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Our province Yongchun bitter pit village original celadon kiln received the highest award of National Archaeology -- "2016 annual Top Ten archaeological discoveries"

2017-05-04

On the afternoon of April 12th, under the leadership of the State Bureau of cultural relics, China's cultural relics newspaper and the China archaeological society, the 2016 National Archaeological Discoveries of the year ten were announced in Beijing. Presided by Fujian museum to explore "Yongchun bitter pit village original celadon kiln" from 25 archaeological from 20 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the central government that the final list of finalists awarded the national archaeological community talent shows itself, the highest award - "2016 annual Top Ten archaeological discoveries, this is my only selected participating in the project. The selection began in 1990 and has been awarded 27 times so far. This is the fifth time in our province to receive this award.

Fujian Yongchun bitter pit village original celadon kiln is located in Yongchun County, Quanzhou city group Jie Fu Xiang Zi Mei Cun southwest. By the end of 2015, the 9 original celadon dragon kiln ruins found in Yongchun County, Jie Fu Xiang Ku Zhai Keng, unearthed a large number of original porcelain specimens. In November 2016, archaeologists in Quanzhou were surveyed in Jianshan and Tian Liao Zhai bitter pit around the ancient sites, newly discovered 13 kilns, and from multiple furnace fire chamber at the bottom of collecting carbon particle samples sent to Peking University analysis of carbon fourteen dating test center, showed in B.C. 1400 years BC to 1700 years. That is about 3400-3700 years of Xia Zhaozhong the late Shang Dynasty, this is by far the country found the earliest primitive celadon ruins, the original porcelain firing Chinese history goes forward 200 years.