Article ID: CBB574569722

Archaeologist-Led Studies on Bronze Casting in Ancient China: 1928–2000 (2017)

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Chinese bronzes are both valuable archaeological remains and significant objects of study in the history of art and technology due to their unique style, complex functions, and technological sophistication. In 1928, the archaeological excavation in Anyang was regarded as the symbol of the establishment of the field of Chinese archaeology. By 2000, tens of thousands of bronzes, and some bronze foundries had been excavated and studied. In archaeologist-led studies, the issues involved are generic, and their scope is restricted, while in multi-disciplinary studies involving both archaeologists and historians of technology, the research is more specific, indicating that research effectiveness and scientific collaboration are closely correlated.

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Authors & Contributors
Hua, Jueming
Derui Tan
Jiang, Xiaoyuan
Liu, En-yuan
Zhu, Yanping
Liu, Yanxiang
Journals
Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu (Studies in the History of Natural Sciences)
Nei Menggu Shifan Daxue Xuebao (Ziran Kexue Ban)
Zhongguo Keji Shiliao (China Historical Materials of Science and Technology)
Guangxi Minzu Xueyuan Xuebao
Indian Journal of History of Science
Historia Scientiarum: International Journal of the History of Science Society of Japan
Publishers
Springer
Pentagon Press
Concepts
Technology
Bronze
Metal casting
East Asia, civilization and culture
Metallurgy
Excavations (archaeology)
People
Andersson, Johan Gunnar
Time Periods
Ancient
20th century, early
Han dynasty (China, 202 B.C.-220 A.D.)
20th century
Qing dynasty (China, 1644-1912)
Early modern
Places
China
Liaoxi region (China)
Siberia (Russia)
Korea
Japan
Sweden
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