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HomePublicationJournalsBeifangwenwu (Cultural Relics of Northern China)
Northern Cultural Relics 2012-1
From:Chinese Archaeology  Writer:  Date:2012-12-18

Research on those Stones of the Hunjiang River found in 2007
Chen Quanjia Zhao Hailong Wang Huan
Abstract:The toudaonantaizi site and gushan site are all in the Northwest of Jian.47 stones include stone core flake hammer axe and scrape were unearthed from the Toudaonantaizi site.And29 stones include stone core,axe,knife,hammer,scraper and the pointed in gushansite.Most of them were made of tuff and some were made of breccia quartz sandstone or slate.All these stones were collected on the ground since the environment the stones existed were destroyed. The stones were originated from the tradition of Jian  and had some vew cultural elements. The eime of the sites should be dated from the late stage of Paleo-lithic to Neolithic age according to the features of those stones found here.The Shanzhuizi tombs of Bohai Stage in Hailin Heilongjiang.

Research on Soil Excavated from Pit No.2 of First Emperor
Qin shihuang Shrinkage Characteristic Curves
Abstract:This paper studies the soil in pit No 2 Qin Terracotta,comparison with the data collected,we got the soil shrinkage characteristic curves.The results show the soil drying process in pit No.2 quicken its step clearly,at the beginning of the soil shrinkage process.There were not too much affection to the under- ground the polychrome pottery.Up to now,water content of soil in pit No.2 Only 2 - 8% ,it threaten greatly the polychrome relics of underground.And in the end,how to slow down the pace are discusse.

The Shanzuizi Tombs of Bohai Stage in Hailin,Heilongjiang
Heilongjiang Provincial Institute of Archaeology
Abstract:The Shanzuizi,situated in Xinan,Hailin,Heilongjiang,is one important tombs of Bohai Kingdom in Tang dynasty.Works were done in 1966 and 1967,and 29 tombs wereexcavated,among them,7 are stone coffins,the others are stone chambers.The remains were buried in one time or two times,or the two burials appeared in one tomb.Most ofthem were preserved well,parts of the human remains were in good condition.4 potteries,many earthenware pieces,66 bronzes and 27 irons were found here.All these pro- vides important materials for studying the Bohai history of Tang dynasty.

Marks on the Fenglin Culture view on the Northeast Asia Field
Zhang Shaoshan
Abstract:The Fenglin Ancient city should be a kingdom city according to its shape and structure.The kingdom city should be in the original developing stage,for it was consisted of thoseregular or irregular shaped cit- ies.The Fenglin culture should be of the Yi lou Nation.Though there are many differences between archae- ological materials and historical records.The ancient nations in Northeast Asia including Korea and Japan,were entered into state stage in the Han and Wei Periods.The Fenglin Culture being of the Yilou Nation of the Sushen System dated to the middle of the 3th century to the middle of the 4th century.This indicates that the Fenglin culture is one important source of culture in Northeast Asia,and it is the culture that fills the gaps in this history period.

 

 

 
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