excavated Islamic Glassware.
44. 1993 Excavated Glassware from the Tomb of the Prince Consort of the Princess of Chen and Related Questions.
 
Translated by Kelly McGuire
 
 
 
 
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