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HomePublicationJournalsNanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Cultural Relics of Southern China2008-3
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2008-10-17
 
Main Contents
 
●The Forum of Relics & Museum Public Opinion
Sun Gang,
To give play to relics special role for promoting socialist culture great development, flourishing and construction the harmonious society —— The speech on the meeting of Jiangxi relics work and the directors of relics general survey office in 2008 (Special Contribution)   (002)
 
Cao Guoqing,
Catching the chance, practicing & creation and striving to perform the great development & flourishing of relics cause in Jiangxi province (Special Contribution)   (007)
 
●Intelligence Course, the Torch of Learning Is Passed on From Generation to Generation
Zhang Changshou, Shi Jinsong,
Talking about Shang & Zhou Archaeology —— recording interview with Mr. Zhang Changshou (Special Contribution)   (014)
 
●Reading the Classics Again
Chen Chun,
A masterpiece to bring an reform for prehistoric age archaeology —— supplement reading Mr. Chai Erde’s classical representative (Special Contribution)   (021)
 
●Prehistoric Culture
Zhang Chi, Lin Chun,
Research into stone – wares from Honghuatao Ruins in the New Stone Age   (068)
 
Zhuang Lina,
Initial exploration the stone material utilization characteristic & its resources in Xuejiagang Culture —— also discussion the stone – wares’ production place   (078)
 
Wang Qiang,
Try to comment on inlaid jadeware technology in prehistoric age   (085)
 
Zhao Ye,
Exploration made a handle technology of stoneware in Liangzhu Culture   (092)
 
●The Figure
Chou Shihua, Wang Changsui,
Academician Liu Dongsheng and Science & Technology Archaeology   (099)
 
●Sightseeing in a Sea of Learning
Jiao Tianlong,
The culture concept evolution of the archaeology in west   (101)
【Abstract】From the absence to the dominance and then being abandoned, the concept of culture in Western archaeology has undergone a tremendous transformation process over the past century. “Culture” is no longer a critical in contemporary Western archaeology. Style, identity and ethnicity have become the focal concepts for archaeologists to study the regional variations in material cultures and their representation of social boundary. In comparison, despite the fact that there has been a discussion of identifying cultural elements in archaeological cultures, Chinese archaeologists do not have any debates on the concept of culture, nor do they pay any attentions on the discussions of style in Western archaeology. The transformation process of culture concept in Western archaeology should be treated seriously by Chinese archaeologists.
【Key words】culture;  style;  Western Archaeology
 
Zhou Weirong,
The theory & practice of technical history —— technology development & social demand   (108)
【Abstract】Based on his experience of long practice of researches on historical metallurgy of China, the author demonstrates the relationship of the technical development and the social need, indicating that “no need, no invention”, “no need, no development” and “any invention takes place only after the necessary technical accumulative processes have been accomplished”, and that the essence of technology is culture, the researches of the historical problems of technology should include the cultural background.
【Key words】the history of technology;  technical invention;  zinc – smelting;  stack;  casting;  sand - casting
 
●Overseas View
Author: (Canada) Brian Hayden;  Translator: Chen Hong, Pan Yan;  Proofreader: Chen Chun
From chopping or hack tool to stone axe —— the technology evolution of made the sharp tool   (116)
 
Author: (Japan) Ling Mudun;  Translator: Liu Zheng;  Proofreader: (Japan) Ling Mudun
Talking about some questions for symbolism of inscriptions on bones or tortoise shells of the Shang Dynasty in ancient Chinese words   (124)
 
Author: (Japan) Xiao Chi Yuzi;  Translator: Li Huidong;  Proofreader: Wang Qing
Liwen Clam’s role for inference the season of collection shells in keeping records by trying knots age   (130)
 
 
 
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