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HomePublicationJournalsNanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Cultural Relics of Southern China 2007-5
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2008-06-10
Main Contents
●Intelligence Course, the Torch of Learning Is Passed on From Generation to Generation
Lu Zune, Xue Sheng,
Practice & Exploration —— Visit On Mr. Lu Zune (Special Contribution)   (002)
●The Forum of Relics & Museum Public Opinion
Li Boqian,
Research On About Archaeological Cultural Exchange Relation (Special Contribution)   (014)
●Reading the Classics Again
Lu Xixing,
The Fresco Tomb Song Dynasty & the Tomb of Baisha in Song Dynasty —— The Fiftieth Anniversary of Published The Tomb of Basha in Song Dynasty (Special Contribution)    (022)
●Salt Archaeology
Li Shuicheng,
Salt Archaeology: A New Promising Research Realm   (028)
Author: Laurent Oliver, Joseph Kovacik;   Translator: Zhang Ying, Peng Peng; 
Proofreader: Lin Yongchang;  Last proofreader & annotation: Li Shuicheng,
The “Briquetage de la Seille” (Lorraine, France): proto – industrial salt production in the European Iron Age   (034)
Cheng Bozhen,
The Reviewing & Looking Forward to the Future For the Salt Archaeology of China   (040)
Cheng Longgang,
Comment on the Important Effect of San Xia Salt Resources For Ba Culture (Sichuan Region in Ancient China)   (048)
●The Art For Earth & Fire
Wang Guangyao,
The Several Questions For Porcelain Archaeology   (053)
Jiang Jianxin, Jiang Jianmin,
Fuliang Porcelain Bureau & Its Kiln and Explored Its Products   (057)
Abstract】According to the relevant actual objects and literary records, the Fouliang Ceramics Bureau’s settings are likely relevant to the Yuan dynasty court’s need of “pure” qualitied sacrificial utensils. The “jade” word’s inscription utensils baked in Liujiawu of Hutian kiln are probably the first products which are baked by “Yuchen Yuan”, found in 8th year of Zhi Yuan (1271), along with the Fouliang Ceramic Bureau’s early found in 15th year of Zhi Yuan (1278). The manager of supervisors of Yuan dynasty Bureau of Ceramics in taiding (1324 - 1328) have changed from the central government’s special officials to the Raozhou road supervisors; the “imperial kilns” at that time probably opt for the better conditioned district in Jingdezhen and more solid basal folk kilns for fixed kilns, and the official craftsmen may stay there for the bake of the royal porcelain. By analyzing the archaeological data, the kilns of Ceramics Bureau is in the vicinal area of Hutian kiln and Zhushan Ming Imperial Factory. The products baked by the Bureau f Ceramics, in addition to the particular vein – ornamented products and the products with the obvious characteristics  of Yuan Imperial kilns’ unearthed in Zhushan Ming Imperial Factory’s foregone address and Hutian kiln generally accepted by academia, include the famous “the 10th year of Zhizheng” inscription elephant ear vase with underglaze – blue decoration and similar products, which should be the products for civilians baked by the Ceramics Bureau’s craftsmen, the imperial kilns’ products baked by Bureau of Ceramics.
Key Words】Yuan Dynasty Fouliang magnet Department;  Management;  Kiln site;  Product
Li Ronghua,
江西地区的六朝瓷器——以洪州窑为中心   (062)
Abstract】Jiangxi ceramic culture has a very long history. Hundred thousand years ago, inhabitants at Xianrendong Site of Wannian County have already fired the earliest red pottery with rope design in the world and the proto – pottery was also successfully produced in Wucheng Site and Jiaoshan Site during the Shang and Zhou Periods. Afterwards, the celadon production has never been interrupted. The article elaborate the basic characteristics and evolvement law of celadon in each stage of Six Dynasties in Jiangxi Province taken the rise, flourish and development of Hongzhou Kiln as clue and combine and combine with the social history background and comb datum of that time.
Key Words】Jiangxi Province;  Six Dynasties;  celadon;  Hongzhou Kiln
Li Minxing,
《阳羡茗壶系》之考证   (068)
Abstract】” 阳羡茗壶系” is an important documentation on the research of Yixing Zisha. With all the different editions out there, the one that dates back the earliest “檀几丛书” is the most valued by researchers. This article will be discussing on the contents and the wordings from “茗壶系” and combine it with the unearthed relics and treasures passed down thru generations, and bring out some new views on this subjects.
Key Words】《阳羡茗壶系》;  紫砂 (ZiSha)
●The New Evidence of Famous Articles
Shang Gang,
The Special Craft Mirror In Tang Dynasty   (076)
Lu Xixin,
The Research On Paper Money Since Yuan & Ming Dynasties   (081)
●Multiple View
Wei Jun,
Archaeology culture of East Guangdong Region and Work in Coordination With the Environment   (096)
Abstract】The archaeological cultures at eastern Guangdong region have distinctive regional features, and the trait and subsistence of those cultures is varied in different periods. Based on the analysis of regional climatic oscillation and sea – level fluctuation before Han dynasty, this article discusses the settlement pattern of each archaeological culture and the processes of human – environment interaction of this geographic region.
Key Words】Eastern Guangdong;  Archaeological culture;  Environmental change;  Interaction
Yang Yimin,
Try on Analysis Remains of Unearthed Bronze Drinking Vessel   (108)
Abstract】In this article, accelerated solvent extraction method was used to do residue extraction for the soil samples of unearthed bronze vessels, and HPLC analysis was used to do qualitative analysis, which has detected tartaric acid. This fact may suggest that they might contain fermented beverage when burying. The solvent was 1% (vol) phosphoric acid, which is more safe and environment – friendly than traditional organic solvents. This method could be extended to the pottery soil residue analysis.
Key Words】Fermented beverage;  Soil residue;  Tartaric acid;  Accelerated solvent extraction;  HPLC
●Sightseeing In a Sea of Learning
He Kunyu,
Explanation Archaeological & Unearthing Method’s Evolution For the Old Stone Age in China   (112)
Abstract】It has been about one hundred years since Paleolithic – archaeology introduced to China. We think the history could be divided into four parts through summarizing the characteristic of excavation way in each part which also has its feature.
Key Words】The archaeology of the Paleolithic period;  unearthed method;  evolution
Zi Shi,
Some Idea of Ruins Data Processing —— Comment On Porcelain Statistics Form   (118)
Abstract】This article, the author put forward some conception on the base of knowledge of porcelain statistics meaning and combined himself processing practice: the porcelain wares statistics’ key is the form of the wares, and its range and by stages owns an important position. But the quality, ware number and decorative pattern etc., their different characteristics and their relation with the forms on porcelain statistics are our faced questions in data processing and relative research. And as ruins, those characteristics themselves attached the ware forms, so that the statistics is as those characteristics analysis but it is also a synthesis, it helps readers and researchers to use in more comprehensive these porcelain statistics data. This article tried to put forward a porcelain statistics forms plan that either can be analysed or be synthesized, in addition, for different period’s ruins porcelain wares data, because of themselves different characteristic, dependent on permitting conditions, the author also put forward & designed some idea that reflected porcelain wares group itself characteristics statistics forms.
Key Words】Porcelain Statistics;  Ware Form;  Quality;  Ware Number;  Decorative Pattern;  Relation
Xiong Cuiyan,
中国宋元外销瓷研究的回顾与反思   (124)
Abstract】The study of Export Porcelain during Song and Yuan Dynasties began in 1930s. After more than half a century of development, this field grows more and more mature and systematic. This paper divides the research history into two periods, meanwhile gives own opinion on achievements and deficiency of Export Porcelain research. Meanwhile, a reflection is also made on the study of export porcelain.
Key Words】Export Porcelain;  Song and Yuan Dynasties;  Research History;  Retrospect;  Reflection
●Overseas View
Author: M. N. Cohen;  Translator: Chen Hongbo;  Proofreader: Chen Chun,
An Ecology Base of New Continent Countries Forming: General & Part Model Set Up   (133)
Author: Li Jionge, Gairui Klaufud, Liu Li, Chen Xingcan;  Translator: Ge Ren,
The Plants & Human From the Early the Neolithic Age to the Shang Dynasty For North China Region   (141)
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