NING'AN HONGZUN YUCHANG: 1992-1995 NIANDU BOHAI MUDI KAOGU FAJUE BAOGAO. (Report on the 1992-1995 Archaeological Excavations of the Bohai Kingdom Graveyard at the Hongzun Fishery near Ning'an). Beijing, 2009. 29, 621 pp. text plus 212 pp. colour plates. Numerous b/w text drawings including a number of foldouts. 2 vols. 29x22 cm. Boards.
GBP 130.00
Ning'an is located in China's Heilongjiang province with this large graveyard site positioned by the banks of a river on its outskirts. The site has yielded the most complex tomb structures and the largest number of artefacts from any Bohai kingdom grave complex. The Bohai kingdom was a Korean kingdom that flourished at the time of the Tang dynasty. Of most note amongst the excavated artefacts were large numbers of small metal objects, small examples of jewellery and beads and extensive amounts of everyday objects. A large and very detailed report. Two page English summary. Main text in Chinese.
Subjects: Archaeology
Available, as of: 20/09/2021
Was item 535 in printed List 201.
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