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Wenwu 2013-3
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2013-05-29

Xinjiang Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology The Excavation of the East Taldi Cemetery in Habahe County, Xinjiang ..........................................................................................4
Xinjiang Kucha Academy
Center for Research on Ancient Chinese History,
Peking University Institute for Historical and Philological Studies of China's Western Regions, School of Chinese Classics, Renmin University of China Report of the Investigation and Study on the Wooden Tablets Collected in the Xinjiang Kucha Academy .........................................................................................25
Yu Jianjun and Ma Jian A Preliminary Study on the East Taldi Cemetery in Habahe County, Xinjiang .........................................................................................53
Ching Chao-jung
The Animal Husbandry in Ancient Kucha as Reflected by the Terminology in Tocharian  .........................................................................................58

 

The Excavation of the East Taldi Cemetery in Habahe County,Xinjiang
Xinjiang Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology
    In June through August 2011, Xinjiang Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology and Bureau of Cultural Relics , Habahe County conducted rescue excavation to the East Taldi Cemetery to be submerged by the East Taldi Reservoir in Habahe (Kaba) County,Xinjiang.The excavation recovered 61 tombs,47 of which were in Zone I and 14 in Zone II,and unearthed over 800 artifacts including potteries, stone implements, bronzes, iron objects and gold objects. Referring to archaeological work in Altay and nearby regions,the excavators estimated that the date of the East Taldi Cemetery was between the late Spring-and-Autumn Period to the Western Han Dynasty.


Report of the Investigation and Study on the Wooden Tablets Collected in theXinjiang Kucha Academy
Xinjiang Kucha Academy
Center for Research on Ancient Chinese Histoiy, Peking University
Institute for Historical and Philological Studies of China' s Western Regions,
School of Chinese Classics, Renmin University of China
    In 2011 through 2012,Xinjiang Kucha Academy,Center for Research on Ancient Chinese History, Peking University and Institute for Historical and Philological Studies of China's Western Regions, School of Chinese Classics, Renmin University of China examined and studied the tablets collected in Kucha Academy. By text content and shape,these tablets are classified into five types, the scripts of which are all transliterated,transcribed,glossed and translated into Chinese,as well as analyzed and studied by their subjects. The contents of these tablets not only reflected the monastic life of the Kizil Grottoes in the ancient times but also the importance of Kizil Grottoes in the communication perspective and Buddhist economy, showing their great academic values.


A Preliminary Study on the East Taldi Cemetery in Habahe County, Xinjiang
Yu Jianjun and Ma Jian
    Among the over 800 artifacts obtained from the excavation to the 61 tombs of East Taldi Cemetery in Habahe (Kaba) County, gold objects took large proportion.Through the trimming of these artifacts and comparing them with the artifacts of other archaeological cultures distributed in nearby areas, this paper revealed that on the aspects of grave structure,burial custom, types of grave goods and typological features, East Taldi Cemetery has many similarities with Kermuchi Culture in Altay Region, Uyuk Culture in the Sayan Mountains and Pazyryk Culture on the north side of Altay Mountains, as well as its own unique characteristics.

 

 
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