Grant-in-Aid for Overseas Scientific Survey.
|Research Institution||OTEMAE COLLEGE|
AKIYAMA Shingo Professor, Faculty of Letters OTEMAE COLLEGE, 文学部, 教授 (00126484)
許 明鋼 旅順博物館, 調査研究員
孫 守道 遼寧省文物考古研究所, 研究員名誉所長
蘇 小幸 旅順博物館, 副館長
郭 大順 遼寧省文化庁, 副庁長
広川 守 財団法人泉屋博古館, 学芸員
西村 康 奈良国立埋蔵文化財研究所, 埋蔵文化財センター, 発掘技術研究室長 (80000488)
伊東 太作 奈良国立文化財研究所, 埋蔵文化財センター, 情報資料室長 (20000482)
澄田 正一 愛知学院大学, 文学部, 客員教授
谷 豊信 東京国立博物館, 学芸部・東洋課, 文部技官 (70171824)
大貫 静夫 東京大学, 文学部, 助手 (70169184)
宇野 隆夫 富山大学, 人文学部, 助教授 (70115799)
宮本 一夫 愛媛大学, 法文学部, 助教授 (60174207)
岡村 秀典 九州大学, 文学部, 助教授 (20183246)
辛 占山 遼寧省文物考古研究所, 副研究員名誉所長
廣川 守 (財)泉屋博古館, 学芸員
SHUN Guo Da Deputy Director of the Culture Department of Liaoning Province
HIROKAWA Mamoru Member, SENNOKU HAKKOKAN MUSEUM
NISIMURA Yasusi Member, NARA NATIONAL CULTURAL PROPERTIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE
ITOU Taisaku Member, NARA NATIONAL CULTURAL PROPERTIES RESEARCH INSTITUTE
SUMITA Syouichi Professor, Faculty of Letters AICHI GAKUIN UNIVERSITY
TANI Toyonobu Reader, TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM
XING Su Xiao Deputy Director of LUSHUN MUSEUM
UNO Takao Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities TOYAMA UNIVERSITY
SHAN Xin Zhan Director of Liaoning Provincial Cultural Relics and Archaeology Research Institu
OUNUKI Sizuo Reader, Faculty of Letters TOKYO UNIVERSITY
OKAMURA Hidenori Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters KYUUSYUU UNIVERSITY
MIYAMOTO Kazuo Associate professor, Faculty of Law and Letters EHIME UNI.
DAO Sun Shou Honorable Director of Liaoning Provincial Cultural Relics and Archaeology Resear
|Project Fiscal Year
1990 – 1992
Completed(Fiscal Year 1992)
|Budget Amount *help
¥25,000,000 (Direct Cost : ¥25,000,000)
Fiscal Year 1992 : ¥8,000,000 (Direct Cost : ¥8,000,000)
Fiscal Year 1991 : ¥9,000,000 (Direct Cost : ¥9,000,000)
Fiscal Year 1990 : ¥8,000,000 (Direct Cost : ¥8,000,000)
|Keywords||North-East Asia / Ancient civilization / Archaeological researches / Honshan-culture / Xiajiadian Lower Layer-culture / Yellow River-civilization / Neolithic age / Bronze age / 東北アジア / 古代文明 / 孝古学的研究 / 紅山文化 / 夏家店下層文化 / 黄河文明 / 新石器時代 / 青銅器時代 / 考古学的研究|
1. Achievements of archaeological surveys in Liaoning Province
(1) In 1990 we surveyed a site of a stone-walled city belonging to the Xiajiadian Lower Culture at Mt. Chengzi in Lingyuan Prefecture.
(2) In 1991 we surveyed another site of a stone-walled city belonging to the Xiajiadian Lower Culture at Nanliang, Fuxin Prefecture, and that of a stone-layered mound at Wanshantou, Jinzhou District, Dalian City.
(3) In 1992 we surveyed a group of rock-lided tombs at Dongshan, Fengcheng Prefecture. The above activities are the first collaborative achievements between China and Japan in the field of archaeology. We also conducted actual measurements of artifacts at these sites.
2. Archaeological studies in Liaoning Province
(1) We made studies of the early Bronze Culture of eastern Liaoning Province at the site of Wanliu Town, Faku Prefecture, as well as at the museums of Shenyang, Liaoyang, Fushun and Benxi, and attempted a systematic understanding of the aspects of the early Bronze Culture of th
is area. We were also able to survey the remains of the most ancient capital of Koguryo, Huanren, the first Japanese archaeological team to do so in nearly fifty years since Tuguo Mikami visited this area for research in 1944.
(2) Studies in the stone-layered mounds of the Liaodong Peninsula : we conducted surveys of Wanshantou and also made studies of the stone-layered mounds at Miaoshan.
(3) In western Liaoning Province : studies were made for the first time by a Japanese archaeological team of the recently-discovered pre-Hongshan culture remains at Chahai, Fuxin Prefecture ; of the burial ground at Hutougou and remains at Niuhelian both belonging to the Hongshan culture, as well as the Jiangnu Stone and the Qin an Han Palace sites in Suizhong Prefecture. We also conducted measurements of Yin-Chou bronze implements at the museums of Chaoyang and Jinzhou Cities.
3. Studies in Shandong Province and Hebei Province We attempted to throw light on the characteristics of north-east Asian culture through studies of archaeological remains in Shandong Province and Hebei Province, both of which have close connections to the cultures of Liaoning Province.
4. We are the first foreign group to collaborate on archaeological research with China, and although we conducted surveys rather than excavations, our efforts will surely provide an example to others in this field. Less