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HomePublicationJournalsNanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Cultural Relics of Southern China 2009-2
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2009-08-04

 

Main Contents

●The Forum of Relics & Museum Public Opinion
School of Archaeology and Museology, Peking University,
The Suggestion about Treating “The Archaeology” as the First – level Subject Additionally in the Subject Classification of the Ministry of Education (Special Contribution)    (1)

●Intelligence Course, the Torch of Learning Is Passed on from Generation to Generation
Yang Hong, Zheng Yan, Liu Jie,
Embark from the Archaeology —— Recording Interview with Mr. Yang Hong (Special Contribution)    (7)

●Reading the Classic Again
Gao Menghe,
Construct the Methodology System of Chinese Archaeology ——  Reading Several questions of the S tratigraphy and the Typology Guided by Zhang Zhongpei (Special Contribution)   (19)

●Archaeology of the Wu & Yue Kingdoms
Emcee: Zhang Min
Zhang Min,
Archaeology of the Wu & Yue Kingdoms: New Thought, New Method, New Task —— The Opening Remarks about the Column of “Archaeology of the Wu & Yue Kingdom” in the Relics From South   (51)

Zhang Min,
The Preliminary Exploration of the Wu Kingdom’s Capital   (55)

Mao Ying,
The South Characteristic of the Wu Kingdom’s Bronze ware   (62)

Fei Lingya,
The Research of Musical Instruments in the Yue Kingdom   (71)

Zhu Jianming,
The Yue Kingdom’s Porcelain Industry in Ancient Times in the Dongshao Valley of the North of Zhejiang – Discuss Concurrently the Capital of the Early Yue Kingdom and the Origin of the Celadon Ware   (80)

●New Evidence for Name and Description of Things
Emcee: Lu Xixing
Lu Xixing,
Trivial Theory of Turban, Hairpin in the Ming Dynasty   (89)

Jiang Lanying,
Look at Dress and Adornment in the Later of Ming Dynasty from Marriage Biography to Awaken the World   (97)

Zhu Naicheng, Wang Jingxia,
The developments of the Chinese Archaeology and the periodicals on archaeology and cultural heritage   (105)
【Abstract】The present paper analyzes the establishment and development of 160 periodicals on archaeology and cultural heritage in the last 90 years. The authors point out that the development of those periodicals experienced the same process as that of Chinese archaeology. It composes four phases including initial and early phase, flourished phase, resurgence phase, and mature phase. The present periodical pattern has been established since 1979. Though some headings of the columns have been varied, the research papers and field reports as the first priority is unchanged. Some magazines offer cultural heritage preservation, scientific archaeology, and public archaeology, which are three new columns in Chinese archaeology in the 21st century.
【Key words】archaeology;   cultural heritage;   museum;   periodical

Chen Gang, Wei Xiong, Mei Jianjun,
Summarizing on the research of the Lost-wax casting technique oversea   (109)
【Abstract】Lost – wax is an important invention in the history of smelting and casting. Two major issues arise in the study of the early lost – wax casting technique: What features do lost – wax castings present technologically? What kind of archaeological evidence can be used for judging the employment of lost – wax casting technique? This article reviews relevant studies on lost – wax casting technique made by scholars abroad, especially on wax models and investment moulds in order to obtain some inspiration. It is hoped that this review will be of some help to promote the research on lost – wax casting technique in China.
【Key words】history of metallurgy;   lost –wax casting technique;   wax models;   investment moulds

●Overseas View
Emcee: Chen Chun, Chen Xingchan
Author: (USA) J. Marcus;  Translator: Chen Chun;  Proofreader: Chen Chun,
The Archaeology Evidence of the Social Evolution   (115)

Author: (USA) George Smith & Susan Bender;  Translator: Zheng Bin;  Proofreader: Fang Hui,
North American Archaeology Academy and “Opening the New Chapter of 21st Century Archaeology Education”   (122)

●Native Culture in China
Wang Mingming,
Difference and Connection – Look at the Comparison Anthropology from the “Life and Death Outlook” in the Three Texts of Han, Tibetan, Yi Nationality   (125)

 


 

 
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