中文版  
 
Home
News
International exchange
Research
Database
Publication
Museum
Forum
About IA CASS
 
Journals
Kaogu (Archaeology)
Kaoguxuebao (Acta Archaeological Sinica)
Chinese Archaeology (English version)
Kaoguxuejikan(Archaeology Periodicals)
Wenwu (Cultural Relics)
Huaxiakaogu (Cathaysian Archaeology)
Zhongyuanwenwu (Cultural Relics of Central Plains)
Beifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Nanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Dongnanwenhua (Culture of Southeast China)
Sichuanwenwu (Cultural Relic of Sichuan Province)
Xinjiangwenwu (Xinjiang Cultural Relics)
Kaoguyuwenwu (Archaeology and Cultural Relics)
Jianghan Archaeology
China Cultural Heritage
Wenwuchunqiu
Social Sciences in China

Introduction
Administration
Academic departments
Archaeologists
Graduate education
Research center of Ancient Civilization
Conservation and research center of cultural heritage
MORE
Resource & Links
Universities
Museums
Digital museums
Research institutes
Other resources
Archaeological web sites in the world
MORE
HomePublicationJournalsNanfangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Southern China)
Cultural Relics of Southern China2010-1
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2010-06-22
 
Main Contents
 
●The Forum of Relics & Museum Public Opinion
Shan Jixiang,
The Research of Interrelated Theory about the Heritage Protection of Cultural Landscape (Special Contribution)   (1)
 
Chen Chun,
The Empiricism and Rationalism of Archaeological Study (Special Contribution)   (13)
 
Peng Shifan,
Carrying Out the Thoughts of the Study to Ancient Bronzes in Southern China (Special Contribution)   (19)
 
●Reading the Classics Again
Zhu Naicheng,
A Direction Target of Archaeological Research in Chinese Neolithic Age: The Thoughts of Re – reading Xi’an Banpo (Special Contribution)   (27)
 
Cao Bingwu,
Condensing the Cultural Lens through Time and Space: Reading Levi – Strauss and Structural Anthropology from the Depressive Tropics (Special Contribution)   (31)
 
●Interview with Overseas Members
Emcee: Li Shuicheng
OferBar – Yosef, Wu Xiaohong,
An Interview with Professor OferBar – Yosef (Special Contribution)    (38)
 
E·H·черных, Zhang Liangren,
An Interview with Communication Academician E·H·черных (Special Contribution)    (45)
 
●Early Civilization
Emcee: Peng Shifan
He Linyi, Wang Wenjing,
Pu You Earth & Field test    (60)
 
Zhang Wenjie,
Discussion about the Origin of Wu Yu in the Shang Dynasty   (63)
 
Jiao Tianlong,
Discussion about the Orign of Maqiao Culture   (70)
 
Cao Jun,
Talking about the Reddish Brown Stamped Muddy Pottery of Maqiao Culture   (76)
 
●Salt Archaeology
Emcee: Li Shuicheng
Preservation of Cultural Relic Institute of Tibet Autonomous Region, Archaeological Research Institute of Shaanxi Province, Archaeological Research Institute of Sichuan Province,
The Investigatory Report of Salt Well and Salt Pan in Mang Kang County, Chang Du Territory, Tibet Autonomous Region   (84)
 
Zhou Guangming,
The Origin of Life – The Meaning Research of Herd of Deer Modeling Bronze in Xingan   (98)
 
●Art of Clay and Fire
Emcee: Wang Guangyao
Lu Minghua,
The Development of Porcelain and Ceramics in the Late Ming Dynasty in Fujian   (104)
 
Li Rongqing,
Xin’an Wreck and Fujian Ceramics   (110)
 
Author: Walter B·Danny (America); Translator: Zhao Lin; Proofreader: Chen Chun,
Islamic Blue and White Porcelain of Chinese Blue and White Theme   (118)
 
●Multiple View
Lu Wenju, Jin Pujun, She Lingzhu, Yao Zhengquan, Yuan Chuanxun, Xu Jing,
合肥出土东汉墓葬蜡质文物鉴定   (124)
【Abstract】According to the FTIR and XRD analytical methods that were used to study the ceraceous cultural relics excavated at Hefei area, it could draw an important conclusion that the relics is composed of beeswax. In view of the ancient documents on beeswax, we found out that the relics interrelated to the apiarian techniques arising in the Eastern Han Dynasty, and that the relics were best in quality.
【Key words】beeswax;   Eastern Han Dynasty;   Organic cultural relics;   ceraceous relics
 
Zhang Guowen, Hu Yaowu, Pei Deming, Song Guoding and Wang Changsui,
大同南郊北魏墓群人骨的稳定同位素分析    (127)
【Abstract】The Northern Wei cemetery which belongs to the nomadic Tuoba Xianbei ancestors is located in the southern suburbs of Datong City. It is very important to explore relationship between the farming culture and the nomadic culture, as well as the communications and amalgamation between nations. We used the means of carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes analysis to explore the palaeodiet and living style of the Tuoba Xianbei ancestors. Results of variance analysis show thatδ13C (P=0.96>0.01) and δ15N (P=0.57>0.01) values have no significant differences during 4 phases. The δ13C values (-9.12±0.85‰) of human collagen showed that, these ancestors mainly relied on C4 plants resources. Highδ15N values (9.56±0.76‰) suggested that Tuoba Xianbei were still a nomadic nation due to the consumption of a large amount of animal proteins sources. Meanwhile, stockbreeding was still the most important economic pattern in Tuoba Xianbei after the southwardly migrating to the Datong city, indicated that the farming economy of Han nation had a limited influence on Tuoba Xianbei. Sample DT – 6, DT – 7, DT – 19 and DT – 35 had a relative different values of δ13C and δ15N, indicated that they may be immigrants. Combined with the investigating of archaeological materials and literature information, we knew that the chinesizaiton road of Tuoba Xianbei was more difficulty than Murong Xianbei.
【Key words】Farming;   Stockbreeding;   Han nation;   Tuoba Xianbei;   Carbon and Nitrogen stable isotopic analysis;   Chinesization
 
●Rafting in Study
Tian Jianwen,
From Starting to Standing —— The Story of Love and Growth of Three Archaeological Generations   (132)
【Abstract】Zhang Zhongpei has finished his Yuanjunmiao: Archaeological Excavation at the Yellow River Reservoirs (Wenwu Publishing House 1983) supervised by Prof. Su Bingqi in 1964. Zhao Binfu has finished his Study on Archaeological Cultures of Xia Dynasty to Warring States in Northeastern China (since Press 2009) in 2005. This paper presented some stories about the three generations of archaeologists from Su Bingqi to Zhang Zhongpei and from Zhang Zhongpei to Zhao Binfu, which showed Chinese archaeologists’ affections and growing processions. These processions also reflected that academic traditions of Chinese Archaeology were inherited generation and became mature step by step. In 1964, Prof. Zhang Zhongpei got lots of supervision and thoughts from Prof. Su Bingqi when Prof. Zhang wrote his book. In 2009, Prof. Zhang Zhongpei has seen Prof. Su Bingqi’s academic image standing from Zhao Binfu’s book. From 1964 till 2009, 45 years has passed. During these 45 years, Chinese archaeologists have formed their own paradigm among world Archaeology.
【Key words】Chinese Archaeology;   Academic History;   Three Generations of Archaeologists;   Inheritance
 
Li Weiming,
Mr. Zhou Heng and Creating Course of Zheng Bo View   (135)
【Abstract】Zou Heng, the founder of Zheng Bo View, went through a period of archaeological basic research, and constantly improved the quality of research, corrected the previous understanding in the study, gradually formed and created the academic process of Zheng Bo View. Academic history showed that Zheng Bo View based on materials and materials as the argument, gained contention depending on materials, corrected the knowledge according to materials, normal demonstration, conformed to archaeological research program. So it has persuasive and academic vitality.
【Key words】Mausoleum;   Research;   Material
 
Liu Zheng,
Hamade Kosaku and Kyoto School of Japanese Archaeology   (141)
【Abstract】Hamada Kosaku was the founder of Kyoto school of Japanese archaeology, and also the founder of the Japanese archaeology. He came to Northeast China several times in his life, engaged in legitimate and illegal activities of archaeological excavations, he not only introduced western archaeological theory and research methods to Japan, but also made important contributions to establish and develop the modern archaeology, especially on the archaeological research of the Hongshan culture. However, we need to see that his behavior and theory of archaeological work closely provided the academic argument for the policy of the Japanese Government invasion to China.
【Key words】Hamada Kosaku;   Kyoto School;   Hongshan Culture
 
●Overseas View
Emcee: Chen Chun, Chen Xingcan
Author: Robin Torrence (America); Translator: Chen Hong, Pan Yan; Proofreader: Chen Chun,
Time Budget and Gathering Techniques of Hunting   (147)
 
Author: Catherine o White; Translator: Xia Huogen; Proofreader: Jin Guiyun,
The Appearance of Cooking Activities in the South – West Asia   (154)
 
 
 
Resource & Links | FAQ | About us | Contact us
Copyright 2007 The Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (IA CASS), P.R.China. All Rights Reserved
E-mail: archaeology@cass.org.cn
TEL:86-10-85115250 FAX: 86-10-65135532