Photo source: The "Archaeological Process" of the State Cultural Relics Bureau mainly shows the birth, development and maturity of Shaanxi archeology. It is divided into three units: Talk about the accumulation of Chinese archeology in the stage of Jinshi, showing the beginning of Shaanxi archeology -Douji Archaeological and Gradually established Chinese archeological types and stratigraphy, and relying on archeological projects, systematically sorting out the People’s Republic of China since the establishment of Shaanxi, Shaanxi The development of the archeological development covers the introduction of important sites such as Banpo Site, Zhouyuan Site, Qinling Terracotta Warriors, Famen Temple, and Yaozhou Kiln, as well as the introduction of new ideas and methods of "big sites" such as the "big sites" of Han and Tang dynasties.
The "Cultural Spectrum" chapter shows the archeological cultural spectrum in Shaanxi. Among the five units of the five units of the "Paleolithic Age", "Neolithic Age", "Summer and Business Period", "First Zhou Culture", and "Zhouyuan Site", they focused on the origin of modern people and the exchanges and migration of ancient human beings. During this period, various types of cultural types, including distribution scope, cultural characteristics and representative sites, while interspersed the introduction of animal archeology, plant archeology, physical anthropology, etc., comprehensively summarized the archeological gains of the Zhouyuan site for more than 60 years, and relocated the overall relocation as a whole Hejia Che Ma Keng moved into the exhibition hall.
The "Archaeological Discovery" chapter is divided into three units, which mainly introduces key archeological projects in various periods in Shaanxi.
In the "Establishing History of the Establishment of the Source Civilization" unit, focusing on displaying the three capitals of Yang Guanzhai, Lushan, and Shi Ji; ; "Chasing the ancient capital to cultivate the wind and elegant" section, it mainly shows the archeological discovery of Shaanxi after the Song Dynasty, represented by the Yaozhou kiln site and the Lv family tombs. The "Cultural Relics Protection" part of the different category shows the repair, protection and research of ceramics, bronze, complex relics, murals, textiles and lacquerware, etc., focusing on the use of new technologies, new methods, new materials in the protection of different texture relics, and to the public to the public Display the responsibility and responsibility of the "clever doctor" of the cultural relic repair workers.
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