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HomePublicationJournalsNanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Cultural Relics of Southern China 2007-3
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2007-12-18
 
Main Contents
 
●The Advance Way in the Warridden Years
The Eightieth Anniversary Commemoration of the August 1 Nanchang Uprising, the Autumn Harvest Uprising and Jianggangshan Revolutionary Base Area
Fu Yulan,
Explaining the Geopolitics of the August 1 Nanchang Uprising   (002)
 
Liu Mianyu,
The Autumn Harvest Uprising and Set up Jinggangshan Revolutionary Base Area    (006)
 
Zeng Xianwen and Rao Daoliang,
The Everlasting Monument   (011)
 
●Intelligent Course, the Torch of Learning Is Passed On From Teacher to Student
Wang Zhongshu and Jiang bo,
From the First Small Beginnings One Can See How Things Will Develop, And Having Wide Knowledge From China and West Countries.——Interviewing Mr.Wang Zhongshu (Special Contribution)   (016)
 
●Southwest Archaeology
Song Zhimin,
A Relation Between Early Shu Culture (Sichuan Culture) and Bronze Culture of the Upper Reaches of Han Shui River   (047)
 
Lin Qiang,
A Discovery and Research into the Ruins of the Neolithic Age in Hong Shui River Valley, Guangxi Province    (054)
 
Wei Jiang and Yang Qingping,
Initial Research into Tomb in Early Qin Dynasty for Wu Ming River Valley, Guangxi Province   (059)
 
●Multipolar View
Liu Xinyi, Zhu Jian and Yan Yan,
An Application Statistics to Research into Pottery in Shang Dynasty   (067)
【Abstract】The process of statistic analysis method applied to Archaeology is quantitative substitute qualitative analysis. The authors apply the factor analysis in the study of the Li pots in Shang culture. The factor is addressed to describe the changing of the shape and pattern of Li pots which kept pace with changing of Shang culture.
【Key words】Factor analysis;  Quantitative analysis;  Li pot
 
Peng Weibin and Lin Zhen,
From No. “Saint Diege” Boat Sank Archaeology to See the Social Life on the Sea   (073)
【Abstract】The study of social life on board in an important topic and constitute of study of social history and human voyage history. But the shortage of information concerned has limited the study. In recent years, many ships wrecked in ancient times has been found and unearthed scientifically from sea, which has provided rich information about social life on board. On the base of maritime archaeology of San Diego (AD1600), with the analysis of voyage documents and maritime archaeology of many other wrecked ships, the article tries to rebuild the social life on the sea and put forward the deep study of social history and human voyage history.
【Key words】San Diego;  maritime archaeology;  social life on board
 
●Sightseeing in Sea of Learning
Huang Jianqiu,
A Research into Ceramics Formation and Compromise Pottery   (081)
【Abstract】Pottery style means the shape of each part of a pottery, and how these parts are combined. This article, by researches on the pottery styles, induces the style for potteries of each certain time, and provides basis to the identification of compromise pottery, which combines the elements of two different archaeological cultures. The article also discusses the forming and cultural properties of the compromise potteries with two borrowed concepts: motor habit and habitus, and lend references to the studies of the cultural communication between different archaeological cultures.
【Key words】Pottery Style;  Pottery Outline;  Compromise Pottery;  Motor Habit;  Habitus
 
Zhang Dazhi,
A Learning Source of the Mirror with God Beast and Triangle   (086)
【Abstract】The thesis aims at pursuing the academic origins of Triangular-rimmed bronze mirrors with mythical figure and animal designs in ancient history of Japan and the relationship of China & Japan. In the light of the concerned research in Chinese and Japanese academic circles, the author inquires into five subjects as fellow: the definition of Triangular-rimmed bronze mirrors with mythical figure and animal designs, the mirrors and the argument on the Ancient Japanese Yamatai Kingdom, the theory of Wei-mirrors, the research by Wang Zhongshu, the mirrors and the spread of early Buddhist in Japan.
【Key words】Triangular-rimmed bronze mirrors with mythical figure and animal designs;  Wei-Mirrors;  imitative mirrors;  imported mirrors
 
●Overseas View
Author: Irving Rouse (US)
Translator: Pan Yan and Chen Hongbo
Proofreader: Chen Chun,
A Settlement Formation in Archaeology    (094)
 
Author: Gordon R Willey
Translator: Chen Hongbo
Proofreader: Chen Chun,
A Settlement Formation of the Mayan Lowland    (099)
 
 
 
 
 
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