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HomePublicationJournalsDongnanwenhua (Culture of Southeast China)
Culrure of Southeast China 2008-5
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2008-10-28
 
Main Contents
 
●Archaeology
FU Yonggan,
Developed Society and Growing Holdback——The Reason for the Swift decline of Liangzhu Culture    (6)
【Abstract】: The Reason for the declining of Liangzhu Culture has always been a hot issus as well as an important subject for the study of the origin of Chinese Civilization. This paper took sociological and historical perspectives, analyzed early and middle Liangzhu culture, concluded whose fall should be a embodiment of “Growing Holdback”——the developed theocratic system.
【Key Words】: Liangzhu Culture, Decline, Theocratic System, Growing Holdback
 
Zhenjiang Museum, Danyang Cultural Bureau,
Second Excavation on the Sanchenxing Site, Danying City   (10)
【Abstract】: The 2002 excavation made at Sanchengxiang Site unveiled deposit of Shang-Zhou Dynasty and Mesolithic Period, mainly potteries, jades and stone objects, which provided important resources for the research of ancient culture with Nanjing-Zhenjiang Area.
【Key Words】: Zhenjiang Danyang, Sanchengxiang Site, Neolith, Shang-Zhou Dynasty, Explore report
 
WANG Zhigao, WANG Jun,
Analysis on Times and Identity of Zhu Ran Family Tombs, Ma’anshan City   (20)
【Abstract】: The tomb excavated in1996 is one of Zhu Ran family tombs and just as important as Zhu Ran tomb. After analyzed these two tombs structures, tomb bricks, funeral objects, and the locations within graveyard, the paper considered the 1996 tomb belonged to Zhu Ran’s foster father——Zhu Zhi, who was buried prior to Zhu Ran. The paper further concluded that other high rank tombs within Wu Period inCaishi area, Ma’anshan City, which surly includes Zhu Ran family tombs, in some way related to Sun Che, Sun Xiu Mausoleums buried at Niuzhu, and was an important part of the whole mausoleum section.
【Key Words】: Ma’anshan, Zhu Ran Tomb, Zhu Ran Family Tombs, Wu Period
 
Yizheng Museum,
Excavation Report of Shangchen Tombs of Tang Dynasty, Yizheng City    (29)
【Abstract】: The brick-chambered tomb found at Sangcheng Site, Yizheng City in 2007 belongs to Tang Dynasty, which made it very special since few of this period’s tombs were and the waist-shaped chamber were the first of its kind found in that city. Three well-preserved bronze mirrors found in it were even rare. The excavation of it provides research material for the study of customs in Yangzhou.
【Key Words】: Yizheng, Tang Dynasty, Brick-chambered Tomb
 
XIA Han,
On Stone Sculptures Standing along the Divine Path of the Merit Officals Tombs in Nanjing   (33)
【Abstract】: The system of the stone sculptures in front of the tombs of the early dukes and marquises in early Ming Dynasty followed the system of Southern Song. The obvious character of these stone sculptures is that they had obvious differences according to the different ranks. Besides the kinds and number of stone sculptures recorded in documents, the size, design, even the costume and place show the grade difference.
【Key Words】: Nanjing Ming Dynasty, Tomb of Dukes and Marquises, Sacred Way Stone Sculptures
 
●History
FU Yulan,
On the Thriving Reason of Coshery Culture during Southern Tang Dynasty      (38)
【Abstract】: The primary goal of this paper is to describes the Nan Tang’s background: Under the rich economy, there are a lots of banquets in Nantang Dynasty, especially in palace; Nan Tang inherits culture about music and dance from Tang Dynasty, and accepts many geishas from the Tang Dynasty palace, who have brought the superb skills of dance and music into Nantang; Taking to making merry in time is the psychology of Nan Tang’s Aristocracies. These factors make Nantang’s culture about banquet develop and thrive.
 
●Ancient Writing
CHEN Jie,
Different Interpretation on Zhongzhihua Plate Inscriptions   (43)
【Abstract】: Zhongzihua Plate was thought to be Chu State’s object, Eastern Zhou Dynasty. However, the paper gave us another interpretation by claiming it belonged to the Late Western Zhou to Early Eastern Zhou Period. Inscriptions like “bao chu” should be “bao xu”, similar to “chu(xu) bao” on other ware, meaning “assisting”, “yong bao chu wang” means “assisting Zhou Emperor”. In late Western Zhou Dynasty, Zhong family lived around Qizhou, who was a middle class aristocrat family surnamed “Ji”, probably affiliated to “zhou gong zhi yin. The owner of this plate should be a captain.
【Key Words】: Zhou Dynasty, Inscription on Bronze, Zhongzihua Plate, Ethnic, Nationality
 
MIAO Lijuan,
Emendation on Four Editions of “Collections of Inscriptions on Bronze”     (47)
【Abstract】: The fourth edition of a collection of inscriptions on ancient bronze objects supplemented by Zhang Zhenlin and Ma Guoquan, had some problems about characters counterdraw and annotation etc. Recently, some scholars had published monographs or articles for that. When I used this book, I also found some mistakes which had not been found yet. The recession in the article will may be helpful for revising it.
【Key Words】: inscriptions on ancient bronze objects, emendate
 
●Museum
ZHANG Xiaopeng,
Conformity of Museum Resources and Network Platform   (51)
【Abstract】: Network technology has deeply influenced museum operation. Museum should actively seek information technology to spread museum culture. This paper gives out one understanding of the museum resources and network platform conformity.
【Key Words】: Museum, Multimedia Platform, Network Media
 
WANG Liyan, WANG Xuben, JIN Ping, JIANG Wei,
Research and Utilization of Three Dimensional Exhibitions for Bamboo Relics    (54)
【Abstract】: Making the Jiandu relics from Changsha Jiandu museum as a model, presented a new method on exhibition of Jiandu combined with virtual reality technology. And combined both the characteristic of Jiandu relics and the working flow of Changsha Jiandu museum, explained the theory and process of 3D Jiandu relics virtual exhibition model, and further introduced the main logic process, system architecture and data-exchanging mode of 3D Jiandu relics virtual exhibition platform.
【Key Words】: VRML, Virtual Relics Exhibition, Relics Virtual Exhibition Platform
 
ZHAO Changqing,
Tone Settings of Historical Relics Exhibition       (58)
【Abstract】: Tone setting in the historical exhibition in a museum is very sensitive, since it puts audience in direct contact with relics, help them to comprehend better the connotations of the exhibitions. This paper is about the author’s view of tone setting in historical relics’ exhibition.
【Key Words】: Exhibition Design, Tone Setting
 
●Study on Art
NI Jin,
Art from Late Qing Dynasty to Republic of China in the West   (60)
【Abstract】: In the latter Qing dynasty and Republic of China, the Chinese art is in the unprecedented historical reforming stage. That is the art swayed by the west wind, is mixed China and the West, together new and old. The realism in Western art is introduced as a sharp weapon to innovate old art. In the mid-20th century, as a result of the social reason, the Chinese art transited from the realism to the realism. The artists that time pay attention to society, country. They combined closely the innovation of art with the social revolution and the national destiny. All these were because of “difficulties both at home and abroad”, also“inside and outside”.
【Key Words】: Latter Qing dynasty, Republic of China, Art, the western learning introduced to the east
 
●Cultural Relics
ZHOU Baoping,
Study on Two Han Stone Relieves Carved with Auspicious Sign, Haining City, Zhejiang Province   (68)
【Abstract】: Two Han stone relieves with auspicious signs carved were rich in content, but without title on them, how to give them certain becomes very difficult. This paper is about the redefinition of “auspicious signs” based on prior research and relative textures.
【Key Words】: Haining, Han Stone Relieves, Auspicious Pictures
 
SHEN Xinyu,
Mythology return Corn Storehouses —— On the Name, Purpose and disappearance Reasons of Yue Kiln Storehouses from Wu Period to Jin Dynasty   (74)
【Abstract】: Storehouse, which was a popular funeral object around Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces during Wu State period, its name, purposes, and the disappearance reasons were still much argued about. The author used mythology, culture anthropology and texture corrections, took the view of religion origin, regional culture, analyzed the culture uses, disappearance reason and Buddhism relations of storehouse.
【Key Words】: Wu Period and Jing Dynasty, Yue Kiln, Storehouse
 
●Remarks on Art in “Ten-bamboo Study”
XU Jiangqing, YU Chenglong,
Rare Jade Object and Music——Rare Jade “Kun Qu An Xi”   (81)
【Abstract】: The Qing Dynasty jade“Kun Qu An Xi” stored at Nanjing Museum contents 34 Kunqu mosaics, its rare material, exquisite craftsmanship, provides first-hand material for “Kun Qu An Xi” research.
【Key Words】: Kun Qu An Xi, Jade Article
 
SHENG Shilan, HUANG Yijun,
Exquisite Live Portraiture —— On the Image Rubbing of Broccoli Wares by Mr. Huang Huaijue    (87)
【Abstract】: Huang Huaijue, the famous Jiangsu-born inscription artist, made dozens of broccoli articles’ rubbings for the famous Shanghai collector Xu Junqing during1940s. Mr. Huang selected 33 of which to put it in the book named“The Album of Brocooli Wares during Ming and Qing Dynasty”. This album represents the purpose, art and material values of Mr. Huang’s rubbing, reveals the irreplaceable charm of image rubbing.
【Key Words】: Huang Huaijue, The Album of Brocooli Wares during Ming and Qing Dynasty, Image Rubbing
 
●Cultural Relics’ Protection
LIU Jianhua, ZHANG Rui,
Status Quo and Countermeasure of Historical Relics’ Data Pool in China   (92)
【Abstract】: This paper demonstrates the necessity for the management of sharing scientific data about historical and cultural heritage, and systematically analyzed of which the existing problems and brakes. About how to manage the sharing of scientific data about historical and cultural heritage, he paper makes suggestions such as changing out mind, improving the framework of laws and rules, establishing standard systems and developing service systems.
【Key Words】: historical and cultural heritage, scientific data, data sharing
 
 
 
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