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  Liaoning - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Liaoning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Liaoning is the leading province of China for heavy industry, especially coal and iron and steel, while other industries include nonferrous metals, machinery, and chemicals as well as lighter industries such as textiles, paper, and food processing.
Liaoning's modern development was linked with railway building, particularly with the construction of the line between Shenyang and Beijing, and a north–south line reaching the sea at Dalian, constructed originally by the Russians in the early years of the 20th century.
Nearly two-thirds of the Liaoning's annual precipitation falls in the summer; the average annual rainfall ranges from 1,200 mm/47 in on the Liaodong Peninsula to 400 mm/16 in in the west of the province.
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 Encyclopedia: Liaoning bronze dagger culture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Liaoning bronze dagger culture is an archeological complex of the late Bronze Age in Northeast Asia.
Artifacts from the culture are found primarily in the Liaoning area of Manchuria and in the Korean peninsula.
The bronze dagger culture of Liaoning province and the Korean peninsula.
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 Cultures and Ethnic Groups West of China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Soviet archaeologists have observed cultures of superlocal importance that are arranged in two zones north and south of the steppes belt, that is, in the forest zone and its marginal areas, as well as in the oasis regions of the south and southeast marginal of Middle Asia.
IN the northern zone, the progressive cultures with incipient metallurgy are Krotovo and Samus' (between the Rivers Ob and Irtys) as well as Okunev in the Minusinsk Basin, an island of steppe on the Upper Yenisei surrounded by forested mountains (Molodin 1977).
The daggers are of a form known from the Ordos region, and may have belonged to the guards accompanying the new rulers.
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Bronze throwing spear was influenced from the bronze throwing spear of China to have the short pole with straight blade with the length of 30cm or less.
The bronze tools are found in the housing sites and tombs, and the villages that are larger in size and greater in number than the Stone Age in many areas, and this is attributable to the development of many occupations that enabled them to live in a place not lived previously.
The identity of tomb owner discovered with bronze tools is deemed as the tribe chief or head of the group, and in the event of tombs buried with the bronze bell is interpreted as the head of the rituals as well. /eng/cyber/sunsa/age/sa_ch.html   (1630 words)

 KOREA AND THE KOREAN PEOPLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bronze spearheads have been reported from the latter part of the "slender bronze sword" period, although it is difficult to trace their origin.
Bronze dagger-axes consisting of a long wooden handle attached at right angles to a blade were important weapons during the Chinese Shang (ca.16th century B.C.-1027 B.C.) and Zhou (1027-221 B.C.) periods and seemed to have inspired Korean imitations at a later date.
Tin or bronze wire was used to depict the vines, and sometimes pieces of thinly sliced turtle shell, tinted yellow or red, were used for variety.
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 Historic China
Their contributions to the Bronze Age civilization of the Shang, which may be taken as unmistakably Chinese in both cultural as well as geographical terms, need to be assessed in each case.
Ta-wen-k'ou culture (mid-5th to at least mid-3rd millennium) is characterized by the emergence of wheel-made pots of various colours, some of them remarkably thin and delicate; vessels with ring feet and tall legs (such as tripods, serving stands, and goblets); carved, perforated, and polished tools; and ornaments in stone, jade, and bone.
The Ma-chia-pang culture in the T'ai Lake basin was succeeded during the 4th millennium by that of Sung-tse.
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 Jin (Korean history) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The last king of Gojoseon, King Jun, is reported to have fled to Jin after Wei Man seized his throne and established Wiman Joseon.
Archeologically, the Jin state is commonly identified with the Korean bronze dagger culture, which succeeded the Liaoning bronze dagger culture in the late first millennium BCE.
Artifacts of the culture are found throughout southern Korea and were also exported to the Yayoi people of Kyushu, Japan (Lee, 1996).
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 Comparing Asian Nationalities | Asian American Poll | GoldSea
The bronze daggers of Korean mandolin shape were excavated in Northeast China and Korea in Bronze Age (11th century B.C.-4th century B.C.), and so the latter believed to be related with the former.
And the bronze dagger of Korean mandolin shape represents the bronze culture in this region.
Liaoning bronze culture is divided into three parts of regions; Liaodong peninsula, Liaoshi region, and the north region of Jirin.
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 Korean National Heritage Online
The cultural department carries out data collection, arrangement and research while the management is responsible for the maintenance of buildings, facilities, the collection, exhibits, the security of the collection and exhibits, general affairs and accounts.
Thereby, 'the history and the cultural ruins of Chuncheon-gun', 'the history and the cultural ruins of Yeongwol-gun', and 'the history and the cultural ruins of Inje-gun', were published in 1994, 1995, and 1996, respectively.
This bronze dagger has relatively narrow width of the dagger body, and is also called 'the slender bronze dagger' (It is also called ' the Korean bronze dagger as it has been found a lot in Korea).
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 Ancient East Asia: Korean Journals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The ages of most pottery cultures with Songgung-ni pattern are estimated around the 10th century BC using radiocarbon dating, so this study focuses on the period from the 15th to the 10th centuries BC.
The bronze objects are usually placed in a depression, under a pile of cobbles, or in a narrow space between rocks.
The material culture from the Black Sea to Ordos was improperly called 'the Scythian Culture' until recently, because the proper sense of the word 'Scythian' originally implies those who left the material culture around the northern shore of the Black Sea.
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 Contents PDF File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The second type, the slim bronze dagger, considered a consecutive type of mandolin-shaped dagger, is usually seen in the Korean peninsula.
It is insufficient to use mandolin-shaped bronze dagger to demarcate the Yemaek or Ko Chosǒn cultural sphere, but it is undeniable that this type of mandolin-shaped bronze dagger was unique to and representative of northern China and the Korean peninsula.
The third type of bronze dagger, the Ordos type, is totally different from the main types that were found in northeast China and Korea.
history.korea.ac.kr /journal/vol2/text14.htm   (3056 words)

 Korean History:: A Bibliography :::::: [ARCHAEOLOGY]
Derevianko, E.I. "Cultural Ties in the Past and the Development of the Archaeological Cultures in the Far Eastern Area." Hanguk sanggosa hakpo 16 (1994:5): 127-140.
"Reconstruction of a Culture: Reflections on Archaeology." In Haesong Yi Son-gun paksa kohui kinyom nonmunjip kanhaeng wiwonhoe, ed.
"The Discovery of the Paleolithic in Korea (The Coulpo Culture)." Arctic Anthropology 6:1 (1969): 128-133.
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 In Koguryo Dynasty the State-formation history starts from B   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In addition, the undecorated pottery culture emerged in the central and southern sections of the Korean peninsula are believed to have had its origins in Songgukli (I on Map 1.) culture.
These Yemaek tribes, whose culture was influenced by the Mongol-Siberian nomadic cultures, created an initial or first period of Yemaek culture, which we can more commonly refer to as ‘Lute-shaped Bronze Dagger Culture.’ This means that the origins of the Yemaek, the forefathers of the Korean nation, were distinct from those of the Chinese.
The second period of Yemaek culture, or ‘Narrow Bronze Dagger Culture’, was one in which the Yemaek preserved their cultural identity despite the struggles which emerged with Chinese culture, which was then very potent in terms of its ability to penetrate and assimilate other cultures, during the transition from the Bronze to the Iron Age.
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 Marijuana.Com Marijuana Seeds & Drug Test Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
King Jun, is reported to have fled to Jin after Wei Man seized his throne and established Wiman Joseon.
Archeologically, the Jin state is commonly identified with the Korean bronze dagger culture, which succeeded the
Liaoning bronze dagger culture in the late first millennium BCE.
www.assault-weapons.com /wiki/Jin_%28Korean_history%29   (458 words)

 Korean History in a nutshell - China History Forum, online chinese history forum
The physical culture found in these relics is largely identical with that in finds in Manchuria and Mongolia.
The remaining material culture from the kingdom of Silla including unique gold metalwork shows influence from the northern nomadic steppes, differentiating it from the culture of Goguryeo and Baekje where Chinese influence was more pronounced.
The Sanguozhi also states the culture of Byeonhan was closer to that of Jinhan than of Mahan.
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 Silk Road: Routes that linked China & the West
urasia's history was influenced by the flow of people and cultural innovations from east to west and west to east.
The oldest pottery is found in Japan, southern China and the lower Amur River valley; pottery diffused west.
Bronze Mirrors were a popular export from China that helps mark the diffusion of Chinese cultural elements
www.workingdogweb.com /Silk-Road.htm   (1478 words)

 Archaeology in Europe: 01/01/2005 - 01/31/2005
The sixth-century bronze and ivory chariot, the pride of the museum's Etruscan collection, was originally sold to two Frenchmen by a farmer who dug it up in a field at Monteleone di Spoleto, near Perugia, in 1902.
The foot-long dagger was donated to the Totton and Eling Heritage Centre as their main exhibit when it opened in 1996.
Staff uncovered the dagger, which is one of their most major finds, when they were commissioned by Southern Water to excavate the area so that the reservoir there could be widened.
www.archaeology.eu.com /weblog/2005_01_01_archaeologyeu_archive.html   (11714 words)

 Chinese Art - Handicrafts: Jade objects (www.chinaknowledge.org)
This pieces are very flat (from 2 mm to 7 mm) and are decorated with the same patterns like the bronze vessels from this time.
The shape of a gu 觚, a bronze vessel type from the Shang and Zhou dynasties, served as model for this Qing dynasty vase, made of emerald green jade.
A brown jade seal of a Qing Dynasty emperor with the shape of a reclining lion.
www.chinaknowledge.de /Art/Jade/jade.html   (1575 words)

 Dagger tool small reviews, resources guides and help   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Liaoning bronze dagger culture first appeared in the Liaoning area of...
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The Dagger was basically a small knife much the same as it is today.
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As we shall see, in those paintings the representations of characters, plots, and settings are much more complicated, and the definitions of time and space become increasingly clearer and more specific than those found in the Han paintings.
After the Ch'in ruler had examined the head, which is seen in an open box on the ground to the right of the column, Ching E;'o began to unroll the map.
The tyrant thereupon leaped to his feet, fleeing so desperately that he left in Ching K'o's grasp part of a torn sleeve, which is represented floating in the space near the column.
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These works addressing Korean origins are not concerned simply, or sometimes even marginally, with archaeology, but also treat linguistic, cultural, and textual evidence.
"Neolithic Cultures of the Sungari Valley, Manchuria." Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 17 (1) (1961):56-74.
Townsend, A.H. "Cultural Evolution During the Neolithic Period in West Central Korea".
www2.hawaii.edu /~dkane/Archaeology.htm   (4162 words)

 Detail Information
Bronze culture of Korea analyzed through the Bronze culture in North-East Asia.
The chronology of bronze weapons and regional particularity in Jilin province of China.
The Chronology and the Particularity of Bronze Culture in the Longshan District (Eastern Gansu Province, China)
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 Korean National Heritage Online
In 1996, KUM and the Institute of Korean Culture opened a traveling exhibition in six American universities: Columbia University, University of Chicago, University of Oregon, University of California in LA, University of California in Berkeley, and University of Pennsylvania.
In 2000, by the remodeling of the 3rd floor of the museum into Modern Arts Hall, KUM and the establishment of the audiovisual education center (3rd floor), KUM were able to obtain necessary space for social education.
Considering the characteristics and its distribution, it seems to be closely related to the Korean-mandolin-shaped bronze dagger and the northeastern Bronze Age culture of China, having handed down a dagger made of bronze.
www.heritage.go.kr /eng/mus/unv_04.jsp   (1327 words)

 EAANnouncements Number 12, Winter 1994   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Terms like civilization or culture show a variety of meanings not all of which are suited to the problem of this culture.
A narrow bronze sword kept in the collections of the Rosaida Hachimangu in Kochi Prefecture has been revealed to bear raised-line cast motifs of egrets and deer of the same style as on bronze bells.
A cultural mission from Japan loaned the Taejon Expo ancestral tablets and 17 cultural relics of a Paekche royal family who immigrated to Miyazaki Prefecture after the fall of the Paekche kingdom to Shilla in 660 AD.
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 China & Its Influence on the Cultures of Northeast Siberia
China and Its Influence on the Cultures of Northeast Siberia
Pottery, bronze, iron, and other art and artifacts, as well as religious ideas including shamanism and related symbols were carried into northeast Siberia.
resources focusing on Shang and Chou Dynasty cultures, their influence on the cultures of Siberia, and on the dogs of East Asia.
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 Development of Japanese ancient culture and East Asia
beads, sankakuen-shinjukyo (bronze mirror) cylindrical bronze implements, bronze arrowhead, iron arrowhead
painted pottery, coarse ceramic, stone implements (micro blade, axe, sickle, polishing stone, arrowhead, grinding stone), bronze dagger, mould, tuyere of bellows
jade objects, bronze implements (basin-shaped bell, bell, helmet and Chinese halbard, socketed pike, arrowhead), bone arrowhead, marble table, oracle bones
www.museum.kyoto-u.ac.jp /museumF/jpnculeng.html   (292 words)

 Encyclopedia: List of Korea-related topics (L-Z)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Later Baekje - Later Goguryeo - Later Three Kingdoms of Korea - Lelang Commandery - LG (Korea) - Liancourt Rocks - Liaoning bronze dagger culture
For Korean words starting with 으, see also under E
Wando County - Wang (family name) - Wang Go - Wang Toghtua Bukha - Wanju County - Web culture - Wiman - Wiman Joseon - Wiryeseong - Won - Wonchuk - Wonhyo - Wonju - Wŏnsan - Wonsu - Worak Mountain - World Cup (2002)
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