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HomePublicationJournalsDongnanwenhua (Culture of Southeast China)
Culture of Southeast China 2009-5
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2010-02-20
 
 
Contents
 
●Qingxi Perspective
SHI Jin – song,
How Can Archaeological Publications Be Academic?   (6)
【Abstract】In the demands of academic research and subject development, academic publications come into being and get their own academic functions improved based on the academic research. The archaeological publications, which publish achievements, lead direction, promote spirit, cultivate brains and spread knowledge, have turned into academic publications. To give full play to these functions can enhance the academic of the publication.
【Key words】archaeological publication;  academic;   academic function
 
●Dongnan Forum
BU Gong,
Awakening and Theory Revolution of Chinese Archaeology: Some Thoughts on Archaeology to Mature   (10)
【Abstract】The important indicators for Chinese archaeology to mature can be concluded as “three changes”: The first one exists in the process of simple geological stratigraphy changing into the archaeological stratigraphy in the basic theory; The second in the examples of simple descriptions into depth study in the research field; The third in the facts of the subject function changing from “history supplement” to “history compilation”.
【Key words】simple geological stratigraphy;   archaeological stratigraphy;   simple description;   depth study
 
●Theory on Cultural Heritage Conservation
WANG Yong,
Intangible Culture and Local Cultural Construction: A Case Study of Nanjing: the Capital of the Six Dynasties   (17)
【Abstract】As the symbol of Nanjing city culture, the Six Dynasties culture is actually a kind of Intangible Cultural Heritage. The local government should grasp the features of such heritage, play cultural imagination and combine the heritage with city cultural construction organically. Meanwhile, through the media, educational department and other departments, government can integrate its spirit existed in literature, art and historical documents into the soft power construction of local culture, thus make the Six Dynasties culture a renewable and practical power source.
【Key words】Six Dynasties culture;  Intangible Cultural Heritage;  cultural imagination;  local cultural construction
 
XIA Xiao – ming, MA Yan,
Thoughts on Cultural Conservation in Block Conservation of Suzhou Pingjiang District   (22)
【Abstract】The historical blocks are witness of urban culture. These blocks are featured in not only abundant historical relics, distinctive spatial pattern and unique architecture style, but profound cultural connotation and humanistic spirit. Ignoring the protection of the original culture will definitely result in the loss of the “soul of the blocks”, on the other hand, the historical blocks with abundant historical messages will change into artificial scenery spots. In the process of blocks conservation, cultural conservation planning is the premise while the cultural inheritance is the essence and the cultural element extraction is the innovation.
【Key words】Suzhou Pingjiang District;   The Historical Blocks;  cultural conservation
 
●Archaeological Exploration
Nanjing Museum, Yixing Cultural Heritage Administration Committee,
An Excavation Report of Luotuodun Site in Yixing, Jiangsu   (26)
【Abstract】Luotuodun site is located at the transition zone from mountains to plains in the western Taihu Lake. Its early remains take flat – bottomed pottery Fu as the main feature. It represents a new culture type of Majiabang Culture period in the western Taihu Lake. In the excavations, there are large – scale settlement sites of Majiabang Culture period, tombs and ash ditches of Songze Culture period and Liangzhu Culture period, and ash pits of Guangfulin Culture period. There are totally 400 pottery wares, stone wares, bone wares and jade wares unearthed, as well as 2000 animal skeletons. The excavators propose that Luotuodun Culture may be called for the archaeological remains represented by Luotuodun early remains and with the main feature of flat – bottomed pottery Fu.
【Key words】Yixing;   Luotuodun site;   flat – bottomed pottery Fu
 
Nanjing Museum, Changzhou Museum, Liyang City Bureau of Culture,
A Brief Excavation Report of Liyang Shendun Site   (45)
【Abstract】Located to the west of Taihu Lake, Liyang Shendun site has been excavated for 3 times and discovered relatively complete public cemetery of Majiabang Culture, cleaned 252 tombs, 16 pieces of jars of baby coffins, 10 house sites, 90 ash pits and 10 ash ditches of Majiabang Culture; 9 tombs of Liangzhu Culture, 12 ash pits and 1 ash ditch of Shang & Zhou Dynasties. These materials will be of great significances to rediscover the stages, areas, boundaries, types and the change process of Majiabang Culture.
【Key words】Liyang;   Shendun site;   Majiabang Culture;  cemetery;   the west of Taihu Lake
 
Nanjing Museum, Yixing Cultural Heritage Administration Committee,
A Brief Excavation Report of Xixi Site at Yixing, Jiangsu   (59)
【Abstract】Located to the west of Taihu Lake, Yixing Xixi site was excavated for 3 times and discovered 109 ash pits, 3 ash ditches, 4 infant tombs, 1 sacrificial relic, 16 house sites and group of building column holes of large – scaled and multi – levels of Majiabang Culture. The excavation clarifies the pattern and nature of the large – scaled accumulation of clam and snail, and provides very important materials for the study of stages, areas, types and features of Majiabang Culture.
【Key words】Yixing;  Xixi site;   Majiabang Culture;   the west of Taihu Lake
 
LIN Liu – gen,
On Luotuodun Culture    (63)
【Abstract】The excavation of Luotuodun site confirms the existence of Luotuodun cultural heritage which represents a new type of the Neolithic archaeological culture on the intermediate zone between mountainous region and plain area in the lower reaches of Yangtzi River. Based on the cultural characteristic and existence time span, geographical location, spatial distribution of Luotuodun cultural heritage, Luotuodun cultural heritage, featured with flat – bottomed Fu, can be named as Luotuodun Culture. During its existence, Luotuodun Culture ever communicated closely with Hemudu Culture, Majiabang Culture, Beiyinyangying Culture in the lower reaches and Daxi Culture in the middle reaches. The discovery of Luotuodun Culture fills the blank of the prehistoric archaeological culture of Taihu Rim and is of great significance to the depth study of the Neolithic archaeological culture and the process of ancient civilization in the lower Yangtzi valley.
【Key words】Luotuodun Culture;   Majiabang Culture;   the west of Taihu Lake;   Neolithic archaeological culture in the lower reaches of Yangtzi River
 
ZHANG Tong – xin, WANG Bin,
On Qitoushan Culture   (72)
【Abstract】Qitoushan site, which has attracted wild attention since its excavation, is of great significance to the exploration of the cultural inheritance of the early settlement archaeology in the Taihu Lake area and helpful to complete the development vein of prehistoric culture. With the shapes and connotations of excavated potteries and jade wares, the site displays evident multi – cultural facts, and great different with typical Majiabang Culture, thus it can be regarded as a brand – new archaeological culture: Qitoushan Culture.
【Key words】Qitoushan Culture;   flat – based tubular Fu (cauldron);  Qitoushan Culture
 
WANG Hua – jie, ZUO Jun,
Carved Symbols on Liangzhu Jade Bi from Kunshan Shaoqingshan Site   (77)
【Abstract】In 2009, Kunshan Institute of Cultural Heritage Administration found 2 pieces of carved symbols on two pieces of broken jade Bi (disc) from an ash pit (M9) excavated in 1997 at Shaoqingshan site, the rod – shaped carved bird symbol was the first discovery while the carved symbol on Liangzhu jades is seldom excavated. The symbols, with clear stratigraphic information and abundant cultural ruins and fineries, not only benefit the research of the feature of the ash pit but also support the proof of combined forms for the usage of bird – shaped wares of Liangzhu Culture.
【Key words】Shaoqingshan site;   jade Bi (disc);  carved symbol
 
●Regional Civilization
ZHAO Si – ya, DING Sheng - jie,
Exploration of the Value of Chinese Traditional Interior Space   (83)
【Abstract】Multi – dimensional analysis not only provides a basic framework to evaluate interior design works, but also establishes a standard for the practice. This paper, by analyzing the information of the composition of the space value, explained the adaptability and the inclusiveness of the space value and described the value which abstracted from philosophy and culture.
【Key words】space value;   society;  philosophy;   culture
 
LIU Yu – zhi,
On Architectural Features of Cui’s Family Courtyard at Hubu Hill of Xuzhou   (89)
【Abstract】Cui’s family courtyard, located at Hubu Hill is one of the largest – scaled ancient residential groups in Xuzhou. With a lot of superiorities and characteristics in its location, function, layout, feature and style, the courtyard epitomizes the residential groups and reflects their local characteristics.
【Key words】Xuzhou Cui’s family courtyard;   architectural feature
 
●New Opinions on Museology
WANG Long, YANG Xiu – kan, WANG Min,
On Cultural Relic Attribute of Natural Specimen: A Case Study of Collection of Natural History Museum of Chengdu University of Technology    (94)
【Abstract】In process of collection, research and display, some specimens in natural science museum continuously get accumulation and attachment of important humanistic information and become natural specimens with cultural relic attribute. However, the lack of scientific management causes that their important recessive humanistic information can’t be well managed and communicated and their value for scientific research can’t be highlighted. So we should strengthen the scientific conservation and management of such specimens through efforts of natural history museum and administration of cultural relics.
【Key words】museum of natural history;   specimen;   cultural relic attribute
 
BAI Li – fan,
On the Influence of Differences between Chinese and Western History and Culture on Museum   (97)
【Abstract】Museum came into being in China as an exotic in the late Qing Dynasty when the nation was invaded and people struggled to make it stronger through learning from the West. However, the unification of culture couldn’t be splitted. Chinese traditional culture was lack of those special factors about history, culture and tradition which made sure that museum could get a good development in the West, such as consciousness and system of democracy; value orientation of getting status by donating fortune; collections with attributes of cosmopolitan, reality, tangibility and visual wallop; education of history, religion and science fulfilled through practice, and so on. Thus Chinese museums couldn’t be so positive as their counterparts involving public life.
【Key words】museum;   historical and traditional culture;  museum collection;  education;  difference between China and the West
 
●Special Subject
HE Wei – jun,
Traditional Technique of Colored Paintings on Unplastered Wooden Surface of Ancient Architectures in Jiangsu   (101)
【Abstract】This paper studies the traditional technique of colored paintings on unplastered wooden surface of ancient architectures in Jiangsu by the literature review, field investigation, experimental analysis and comprehensive research.
【Key words】ancient architecture;   unplastered wooden surface;  technique of colored paintings
 
WANG Chang – ming, JIN Zheng - yao,
Native Copper in Prehistoric Civilization    (108)
【Abstract】Native copper, one of the metals originally used by mankind, is an important material related to early civilization. In this paper, the attribute, geography, occurrence, distribution and property of native copper were introduced; the knowledge, usage, mining, processing and social function of native copper as well as its relation with metal civilization in prehistoric period were discussed.
【Key words】early period;   native copper;   pure copper;   artifact;   civilization
 
●Remarks on Art in “Ten – bamboo Study”
LU Shan – shan,
Infinite Mood in Finite Painting: Outlining the Aesthetic Mood and Artistic Expression in Fu Baoshi’s Paintings   (114)
【Abstract】Fu Baoshi’s works, either landscape painting or figure painting, always give every appreciator big shock and strong impression on its unique aesthetic mood and artistic expression. Two scrolls of his masterpieces, one landscape painting of Ping Sha Luo Yan and one figure painting of Bo Ruan Tu, fully display the aesthetic sentiment of integrating the poetic atmosphere with the landscape, the skillful use of dots & ink technique, the expression style of the scene of rain and the original combination of Japanese visual elements and Chinese ink painting tradition.
【Key words】Fu Bao – Shi;  Ping Sha Luo Yan (landscape painting);  Bo Ruan Tu (maid – figure painting);  aesthetic mood;  painting technique;  scene of rain
 
YU You – shan,
Confusion of Line   (119)
【Abstract】The lines in the Chinese paintings were just used to draw the sketches of figures or outlines at the very beginning. With the development of painting, they were gradually given more and more functions and contents. Not only were they required to display the object clearly, but also to show its implication and spirit in order to declare the emotion of human being. Thus they were mechanically classified into categories to match the implications. On the one hand, they are free to write and draw in Chinese calligraphy, on the other, in Chinese painting, they sometimes win big honor with the help of color and composition, and sometimes get a lot of explanations from the so – called celebrities. Finally, they get confused.
【Key words】line;   function;   implication;   confusion
 
●New Book Shelf
FANG Xiang – ming,
One More Masterpiece on Neolithic Archaeology in the Northwest of Taihu Lake: Reading Postscript of Gaochengdun   (121)
 
 
 
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