Discussion on the production process of glass

- Sep 04, 2019-

The ancient Chinese jade culture began to be incubated in northeast China from the middle neolithic age 8,000 years ago, and then spread to all over east Asia, forming the unique jade culture centered on China in ancient east Asia and having a profound influence.As one of the earliest jade ornaments, jue ornaments have special significance.In the past, the research of jue ornaments by Chinese archaeologists mainly focused on the classification and comparison of the classification of the patterns of the notches, or the analysis of the single production process, but there was a lack of in-depth discussion on the overall research of jue ornaments.Until 1992, the discovery of the workshop of the white lady jue in Hong Kong began to uncover the prelude of the research on the production technology of the Chinese jue.Ring pearl river estuary since 4000 years ago began to appear jue, and divided into three stages.The first stage is 4,500 to 4,000 years ago. In-depth research has been done with the heisha workshop site in Macao and the baojing bay site in zhuhai as the representatives of the decorative techniques.The second stage is 3500 to 3000 years ago, still haven't found the jue decoration workshop.This paper takes the unearthed artifacts from the white-awn workshop site in lantau, Hong Kong, which the author participated in the excavation, as the research center to analyze the third stage around the pearl river estuary, namely, the production process of jue ornaments dating back to 3,000-2,500 years.The author has grasped the first-hand information of the baimang ruins, and based on the unearthed artifacts as the main research basis, through the characteristics of jue ornaments produced by various stages, the author tries to restore the jue ornaments' production process.This paper, based on the analysis of the baimang ruins, examines the evolution of the process of jue ornaments around the pearl river estuary, and fills the gap in the history of the process of jue ornaments in east Asia。

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