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HomePublicationJournalsNanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Cultural Relics of Southern China 2009-1
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2009-04-15

 

Main Contents


●The Forum of Relics & Museum Public Opinion
Sun Gang,
My Opinion about the Value of Cultural Heritage (Special Contribution)   (002)

Shan Jixiang,
Discussing the Development Trend of Cultural Heritage Enterprise in New Period (Special Contribution)   (007)

Gao Guoqing,
Cultural Heritage Protection and the Project of the People’s Livelihood (Special Contribution)   (020)

●Intelligence Course, the Torch of Learning Is Passed on from Generation to Generation
Lin Yun, Feng Enxue, Wang Lixin,
Broad Knowledge, Deep Research – Recording Interview with Mr. Lin Yun (Special Contribution)   (024)

●Reading the Classics Again
Yang Jing,
The Model Works of Typology Research in Chinese Archaeology – Reading The Research of Wa Li (Special Contribution)   (033)

Chen Chun,
The Archaeology History First Is the Ideological Concept History – Bruce Trigger Thoughts on Reading the Second Edition of Archaeology Thinking History (Special Contribution)   (037)

●Academic Research
Xia Ji, Zhu Jian, Wang Changsui,
Particles Size Distribution of Proto – porcelain Body and Its Provenance Research   (047)
【Abstract】This paper introduced the particles size distribution method and applied this method to research the provenance of proto – porcelain. It could be concluded that proto – porcelains were fired in different sites respectively and made use of different material. Furthermore, it deduced that proto – porcelains at Shang dynasty had many producing areas.
【Key words】Particles size distribution;   Proto – porcelain;   Provenance analysis

●Salt Archaeology
Li Shuicheng,
The Salt Archaeology of China in 2008   (054)

Feng Shi,
The Ancient Writing in Shang & Zhou Salt Administration   (057)

Bai Jiujiang, Zou Houxi,
The Hull Shape Cup in San Xia Area and Its Salt – making Functional Analysis   (072)

●The Art for Earth & Fire
Liu Zhaohui, Zheng Peikai, Li Guo,
Research to Piles Model Pottery Unearthed in Hongkong   (078)

Lin Zunyuan,
Seeking the Origin of Blue and White Porcelain Picture Art   (087)

●Character Image
Liu Bin, Zhang Ting,
Wei Juxian and Chinese Archaeology   (099)

●Multiple View
Zhang Shangxin, Zhu Jian, Wang Changsui, Qi Yang, Zhou Weiqiang, Li Bo,
Micro – Raman Identification of the Wall – painting Pigments in A – Er – Zhai   (109)
【Abstract】The wall – painting pigments in A – Er – Zhai of Inner – Mongolia were analyzed by Raman Microscopy. The result showed that the blue, green, white, red, and black were azurite, atacamite, calcite, cinnabar and carbon black respectively. This will be useful for the research and conservation of the wall – painting. The study indicates the Raman Microscopy is very effective and convenient in analysis of ancient inorganic pigments.
【Key words】wall – painting pigments;   Raman Microscopy analysis

Huang Zhan,
Study on the status of preservation and the lacquerware unearthed in China   (114)
【Abstract】We introduced and summarized the characteristics of lacquer ware cultural relics and their important role in Chinese historical studies. It is very important to protect the lacquer ware cultural relics through further introducing the research present situation of the conservation. Lacquer ware cultural relics are generally consisted of the varnish film and the flan integrity. Although the previous studies try to protect them, no ideal method has been fund until now because of the particularity and complexity in the composition and structure. According to compound materials’ principle, it may be the basic way to use the new material technology and the method to make the varnish film and the flan integrity match each other.
【Key words】lacquer ware;   unearthed lacquer ware cultural relics;   protection of cultural relics

Yu Shi,
Some experience in sorting out the site data II——Rethinking and reconstruction on the Context of archaeological features   (119)
【Abstract】In relics excavating and clearing, the mutual relation between / among relic units shows complicated to some extent, while is continuously discovered and recognized in field work. The article gives a detailed sorting and explanation of the cuts between / among the relic units happened in the archaeological excavation, while proposes a basic idea about the rebuilding of relic – units inter – space by using computer GIS technique, illustrates the actual applicable meaning of using picture to show layer concept --- objectively describes the relation of time chains between / among relics – units; meanwhile points, the key of using GIS technique is how an archaeologist gets fully to know and analyze materials from field, but not mechanically and simply copy the GIS technique.
【key words】Direct Cut;   Indirect Cut

●Overseas View
Author: (England) Kathernel Wright,
Translator: Pan Yan,
Proofreader: Chen Chun,
Southwest Asia Grinding Stone Tool and the Survival of Hunting Collectors: The Meaning of Agricultural Transition   (126)

Author: (USA) Robert W Bagley,
Translator: Xi Guosheng,
Proofreader: Peng Jinsong,
The Origin and Development of Bronze Casting Industry in the Period of Shang   (135)

 

 

 
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