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HomePublicationJournalsDongnanwenhua (Culture of Southeast China)
Culrure of Southeast China 2008-3
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2008-07-17
 
Main Contents
 
●Archaeology
Wu Jiabi, Shuo Zhi,
The Cicular Mound Altar Site in Western Zhou Dynasty at Daijiayuan, Huoshan   (6)
Abstract】A Huanqiu relic of Western Zhou Dyansty was dug out at the Daijiayuan archaeological site in Huoshan County, and some dust layers of charcoal and ashes had been found to leave behind on its surface. It may be interrelated with the “play music at hillock in midwinter” and “offer sacrifice to God by burnt firewood” that had been recorded by literature. From the center of the Huanqiu, direction of sunrise in the winter solstice can be found that was just at one and only cove of Fulan mountain peak, by simulative observation on the spot. That indicate this relic bears no relation to the activities which offer sacrifice to God and salute sunrise and observe phenomenon to time service. Because the size of this site was smaller, it may be a sacred concourse which offer sacrifice to Gnome and Ceres in country community and offer sacrifice to God by civilian in country.
Key words】An hui;  Daijiayuan archaeological site;  Huanqiu;  Western Zhou
 
Zhong Zhi, Wei Zheng,
The Dating and Relative Issues about Cliff Tombs at Tujing Zhongxian County   (13)
Abstract】The Cliff Tombs at Tujing, Zhongxian County have always been a hot topic in academia. The dating was said to be around Shu state according to the coins found in the tombs. However, based on the funeral objects and tomb patterns, these tombs should be around Shu State and early Southern Dynasties.
Key words】Zhongxian;  Tujing Cliff Tombs;  Shu State to Eastern Jin Dynasty
 
Xuzhou Museum,
The Excavation Report of Dishan Tombs from Warring – State Period to Western Han Dynasty, Xuzhou   (21)
Abstract】The relics found in 23 tomb of Warring States —— early Western Han period in Zhaishan provide new data for study on the social visage of Xuzhou area in that time.
Key words】Xuzhou Zhaishan;  Warring states;  Western Han;  tomb
 
Department of Culture Relics and Museology of Nanjing Normal Uni., Nanjing Museum,
The Excavation Report of Song Dyansty Sites at Houzhen Village, Jingtan City, Jiangsu   (27)
Abstract】The excavation in April, 2005 on Houzhen village, Jingtan City, Jiangsu Province found many pieces of glazed potteries and porcelains, from which the site can be dated at around Song Dynasty. This excavation provides important material for the study of historic changes around Northern and Southern Song Dynasties.
Key words】Jingtan Houzhen Site;  Northern and Southern Song Dynasties
 
Luo Ling, Gao Wei,
Research Report about Above – Stone Sculptures at Liuzhizhou Mountain   (35)
Abstract】We have gained a detailed knowledge about ground stone inscription at Liuzhizhou Mt. through a thorough investigation. This paper introduces two kinds of stone inscriptions and studies on their date and character.
Key words】Liuzhizhou Shan;  Rock Painting;  Stone Inscription
 
●History
Jiao Jie,
From Stone Tablets to Reasons for Taoism – Worshipping by Women during Tang Dynasty   (41)
Abstract】Taoism is widespread in Tang Dynasty. Many women worshipped Taoism at home, or even became a nun in a monastery. Because of different life experiences, their reasons for worshipping also differed. This paper analyzes those reasons from three different aspects: outside, psychological and women independent consciousness. This paper points out that there were many realistic reasons besides the widespread Taoism worshipping trend, which include the pessimistic following – the – trend psychology as well as the positive goal – driven.
Key words】Tang Dynasty;  Woman;  Taoism
 
Liu Zibing,
Eastward Transmission of Buddhism and Lion Culture in China   (46)
Abstract】There is an interesting phenomenon in ancient Chinese culture —— Lion is not a native animal but Lion Culture is rich in China for a long time. People’s love for this exotic animal has a direct connection with its important place in Buddhism and Buddhism transmission.
Key words】Buddhism;  Lion;  Lion Culture
 
●Ancient Writing
Wang Bing,
Yihou shi —— Non – Wu Imperial Lineage —— Taibo Running to Wu State is a True History   (50)
Abstract】This paper’s whole new study on the sentence —— “WANG PU YU YI, LU SHE NAN XIANG” inscribed on Yihou? GUI Ware, combined with “HU” inscribed on Yinghu GUI, proves that Yihou? Was originally Huhou, which didn’t belong to the Wu state lineage, and its land located at the north of Zu.
Key words】Yihoushi Gui;  Taibo;  Huhou;  Zhu
 
Fan Changxi,
Four Reading Notes about “RI SHU” Inscribed on Kongjiapo Han bamboo Scripts   (56)
Abstract】This paper discusses several difficult words in RISHU found at Kongjiapo, further explains these words.
Key words】Kongjiapo;  Han Bamboo Scripts;  RISHU
 
●Ethnology
Zhao Dongju,
The Correlation of Folk Culture Relics and Intangible Culture Heritages   (59)
Abstract】Folk culture and intangible culture relics have always share something in common. The folk culture relics contains rich intangible culture relics, and vice versa. They both belong to culture heritage. But they have different characteristics as well. Folk culture relics’ emphasis is on the material side, while intangible relics on spiritual. Under the global economy integration, multiculturization and the mainstream culture weakens weaker culture, these two culture relics are urgent need of our protection. The protection, inheritance and research of which has important realistic and significant meaning.
Key words】Folk Culture Relics;  Intangible Relics;  Relation
 
●Cultural Relics
Jing Zhongwei,
The Comparision Study of Bronze GE in Wu and Yue States during Eastern Zhou Dynasty   (64)
Abstract】This article thinks that these are some distinctions between bronze ge of vassal state of Wu and bronze ge of vassal state of Yue in the Eastern Zhou periods according to the inscriptions and shapes.
Key words】Eastern Zhou periods;  Wu – Yue culture;  bronze ge
 
Hong Mei,
Animal – and Human – headed Design Patterns found on Tiles in Pre – Qin Period   (70)
Abstract】The animal and human – headed design patterns are the most characteristic during Pre – Qin Period. This paper explains the changing mode of animal – headed design patterns through the origin of animal patterns and their combinations with other tile design patterns. It also argues that the relationship between abstract human and animal – headed patterns and its background from analyzing the different and common points about these two patterns.
Key words】Tiles;  Animal – Shaped Design Pattern;  Human – Shaped Design Pattern;  Pre – Qin Period
 
Liu Yixin,
Study on Celadons in Southern Dynasties’ Tombs, Fujian Province   (77)
Abstract】After comparing the shapes, patterns and glazes of the porcelains found in Fujian and Zhejiang, Human, Guangdong during Eastern and Western, many common points were recognized. But there were obvious differences in the Southern Dynasties porcelains, which were related to the geological environment, economic development, religion and cultural tradition.
Key words】Fujian;  Celadon;  Southern Dynasties
 
●Remarks on Art in “Ten – Bamboo Study”
Li Hairong,
Dong Qichang’ View of Calligraph from “Hua chan Shi Sui Bi”   (86)
Abstract】Dong Qichang is one of the most accomplished calligrapher after Zhao Mengfu. “Hua Chan Shi Sui Bi” is an important work about his calligraphic theory. This paper reveals his art studying and survival views.
Key words】Dong Qichang;  Hua Chan Shi Sui Bi;  Calligraphic Theory
 
Shao Xiaofeng,
The Early Carrier of Art University —— Painting on Chu State Furniture during Warring State Period   (90)
Abstract】The painting on furniture at Chu territory during Warring – State period inherited the characters of premival painted pottery and unveiled the ancient Chinese Painting. It was the earliest universality art carrier, not only did it combine all the prehistoric art forms, but also developed its own nature.
Key words】Art Universality;  Warring State Period;  Chu State Territory;  Furniture Painting
 
 
 
 
 
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