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Wenwu 2012-12
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2013-03-27

The Western Jin Tombs at Zhucang Site in Pingle Town, Mengjin County,Luoyang
Luoyang Municipal Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology
Abstract:In April 2009 through April 2010,Second Luoyang Municipal Archaeological Team excavated 14 tombs of the Western Jin Dynasty within the Zhucang Site(Excavation Zones IV and V)in Pingle Town,Mengjin County.These tombs were distributed in two Eastern Han graveyards(M708 and M709)and all of them were small-sized tombs;however,their types were special and yielded a set of inscribed bricks bearing important information about the statuses and ranks of the occupants of these tombs.Three of the inscribed bricks had exact dates,which provided reliable evidence for judging the dates of these tombs.

The Northern Wei Tombs at Zhucang Site in Mengjin County,Luoyang
Luoyang Municipal Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology
Abstract:In March through August 2009,Second Luoyang Municipal Archaeological Team excavated some tombs of the Northern Wei Dynasty at the Zhucang Site in Pingle Town,Mengjin County.15 of these tombs were located in Zhucang Site and eight of them were in the eastern part of Zhucang Village.The 23 tombs were all medium—or small—sized tombs and could be classified by type into square single-chamber tombs with vaulted ceiling,spade-shaped or square single-chamber earthen cave tombs and knife-shaped single-chamber earthen cave tombs.The grave goods unearthed from these tombs were mainly potteries,including human and animal figurines,models of daily utensils,stoves,wells,mill鄄 stones,etc.;in addition,porcelain wares,silver wares,and bronze and iron implements were also found from these tombs.The excavators estimated that the date of these tombs would be the late North鄄 ern Wei Dynasty.

The New Opinions on the Researches on the Tumuli of the Imperial Mausoleums of the Qin and Han Dynasties
Jiao Nanfeng
Abstract:In the past long time,the scholars have made multiaspect studies on the tumuli of the imperial mausoleums located in the middle of the Guanzhong Plain.Referring to the historic literature and new archaeological data,this paper points out that in the history,the imperial mausoleums of the Qin and Western Han Dynasties have been robbed and restored and amended for many times;plus the produc鄄 tive activities and natural erosion,the shapes of these tumuli seen at present are different from their original forms.The tumuli built over the graves of the emperors of the Qin and Western Han Dynasties would have been square frustum in shape.

 
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