"Xuanquan Han Dynasty Bamboo Slips" and "Yumen Guan Han Dynasty Bamboo Slips" Provide New Materials for the Study of the Silk Road

2020-3-13 11:09| 发布者: 武子| 查看: 193| 评论: 0|来自: IICC Newsletter

摘要: On D ecember 18, the press conference on the achievements of"Xuanquan Han Dynasty Bamboo Slips" and "Yumen Guan Han DynastyBamboo Slips" was held in Lanzhou, Gansu province. The two books arethe latest major achievements of the G ansu

On D ecember 18, the press conference on the achievements of
"Xuanquan Han Dynasty Bamboo Slips" and "Yumen Guan Han Dynasty
Bamboo Slips" was held in Lanzhou, Gansu province. The two books are
the latest major achievements of the G ansu Jiandu (Bamboo Slips)
Museum, which will bring new academic growth to the historical research
of the "Belt and Road", and provide first-hand information for the Silk
Road research .
Both of the two works are published Zhong Xi Publishing House, the
"Xuanquan Han Dynasty Bamboo Slips" were completed by the Gansu
Jiandu Museum, the Gansu Provincial Institute of Cultural Heritage and
Archaeology, the Advanced Research Institute of Humanities and Social
Sciences of Shaanxi Normal University, and the Unearthed Document
Research and Conservation Center of Tsinghua University. The "Yumen
Guan Han Dynasty Bamboo Slips" were completed Gansu Jiandu
Museum and other collaborating institutions.
In the "Xuanquan Han Dy nasty Bamboo Slips (Volume I)", the preface
recorded the entire process of discovery, excavation, and research of the
Xuanquan post house site and the Xuanquan Han Dynasty bamboo slips,
the appendix included a list of discoveries including their siz e, material
and written date. These are all high-quality original materials for the
academic research of the topics suc h as the Han Dy nasty, Northwest
China, and the Silk Road. The "Yumen Guan Han Dynasty Bamboo Slips"
includes all 729 pieces of the Han-Jin Dynasties bamboo slips unearthed
from various fortification and outpost sites in Dunhuang, which are
archived in the D unhuang City Museum over the past year s, it has a
significant influence on the study of Dunhuang area and the Yumen
Pass’s functions and roles on the Silk Road.

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