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HomePublicationJournalsDongnanwenhua (Culture of Southeast China)
Culture of Southeast China 2007-2
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2007-11-21

 

Main Contents and abstracts
 
●Archaeology
Haining Museum,
The excavation Report of Lianhua Relic Site, Zhejiang Pro.    (6)
Abstract】A salvaging excavation was carried out on the spot of Maqiao and Liangzhu cultural relic site, Haining city , Zhejiang province in Apr. 2006. 1 Song Dynasty tomb,3 pits belonging to Maqiao Culture, 9 tombs in Liangzhu time period were found, along with which were more than 70 relics. The discovery of this site provides important information for the study of interrelationship among ancient cultures along Tai-lake area, Maqiao Culture’s own development as the reconstructing of the later period of Liangzhu Culture.
Key words】Haining;  Lianhua;  Maqiao Culture’s pit;  Liangzhu Culture’s tomb
 
ZHONG Shaobing,
Analysis on Beiyinyangying Graveyard during Neolithic Age.    (16)
Abstract】The time division of Neolithic graveyards of Beiyinyangying from the ware configuration was handicapped by the specific burial methods and complicated funeral objects. However, the 3rd and 2nd layers of tombs can be divided into two periods considering tomb structure combined with ware configuration variation process. The author thinks there exists phenomenon of specific tombs in specific sites, and even with one specific site, which demonstrated in the obvious difference of potteries and stone wares found in tombs. The difference gives a clue to the emergence of different social organizations and function differentiation in producing economy. Apart from this, this paper also points out one of the important reasons why Beiyinyangying type finally integralled into Liangzhu Culture——this culture lacked social integrality revealed by the liberty in making potteries.
Key words】Beiyinyangying;  Neolithic Age;  Graveyards;  Structure and Layout;  Function;  Differentiation
 
LIU Zibing,
Study on Brick-chambered Tombs in Three Gorge Area    (21)
Abstract】Brick-and Stone-chambered tombs prevailed in Western and Eastern Han Dynasties were the most important architecture forms in Three Gorge area, they were also the representations of ancient grand funeral With abundant culture information they provide valuable material for the study of ancient Chinese Customs and Architectures.
Key words】Three Gorge Area;  Brick-chambered Tomb;  Building
 
WANG Yongfeng,
Analysis on Gaoling Village and Sun Quan Family Mausoleums   (30)
Abstract】It’s always ambigusous as far as the exact location of Sunquan family tombs were concerned due to the lack of recordation. Through investigation of Haoyang village, Danyang, Zhengjiang, as well as the analysis of Guniangdun, Bogong Temple, Bozidun, the intimacy between partial sites and Sunquan family tombs can be seen.
Key words】Gaoling Village;  Sunquan;  Family Tombs
 
Xuzhou Museum, Bureau of Culture and Sports of Tongshan County,
Brief Report on Tombs No.1 and 4 in Huamazhuang, Graveyard, Xu zhou, Jiang su Pro, during Sui and Tang Dynasty    (34)
Abstract】An excavation was conducted on the graveyard No.1 of Sui and Tang period, Huamazhuang, Tongshan by Xuzhou Culture Relic Department,1992. The intact tri-color glazed pottery figurines with a taste of Central Plain style was the first finding in Jiangsu province. The No.4 tombs excavated in1996 was predictated belonging to northern dynasties to Sui Dynasty from grave patterns and funeral objects. These two tombs has great meaning for the study of Huamazhuang graveyard.
Key words】Huamazhuang;  Sui and Tang Dynasty Tombs;  Tri-colcored Glazed pottery figurine
 
CHEN Zhao,
Introduction of Google Earth’s Practical use in Archaeology    (39)
Abstract】Google Earth is determined to be useful in the realm of archaeology because of its unique perspective, advanced capability, extensive usage and low-cost price, which would be indispensable for the detecting and studing of cultural heritage.
Key words】Google Earth;  Software;  Archaeology
 
●History
CHEN Hongbo,
Reflection on Gotheborg’s Opium-smuggling Activity    (46)
Abstract】 The East Indian Gotheborg despite its claim of never trafficking opium to China, was actually the initiatory bootlegger. Qing government’s undercontrol of domestic social classes fostered western nations’ opium-dumping activities, which accelerated its own breakdown.
Key words】East Indian Company;  Gotheborg;  Opium
 
DU Linyuan,
Study on Fengfu System inEastern Han Dynasty    (49)
Abstract】As one of the main content in ancient funeral conduct, FengFu ritual shows the different characteristics in different times. It forms gradually on the base of inheriting the Han Dynasty’s FengFu system. Barring the more clear characteristics of ranks and social classes, the government regulate the giving standards of each noble class and government officials, and also strengthen and perfect the ritual of CiSi and ZengGuanYin, moreover, the government also give the preference to those whom stresses on chastity and masters the Confucianism, so that to spread this system. To some degree, this fact has some relations with the social customs of respecting Confucianism and rewarding chastity. It has also affect the later ages a lot.
Key words】Eastern Han;  Dynasty Funeral Conduct;  FengFu System
 
●On Cultural History
CUI Ruixue,
Study on Business Culture of Sala Ethnic——Conception, Formation Conditions and Functions    (55)
Abstract】Sala ethnic is an unique minority in China, of 10 ethnics believing in Islamism, the business development of Sala was most amazing. The ultimate reason lies to the business culture behind its business practice. What is Sala business culture, how it come into being and what kind of functions it have, all these will be unveiled in this paper.
Key words】Sala Ethnic;  Business Culture;  Concept;  Formation environment;  Function
 
CHEN Xingmei,
The Change of Water Carrigae economy of Mao Village, Hakka    (61)
Abstract】Through elaborated a Hakkas village – Guangxi Guilin Mao Cun in the water transportation economical prosperity and decline process, its economical condition, the cultural activity, the status prestige and several aspects changes, inquired into the water transportation economy which acts in village vicissitiude.
Key words】water transportation economy;  Mao Cun;  vicissitude;  destiny
 
XUE Shengjian,
Vision Perplexity of Vision Culture era    (64)
Abstract】When the vision has become the platform of modern culture. We fell the unique satisfactory which the visual culture bring to us. But at the same time, we feel profoundly confused and a series of living environment are changed. How to grasp the opportunity and overcome the challenge in the culture language transformation is what we should consider now.
Key words】visual culture;  image;  language
 
●Ancient Writing Study
WU Hongsong, HE Lingyi,
This Pieces form Shidi, Qinghua, Ancient seal    (66)
Abstract】The ancient official seals contains many names of some place, which have important value in the study of characters, geography in the ancient times and distinguish different kindom about ancient seals. This article conducts a concrete study of the form of characters in three ancient official seals which collected by the of ancient seals, then makes a comprehensive interpretation and gives some new opinions about it.
Key words】seals in kindom of chu;   seals in kindom of san jin;  names of some place;  decipherment
 
WANG Changfeng,
Study on Family name of “Lingzhi” State    (69)
Abstract】The clan insignia character “□”, and “□” inscribed on bronze objects are the combined words of “Ling Zhi” through the analysis of the inscriptions on turtle shell and bronze objects. “Lingzhi” was an ancient state during Sang and Zhou Dynasty, located in the west of Qian’ an county, Hebei province. There were once a county named Lingzhi.
Key words】Lingzhi;  Location
 
●Culture Relics
Li Yu,
Study on Ancient Musical Instruments Unearthed around Rizhao Area   (73)
Abstract】Rizhao as the important area of East Yi culture, possesses it’s own integrated development. The pottery clarions, flute-handled cups belonging to Dawenkou Culture discovered in Lingyanghe site and pottery bells of Longshan Culture, Donghaiyu site reflects the developed level ancient music in Rizhao, proves the flourish of prehistoric culture.
Key words】Rizhao;  Ancient Music Instrument;  Pottery Clarion;  Flute-handled Cup;  Pottery Bell
 
MENG Juanjuan,
Humble Opinion on Single and Short Tube of Brush Pen Unearthed from Wangtuan   (77)
Abstract】As early as Qin Dynasty, the making of brush pens has been using the tough furs as posts and soft hair as quilt. While the single and short brush pen discovered from Wangtuan Han Dynasty tomb proves the technical was growing mature at that time. Through analyzing every single parts of it, we can be sure that it not only bore “Four Virtues”, but also “Five Kindness”.
Key words】Wangtuan;  Han Dynasty;  Brush Pen
 
GUO Huaxiao,
Analysis on Pottery Figurines of Musicians and dancers Found in Luoyang   (79)
Abstract】More than 60 pieces of pottery figurines of dancers and musicians were excavated out of a good many of Tang dynasty tombs around Luoyang area during 70~80s, 20th century. These pottery figurines ushered amazing imagination and creation of Tang people.
Key words】Luoyang;  Tang Dynasty;  Pottery figurines of Dancers and Musicians
 
●Remarks on Art in “Ten-bamboo Study”
CHENG Qiaoming,
The Soft Art Market is The Weak Place of Jiangsu Pro.    (83)
Abstract】Jiangsu is being considered a great culture province because it has abundant culture resources, but the art marketing of Jiangsu is relative underdevelopment and which has been the shortcoming of Jiangsu as a great culture province. Arts industry is regarded as the most advanced culture industy and so Jiangsu province needs do its level best to construct art marketing. Firstly, Jiangsu may build several art marketing blocs according as area of cultures and geographies from the north to south, and secondly, the all art marketing blocs should be united to create the great name of the whole art marketing of Jiangsu. Because Jiangsu has centuries-old and profound cultural foundation, at the same time, this stratagem accords with the facts of Jiangsu province and it will win for sure.
Key words】art marketing;  Jiangsu province;  great culture province;  establishing;  marketing bloc
 
ZHOU Lianhong,
Relation between Ritual and Art    (88)
Abstract】Ritual is an important category in the domain of anthropology as well as an significant activity of human spirit. It is characteristic of symbolism and regionalism. As an unique form, ritual is a surrealistic means to solve the inconsistent problems encountered in real life. These characters shows striking similarity with art.
Key words】Ritual;  Symbolism;  Symbol;  Region
 
●Cultural Relics Protection
YANG Xiaolin,
Study on Erosion of Steel in Pujindu    (91)
Abstract】This paper takes Pujindu Irons, YOngji, Shangxi Province as an example to discuss briefly iron erosion phenomenon done by atmosphere change, poisonous gases, sour rain and solidification dew.
Key words】Irons of Pujindu;  Atmosphere Erosion;  Temperature and Humidity;  Sour Rain;  Solidification Dew;  Salt Crystallization
 
●New Book Shelf
Ji Naiwang, Lu Haiming,
Vivid Portrait of Ancient Nanjing——On “Nanjing landscape”    (95)
 
 
 
 
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